Meghan Markle dress: The hidden message in Meghan’s latest outfit | Royal | News (Reports)


Meghan Markle has made a number of appearances recently in a virtual capacity from her Montecito home in Santa Barbara, which she shares with husband Harry and their son, Archie Harrison. The Duchess of Sussex made another significant virtual appearance on October 13 as she joined the Fortune Most Powerful Women Next Gen summit.

Meghan looked effortlessly chic and classy as usual in her stylish choice of dress.

The Duchess’s dress featured blue and white swirly detailing, while her statement jacket earrings from New York jewellery brand Cuyana stood out of the outfit choice.

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Meghan’s hair was fashioned in a low pony tail to perfectly show off her stylish clothes.

And a clever Meghan managed to conceal a hidden message in her latest outfit choice – her support for independent brands.

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She added: “I had a personal account years ago which I closed down and then we had one through the institution in our office that was in the UK.

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“But that wasn’t managed by us, that was a whole team. And so I think that comes with the territory for the job that you have.

“I have made a personal choice to not have any [social media] account.”

Meghan also opened up on the damaging use of social media in another appearance, a sit-down interview tie Fortune editor Ellen McGirt for a Most Powerful Women summit.

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The Duchess of Sussex said she and Prince Harry are focusing on tackling hate speech and toxic behaviour that takes place online.

Meghan said allowing misinformation and bullying on social platforms is “not sustainable” and a problem which must be addressed.

The couple have called on advertisers to boycott big names in the industry, including social media giant Facebook.

She added: “If she changes that are being made are in fact made, it’s for the good of everyone, Facebook included.”


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