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Emmett Rice
July 5, 2018

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, famously wore a gown by the brand for her official engagement portraits with Prince Harry, and it was rumoured they were a strong contender to design her wedding dress.

The new bride had her public coming out with Prince Harry at the same event past year at the Coworth Park polo club in Berkshire.

The parade Trooping of the Colour (the Ceremony of trooping the colour) the Duchess of Sussex appeared in a pink dress with a cut-boat brand Carolina Herrera.

With the temperature at Cowarth Park Polo Club in Berkshire nearing 30C, Meghan wore an appropriately cool summer dress. The two friends were able to chat while prince Harry rode horseback to the needs of the polo match.

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Meghan Markle is taking a break from her royal duties. In a relaxed setting. In fact, many trends are created as a result of what a royal is wearing.

Although there is no recorded rule that the married couple can't hold hands or touch in public, body language guru Robin Kermode said Meghan's move went against Royal orthodoxy.

According to the royal family website, "there are no obligatory codes of behaviour when meeting The Queen or a member of the Royal Family" however, "many people wish to observe the traditional forms". "With Ralph & Russo being a British couture house, it was befitting that she chose to wear one of our creations to Buckingham Palace". This also led to many royal watchers commenting that they thought Meghan Markle was making a feminist statement by donning such an outfit.

Kate often only gives a hug if a child dives for it, while the Queen keeps things formal with some of her trademark waving and the occasional handshake. It is known as the "Duchess slant".

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