The Duchess of Sussex visited Brinsworth House in Twickenham

On December 18, 2018, The Duchess of Sussex visited the Royal Variety residential nursing and care home Brinsworth House in Twickenham. The Royal Variety Charity, of which The Queen is Patron, assists those who have worked professionally in the entertainment industry and are in need of help and assistance as a result of old age, ill-health, or hard times. Established in 1850, the residential home accommodates up to 36 residents who are cared for by a dedicated team of nurses and care assistants.
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash coat and Brock Collection Odilia floral-print dress, Birks Petale gold and diamond earrings
Meghan Markle wore Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash Grey Coat
Soia & Kyo Adelaida Ash Grey Coat
Meghan Markle wore Brock Collection Odilia floral-print panelled midi dress
Brock Collection Odilia Floral-Print Panelled Midi Dress
Meghan Markle Jewelry - Birks Petale Gold and Diamond Earrings
Birks Petale Gold and Diamond Earrings

129 comments:

  1. Good on her for bucking the trend and wearing normal (as opposed to maternity) clothes for as long as she can. The dress is tight to be sure, and bares a lot of skin in light of the season, but looks fine on her. I like it.

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    1. its a lovely dress but it does not fit well!
      i don't understand why she does not talk to her family, at least call them and wish them a merry Christmas, that's all

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    2. I understand exactly why Meghan doesn’t speak to the Markle side of her family. If they shut their mouths for 5 minutes, Meghan might consider making contact, however, they only seem to be interested in making headlines and $$$

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  2. Such a pretty dress -- feminine and flattering -- really I love everything about this look, including the shoes and the coat.

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  3. Con manga corta en invierno, como Letizia

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  4. That summerish dress is about to pop on her

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    1. This is a very summerish dress.. I like the dress (just wrong season for me).
      Not sure if she has to have her outfits approved but sometimes she is on point others.. I have to raise my eyebrows..Also, before she became Duchess her style was good .. not too much or less of anything.. you know just right.. but lately I just shrug..

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    2. Well I am not sure! Elegance is also very much about wearing clothes adapted to the season! Looking at the pictures you wonder where she is. It gives the impression she had nothing else to wear. To me, it is a miss.

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    3. Yes Mary T, I agree. It is a miss this time.

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  5. I believe that Meghan looks very beautiful in this dress and coat! She is a lovely pregnant lady

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  6. I thought the visit was delightful. She looked so lovely and interested and got on swimmingly with the old film and tv veterans. Fashion wise, coat was stellar, dress was lovely albeit a little tight. Her bun was very neat and her shoes were fab. She was GLOWING.

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    1. @Anonymous 7:16PM - agree, love the pic with this dear with the X-mas cap.

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  7. I like the dress, but it looks like its struggling not to tear apart. It just looks uncomfortable to wear.

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  8. Lovely dress, lovely woman.

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  9. I saw a clip of the visit on Youtube. She really has the sweetest nature. In the face of all the negativity that's being thrown at her of late, I'm surprised she manages to get through the front door, let alone an 'away day'!
    If any other heavily pregnant woman was receiving the amount of nastiness she is receiving, we'd all be screaming 'cyber bullying' ! Let's hope she managing to keep away from reading any the negativity.

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    1. Very well said. I am actually concerned about added stress of the media attacks on her pregnancy + adjustment to new country, new family, new home, new life. This dress is sweet and refreshing and her kind and interested nature shines through in her interactions with the residents.

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    2. I agree with both of you. It takes a very strong person to go out knowing there will be more criticisms, and a weak person to bully.

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    3. Exactly what I was thinking about the stress. If the report that she was taking to Kate's staff and K told her off (because God forbid anyone else talks to them besides herself) is true Kate should get off her high horse and remember what it was like to be a new member of the royal family, and not only give Meghan a brake, but take her under her wing and show her the ropes because after all they are family, and Meghan was not a homless when she met Harry. She was a very acomplished young lady....more acomplished than Kate. The dress is a summer dress......too much skin showing for winter. But M looks beautiful.

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    4. Rumours... still rumours. We do not know the situations and what is really going on, and we don't have to. I for one don't even want to believe this stuff. The tabloids are always hunting and most of the time it is based on nothing.
      Leave it and await what time brings. They all have to settle again, but that's normal when a new person comes in a family. Give them time.

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    5. Agree with Anon 7:13 AM

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    6. We have no idea if Catherine "told her off" or is "on a high horse". It is all rumors and gossip. They should be left alone to figure out their relationship in their family.

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  10. This dress looks just beautiful on her. I applaud for the hairdoo and the makeup.

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  11. The Brock Dress is beautiful - but she should have maybe saved it for late spring / early summery - after the baby is born. Its appears to be time to switch to maternity wear - there are some lovely dresses out there for expecting mothers. Princess Victoria looked lovely during her maternity times.

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    1. I agree. There's a time & season for style but she always prefers to differ as she's a woman of her own...as she wants the world to know....BRF...really???

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    2. I too hope that she will keep this dress in her wardrobe -- I don't mind its snugness over her "bump", but it will look even lovelier after the baby is born.

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    3. Royalty fan

      Yes, LilyBart, and princess Mary, Mathilde, Maxima, when still pregnant with their children

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    1. akkoord deze jurk is voor de zomer, en vooraan en rug bloot, past echt niet bij dit bezoek en dit jaargetijde.

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    2. It is totally ok to comment on the dress, makeup, hair, etc but this comment is “totally inappropriate.” ( in your own words ).

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    3. Agree! At least the messy bun is tidy this time.

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    4. I was afraid Gabrielle was going to miss her chance at her usual negative/nasty comments. I should have known she wouldn't be far.

      Anon 9:41 The subject of the messy bun has been discussed to death. At this point I think the subject is moot. It is a style that is here to stay. If you are going to criticize Meghan for wearing her hair that way, it would be nice if you stopped being Anonymous so we knew that you criticize the other women, such as Letizia and Sofia, who have worn their in the same manner. If you aren't, it is another case of Meghan bashing.

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    5. Gabriella, your cheap name calling of the Duchess of Sussex is inappropriate, vulgar and offensive. Hero said it well above. Hellen, please, this is a great blog. But if nasty, useless name-calling is allowed, this can deteriorate into a troll site. I have seen it happen before and that would be sad.

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    6. Will never like the messy bun. I (and anyone else) has the right to say their opinion. It is not a moot point as long as she keeps doing it.

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    7. Well perhaps I am among the few ones that like it when she has a few loose hair locks. They soften her face. And if they are styled in waves round her face, it doesn't look messy to me. But that's my opinion.
      Ready for being bashed now ;-)

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    8. No bashing here, Rosalyn. I actually have not liked the messy look in the past. But I also see your point that it can soften a look. I would like to see Victoria let a little down sometimes.

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    9. Thank you :-) Yes, especially on Victoria! Her hair is often so tight and straight...

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  13. Odd dress this time a year and for this visit..

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  14. Odd dress this time a year and for this visit..

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  15. She looks lovely. A bit summerly though.

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  16. Dear lord, what a disaster.... I can even fins words...

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  17. I am big Fan of Meghan gut this dress does not fit well. It is too small for her growing Baby bump. She can do much better. Otherwise her smile is amazing with this special glow that only has a mum-to-be!

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  18. Is that a suitable winter dress? I know pregnant women have a different sense of heat/coldness....

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  19. I am big Fan of Meghan but this dress does not fit well. It is too small for her growing Baby bump. She can do much better. Otherwise her smile is amazing with this special glow that only has a mum-to-be!

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  20. The dress itself is very pretty, but as a fellow pregnant lady due around the same time as her, it’s too tight. It’s especially noticeable in the back views of the dress. Nothing wrong with wearing form fitting non-maternity dresses but only if you size up appropriately. It’s about a 1k USD dress so I get wanting to wear again later, but maybe invest in some more affordable maternity wear that flatters and can be worn during the “next” pregnancy. Fashion wise, the dress is too expensive for what it is and it looks more spring than winter.

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  21. I’m trying so hard to like her style again, but she’s making it almost impossible. This is a very tight summer dress. It doesn’t flatter her at all. Out of season. This is a tottal miss for me.

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  22. The dress is too tight for this stage of her pregnancy - you can see back fat (and she isn't fat) and it's squashing her bosom. That said, it's quite a pretty dress and I wouldn't mind seeing her wear it post baby.

    The coat is nice, her hair is fine and she looks glowing and happy to be there.

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    1. That is not back fat, that is skin.
      She’s gorgeous and has the most amazing posture - head, neck, shoulders. I haven’t seen such perfect posture since Audrey Hepburn maybe! Take note, her good posture relates to her perfect facial structure... When you hold your head like Meghan, your facial features grow up and forward rather than back and down. She’s beautiful!

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    2. Well, the skin is being squeezed up and out because the dress is rather tight so it might as well be back fat...

      And I didn't day she wasn't beautiful, gorgeous or didn't have good posture so not sure why you are directing these comments at me.

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    3. No, it is not back fat. But it looks like that because the dress is too tight.

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    4. I agree with you, Franny. Your comments were your opinion and you were also complimentary. Some people who see Meghan as their favorite, take comments way too personal.

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    5. Please, Anonymous 2:17 PM (and others), is it really necessary to swear? Using God's name in vain should not happen. I'm sorry but I really wanted to say this. Let's have and keep respect here.

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    6. Rosalyn, you can't be serious!
      Anonymous did not "swear".
      I saw that comment before it was removed and all it said was "for God's sake". It's the same as saying "of my God".
      Ridiculous that you got offended by and so it was removed.

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    7. Ouch that was not so kind. I am only talking about respect. I didn't ask for the comment to be removed. I wouldn't say that someone's opinions about faith are ridiculous. I am deeply religious and definitely not the only one on the planet who doesn't like or gets hurt by using sentences like these. It's only about respect for everyone, in what you say and what you do.
      Thank you.

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    8. Roslyn it's your right to be deeply religious, but some people are not.
      So you can't go around pushing your beliefs on everyone just because you don't like a certain phrase or expression. It's being overly sensitive.
      At what line does free speech end and censoring begin..
      You can respect someone's beliefs without trying to push yours onto them.

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    9. But this isn't a religious blog Rosalyn, so you can't expect everyone to share the same opinion you do.

      No one is disrespecting religion, it was simple comment that you chose to get upset about. Simple as that.

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    10. I never said that I want to push making people believing the same way as I do.
      As I stated before: It is all about respect. You also won't use the name of Allah or Buddha, out of respect. So why use the name of God?
      I know this is off-topic, but I can't help thinking that you don't get my point. It is not just about sharing the same faith or pushing others to do the same, it as about RESPECT for everyone in every way. About decency and propriety. Nothing more.
      I'll leave it at that, discussion here is not the meaning. Thank you for your time.

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    11. Totally agree with you Rosalyn.

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    12. Thank you Anonymous, that is very kind of you. It is not easy to be alone with your opinion or feelings. And I would never want to offend or push people or whatsoever, that would never be my intention. I hope that we all will continue to be nice and kind with each other, the world is already hard enough! Spread love in the darkness and the light of it shines even brighter!!

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  23. As if she had had no idea where she was going. She also forgot she is bigger nowadays and it is wintertime.

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    1. that rude, she doing more than ok. for a woman from another country, with ruthless attacks on her, WELL DON MEGHAN

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  24. The dress itself is very pretty, but as a fellow pregnant lady due around the same time as her, it’s too tight. It’s especially noticeable in the back views of the dress. Nothing wrong with wearing form fitting non-maternity dresses but only if you size up appropriately. It’s about a 1k USD dress so I get wanting to wear again later, but maybe invest in some more affordable maternity wear that flatters and can be worn during the “next” pregnancy. Fashion wise, the dress is too expensive for what it is and it looks more spring than winter.

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  25. I just don't get the look. Winter coat, summer dress and autumn shoes? What that for? Not to mention the fact that the dress is wayy too tight on her. Especially at the bust und the back there just isn't enough fabric to cover without squeezing.

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  26. El vestido es muy bonito pero en su estado le queda tan apretado que parece que las costuras van han explotar. Es tiempo que invierta en modelos de maternidad que se ajusten más a su figura que irá cambiando conforme avance su embarazo.

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  27. I know she is modern. But during pregnancy she gained weight-that is normal. But plus kilos seem to go to her thigh and hip. So I think she should go back to old fashioned, A-lined maternity dresses. Furthermore she should try to work with a stylist, 'cause this dress would be much better with a black or blue shawl put on her back and slightly around her neck. Otherwise she has the best position in the monarchy. She wont be a queen, when the media frenzy is over she wont be in the center of attention. Just like Sofia of Sweeden, so if she wants to dress like back in "Hollywood" its up to her.

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  28. She wore dark autumn/winter colors (mostly black) during summer and she wears summer clothes during winter. She is very strange.

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    1. That is a good point, Karen.

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    2. She was hidding her babybump this Summer!!!!

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  29. Lovely printed dress. But I feel this does not work for Meghan. The dress does not work for her because it is too tight all over, at least this is what it looks like to me. I do like the coat and her smile. For the 6th month of pregnancy she is carrying this baby still very high, but it is her first pregnancy.

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  30. I like this dress, I also like some of Mette-Marits and Victorias "Little house in the prairie"-dresses (an expression I've learned here), but I agree that it is too tight. But her hairstyle is fine, isn't it?
    As for the "media attacks", as some call it, I think Meghan is a Media Pro and should have known what re-action she causes. She often breaks the rules and she seems to reject many of the traditions the BRF stands for.

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    1. Can you remember the appearance of Letizia after her wedding with Felipe in 2004 and her first years as Princess of Asturias? Letizia was much more a Media Pro at that time than Meghan is. And do you remember the Press she got in Spain? Today, you consider her as one of the most elegant Royal and you are absolutely right. So why not give Meghan a little more time for adaptation? I think she deserves it.

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    2. Unknown, you are absolutely right. People seem to need someone to pick on.

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  31. Is it that the Duchess hasn't found a winter maternity dress that she has to wear a summer dress in which it seems to be difficult for her to breath???

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    1. Oh really? You can see her having breathing difficulties in these photos? Which photos does she look distressed? You must have very good eyes. Or perhaps you are a doctor and were there.

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    2. Yes, Maria, I have the same question.

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  32. I thought she looked lovely. I liked the coat and dress. The gray was nice change. However, I also think the dress was too tight. Perhaps she had ordered and like most women in pregancy what fit on Saturday does not fit on Tuesday. She is glowing and exuding warmth. I watched several clips if the visit today and she was so natural and genuine. Very engaged. I think this would be a great patronage for her. I suspect the visit was to make sure this is something she might enjoy undertaking before the Queen hands it over. She couldn't leave it in better hands in my opinion.

    Now there is this ~ several clips and several reporters noted that Meghan would seem to rest to hand on her bump or begin to cradle it and suddenly stop and reposition. This makes me sad to think that all the nasty remarks about her cradling have somehow made her change how she was bonding with her baby. It was said it was very noticeable. That is terrible! Why shouldn't she touch or hold her bump as she wants. Very sad.

    Lastly ~ as she left she turned to the press and wished them a very Merry Christmas! The same press corp who have crucified her for just looking a different direction for the last 6 weeks. That speaks ions about CLASS and GRACE and the very spirit of the holidays in being kind!

    Brava DoS! Class act! 👏👏

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    1. Agree! And I think your comment re: pregnant women "what fit on Saturday does not fit in Tuesday" is quote of the week. Sooo true! It's hard to adjust to the swift body morphing. Also, some women feel constantly hot while pregnant and can't stand heavier clothing--even in winter.
      And Meghan being gracious to the press after their treatment of her this past month is very impressive.

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    2. Agree absolutely.

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    3. I agree. She looks fine even if the dress is a bit tight. But her charming nature is the nicest thing shining through in these photos. It's difficult to understand the amount of negative press she receives.

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    4. I had thought the same thing about her body changing size and shape in a few days time. I would imagine her outfits are planned out well in advance, and as any woman who has been pregnant knows, her body is on its own schedule.

      A very sad comment about her cradling her bump. Every person that has made a snarky comment about that should be ashamed. They should also remember Meghan could be having discomfort. When you have always been very thin and suddenly get bigger, the body has a hard time adjusting. I went through that. The baby felt like a lot of weight to carry. Whatever the reason, leave her alone to have the pregnancy she wants to have. It is a private time that is being spied on and judged by the world.

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    5. Agreee. Someone must be very jalous to be so nasty with her, Shame on média!!!

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    6. Agree with you 6:10. This is her personal journey and she has to live it in her own way. Many pregnant women do not wear tent like clothing. The retirees seemed happy to see her. That is much more important.

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    7. Well said, chardonn8r!

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  33. She is glowing! I love everything about her today. What a beautiful woman she is.
    MARIE

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    1. She is looking lovely as always. Someone said, that she should wear A-Line and
      yes she could do that. It would be very royal and probably oldfashioned or british.

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    2. Is it so wrong to be Royal or British at that after all she married into it...right????

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    3. It is not such a big deal to be royal nor british, as it is not such a big deal to wear A-Line or praery-dresses in comparison to be persecuted innocently.

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  34. This dress might be okay in July, but only if it fits. It's far-far-far too tight, the squished/flattened boobs and tummy must be very uncomfortable. And how did they even stuff her into it without the zipper and seams exploding? Yes Meghan, we know you're thin; but you (and everyone else) look so much more attractive when you wear clothes that fit... seriously.

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  35. She is very pregnant, maybe 4-6 weeks to due date.

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    1. I don't think so. About 10 weeks to go, is my guess.

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    2. Yeah I don't think so too. They said spring, didn't they? If her due date would be this early, her bump would be bigger by now. But that's different with every pregnant lady.

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    3. Agree with DSC, the baby is still growing.

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  36. Nursing and retirement homes are often kept warmer than normal, for the comfort of the residents. Perhaps the Duchess was advised at short notice to wear something cooler, and this was the best she could find. Not her best look, but the Duchess more than makes up for it with her charm and obviously authentic interest in others.

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  37. The dress does not fit her like it was meant to, it's obviously so tight and doesn't drape properly. She clearly isn't dressed properly for royal duties.

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    1. The choice of dress screams “it’s all about me” instead of the focus being the charity and the people being helped.

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    2. I'm sorry, but I do not agree. The people she is visiting often like it when you are dressed up nice, colourful, young and elegant. It brings more colour and a fresh breeze of air into their lives. It also reminds them of their own youth. I often went in happy colours, summery clothes and flower skirts to my work and got a lot of compliments.

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    3. Why this hateful comment? You don't even know her.

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    4. @Southernbelle
      For quite a while I worked at a residence and from that point of view I can tell that there is a veryfeww amount of people who is naturally friendly with elderly people, Meghan us douing very well.

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    5. @Rosalyn
      I do have a similar experience.

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    6. @ Southernbelle, as usual you are always making character judgements from the internet pulpit, and of course they are based on your personal feelings towards a person that you don't know. It is OK to disagree with her fashion choice, I myself think that the dress is a little too tight, which is a rather unusual for her, since generally and before her pregnancy she tended to wear garments a little loose for my taste, however I won't speculate why, or make a correlation with her character or values, because that would be ridiculous and I don't feel qualified to analyze and disect this woman. You know it's possible to be critical, and kind, sharp and fair, and above all avoid cyber bullying. Maybe we should try a little uplifting if only in the spirit of being positive towards our fellow humans.
      Have a wonderful day!!

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    7. Wonderful stated Cherry Blossom! Could not agree more with you!
      Especially this part: 'You know it's possible to be critical, and kind, sharp and fair' That's very important: It's about respect, whatever you think, say or do!!

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    8. @herry Blossom: So well stated. Thank you for your words. Have a Merry Christmas!

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  38. The positives---I think the coat is lovely and really suits her, the shoes are great--colour and style, her hair is neat and looks great. The colour and neckline of this dress are lovely and like a number of people above, I hope we see her wearing it later when it fits her. I also noticed the "back fat" which is crazy when she's so slim but just proves that the dress is too tight. While size changes in pregnancy even from day to day as Diane says above, you know that a looser fitting dress will always do--the claret one she wore recently was a perfect example. I nearly passed over this post for fear of more "celeb" style bump clutching photos so delighted that she's avoided this today---maybe she is listening to the advice given. Well done, D of S.

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  39. El diseño y colordel vestido y tapado hermosos; muchas embarazadas sufren de calor es normal de de la maternidad; Andreu estudio entre muchas cosas ballet y al igual que el yoga aprendes la postura natural de tu cuerpo y al equilibrio correcto de tu cuerpo

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  40. I’m not comparing, but I think she should follow Kate’s lead in wearing slightly looser yet still well-structured day clothes.

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    1. But Kate did not help her just the other way round.

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    2. And how do you know? Have you been in the family lately when they talked about dressing? I mean, it's so judging on one or another... Perhaps Kate did give advice but they have a very different style. Therefore, it wouldn't be easy to follow a lead.

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    3. Thank you, Rosalyn. We do not know and should not make judgments out of ignorance.

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  41. Elle fait saucissonner dans cette robe ! Ça plisse de partout et on a l’impression qu’à l'arrière ça l’a coupe complètement. La poitrine est complètement écrasée ( à croire qu’elle ne porte pas de soutien-gorge) mais qui donne encore l’impression de trop serré.
    Pour une fois elle est coiffée (ou presque)

    Je pense qu’à 6mois de grossesse elle pourrait porter des robes de grossesse, il y en a des très belles. J’ai l’impression quelque cherche à dire je suis enceinte mais regardez je garde la ligne je peux porter des habits classiques alors que non ...

    Il fait souvent chaud dans les maisons de retraite donc le côté robe d’été ne me choque pas trop

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  42. Ein Sommerkleid - eher unpassend für solch eine Gelegenheit! !

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  43. Bravo to Meghan! Still glowing, looking happy and enthusiastic, even after everything that is happening around her person.
    And I do like the dress, but more for summer; and it's too tight. But indeed, like someone else commented, it can be very hot in those houses. Also knowing from experience ;-) But she looks still elegant.
    @Diane: Wow, unbelievable that she was so kind and genuine towards the press. A lot of people wouldn't be able to do so!!

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  44. She is a pregnant women the press should give her and their baby a rest.

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  45. She is a lovely woman and is glowing with her pregnancy. I must say though that this dress was not well thought out or maybe it fit last time she tried it on but, as was mentioned in one of the comments, a pregnant woman’s size can change in a couple of days. It looks soooo tight and possibly uncomfortable.

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