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It’s been four months since Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan‘s South Pacific tour but we get if you replay it in your minds. It was a fantastic royal visit as the couple did the duties asked of them, interacted with fans, and wore fun clothes to each of their appearances. But for one of those events, Meghan was struggling on whether or not she should bust out a tiara. And, turns out, it was her father-in-law, Prince Charles, who helped her make that fashion decision.

Meghan had planned to borrow a lavish tiara from the Royal Collection for her first overseas state dinner in Fiji but Charles advised her that it would be too much.

“Meghan did not understand all of this because she was new to the role and so Prince Charles told her that it would not be appropriate,” a source told the Daily Mail. “It was very kindly done.”

And Charles definitely had a point. If Meghan had worn a tiara, she would’ve looked over-the-top, especially since the president of Fiji had on shorts and sandals. The Mail did point out that Meghan wore stunning diamond earrings that night, which may have been borrowed from the Royal Collection. But, really. With that Safiyaa dress in that gorgeous colour, Meg didn’t need anything else. In fact, she looked absolutely perfect.

We tend to only pay attention to what the royal women are wearing, most likely because Harry and William typically have on the same boring suits with the same blue shirts underneath (though, admittedly, Harry has upped his fashion game since getting together with Meghan). Charles, on the other hand, seems to actually care about what he puts on, plays with different colours and fun ties, and basically knows how to dress for an occasion and a particular event.

Hmm, perhaps Charles needs to chime in on the royal fashion more often — and not just with Meghan. Because he clearly knows what he’s doing.

 

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