Eagle-Eyed Fans Believe This Royal Gave a Subtle Nod to Meghan Markle at the Duke of Westminster’s Society Wedding – SheKnows

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While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, were nowhere to be seen at Prince Archie’s godfather’s wedding. On June 7, Hugh Grosvenor, the Duke of Westminster married Olivia Grosvenor in a high society wedding, with quite a few royals in attendance. And one of the royals came to the event wearing something that many see as a subtle nod to Meghan.

In case you missed it, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s youngest daughter, Princess Eugenie, arrived at the wedding in style: in a silk, olive green dress, which she paired with a white fascinator, and a pair of familiar shoes.

If you need a hint: Eugenie was wearing a pair of nude shows Meghan has worn numerous times, including at her and Harry’s engagement photoshoot. You guessed it, Eugenie wore the iconic, nude suede Aquazurra pumps for the wedding.

Princess Eugenie departs after attending the wedding of The Duke of Westminster, Prince Harry (L) and Meghan Markle. Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage, Photo by Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImage.

Many believe that this subtle fashion detail was calculated and that she had donned these to honor her cousin’s wife and pal.

Now, why is it when Eugenie does it, it’s a nod, but when Kate Middleton wears a pair of shoes Meghan wears, it’s a jab? We’re sure you’re asking, and here’s what we’ve gathered. Meghan and Kate have always had a frosty relationship, while Meghan has been ultra close to Eugenie over the years, so the relationship plays a part in how they wear it, according to numerous experts and outlets.

Also, this look wasn’t the only ensemble that made headlines. Per Hello, Eugenie broke royal wedding protocol with her second look: a high-slit, floral black gown, despite many rules saying not to wear black, only at funerals.

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