To make a statement about anything political is against royal protocol, so the Duchess may have broken the rules by sharing her thoughts on the subject.
But fear not: The duchess brought hairstylist George Northwood along for the trip; trust that she packed plenty of designer dresses too. Many royal fans were disappointed with the Duchess' choice in the dress. Markle wore the ensemble with nude heels and a matching black fascinator for programming to honor the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force.
"I think that even before Meghan has learned how to spell Leicester and Torquay she'll be starting a family", royal expert and author Andrew Morton said following the royal wedding.
But the real English Breakfast tea here is, that Martin didn't create this look for her. This is shown in the fluidity of her signature and quick speed of writing, Charal notes. The frock featured ruffle detail and a boatneck neckline, which has become Markle's signature royal style.
Meghan immediately turned to Walter and smiled at him as she held his little hand. Get HELLO! Canada, PEOPLE, Vanity Fair and over 100 more of the world's best magazines for one low monthly price at Texture by Next Issue.
However, back in November, Meghan said: 'I don't see it as giving anything up. "If you adopt the stroke, in a sense you would be "taking on Meghan Markle's cloak".