Prince Harry bans Meghan Markle from wearing a tuxedo during Australia royal tour
Meghan Markle has reportedly been banned from wearing a particular fashion item during her and Prince Harrys upcoming tour Down Under.
Clearly, being a Prince and her husband means Harry gets a say when it comes to fashion rules Meg has to follow.
So what has Meghan been told not to wear?
To many, a tuxedo on a female may be an unconventional outfit choice anyway, but given Meghans love of suits and the fact shes sported a tux before, they clearly felt it necessary to highlight their preferences to Meg.
And as Harry is reportedly not a big fan of suits on women, its claimed hes told her not to pack her tux as its not traditional enough.
According to the Daily Mail, a source from a fashion meeting at Kensington Palace said: Meghan is being told she needs to stop dressing like a Hollywood star and start dressing like a Royal. Meghan wanted to wear a tuxedo-style suit but Harry said it wasnt traditional enough.
Back in February this year, Meghan ffamously wore a black and white tux – which featured a loose white bow tie – for the Endeavour Fund Awards at Goldsmiths Hall in London.
The £1,245 Alexander McQueen feminine tuxedo was teamed with a £285 white shirt by Tuxe that featured the large bow detail around the neckline.
And during the Sussexes recent trip to Ireland, she was seen wearing a smart Givenchy suit.
Diana was also a fan of a feminine tux, having worn one to Wembley Stadium in 1988, which featured a bright green waistcoat and XX bow tie.
She also wore a white tux with a classic black bow tie when she visited Florence duirng a British royal tour of Italy in 1985.
Meghan and Harrys Australia tour will kick off in October.
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