Here come the bride and groom! Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are going full steam ahead with their plans to marry, and they’ve already released their official engagement photos. Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to find out why the future princess has already created a scandal with her fashion choice.
Markle, 36, and 35-year-old Prince Harry delighted fans when the released the photos in advance of their royal wedding.
Harry looked handsome in a blue suit, while Markle chose a stunning handmade gown by British design label Ralph & Russo. They posed together at the royal residence Frogmore House, which is located on Windsor Castle’s sprawling estate.
Unfortunately for Markle, some are already sniping that her fashion choice, from the autumn/winter ’16 collection and estimated to cost almost $75,000, was inappropriate because of its sheer bodice. “The Prince and the showgirl,” wrote one person on social media. “Lol what is she wearing???”
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“Is Meghan Markle wearing a sheer dress with no underwear on the official engagement photo? #wtf,” blasted another despite the fact the bottom of the dress was opaque and fell to her feet.
Despite the clothing controversy, Kensington Palace released a statement from the couple, downplaying any problems: “Thank you so much for all of the wonderful comments following the release of Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle's engagement photographs.”
“The couple are so grateful for the warm and generous messages they have received during such a happy time in their lives,” read the official statement.
The two announced their engagement on Nov. 27 and appeared in public together just days later in Nottingham, England.
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