The Duchess of Sussex attended U.S. Open Final in NYC

On September 7, 2019, The Duchess of Sussex arrived at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City to watch and support Serena Williams in the final against Bianca Andrescu. The Duchess of Sussex wore a new denim belted shirt dress by J.Crew, and also wore a grey collarless sweater blazer by the same brand.
Meghan Markle wore a new denim belted shirt dress by J.Crew, and also wore a grey collarless sweater blazer by the same brand
Meghan Markle wore a new denim belted shirt dress by J.Crew, and also wore a grey collarless sweater blazer by the same brand
Meghan Markle wore a new denim belted shirt dress by J.Crew, and also wore a grey collarless sweater blazer by the same brand
Meghan Markle wore a new denim belted shirt dress by J.Crew, and also wore a grey collarless sweater blazer by the same brand
Meghan Markle wore a new denim belted shirt dress by J.Crew, and also wore a grey collarless sweater blazer by the same brand
Meghan Markle wore J. Crew Juliette Collarless Sweater Blazer
Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, wore J. Crew denim belted shirt dress
J. CREW denim belted shirt dress
Meghan Markle wore J. Crew Juliette Collarless Sweater Blazer
J. Crew Juliette Collarless Sweater Blazer

70 comments:

  1. Schönes Jeanskleid!!
    Während sie in Wimbledon noch etwas „steifer“ dagesessen hat, ist sie in ihrer alten Heimat entspannter. Die Stippvisite scheint ihr gutzutun.
    Auch wenn ich es nicht ganz verstehe, für 48h nach New York zu fliegen für 1 Tennismatch und lasse meinen Säugling daheim. Aber vielleicht hat sie sich ja auch noch mit anderen Freundinnen getroffen: Jessica Mulrony oder Misha Nanoo, z.B., um letzte Details für Ihre „Afrika-Garderobe“ zu besprechen...wer weiß.
    -Elisabeth-

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    1. Agree. She looks relax and happy happy happy in her country USA !

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    2. It's understandable because she isn't under strain as in GB ; she is far from the royal family and its protocol.

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    3. Ich finde es auch etwas befremdlich, nach der ganzen Privatjet Diskussion gleich wieder "anzuecken" - und sich dafür von einem kleinen Säugling zu trennen.

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    4. Meaghan Markle might be happy in her own country,But not in the UK, read the serious british press, not impress with her!!

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    5. Ich sehe das wie Anonymous 9:45. Und ich kann auch nicht nachvollziehen, was an ihrem Verhalten, insbesondere dem bewussten Anecken, fortschrittlich oder modern sein soll.

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  2. Nice cardigan . She came a long way to support Serena, nice friend. I think Serena lost., I read it somewhere. Well maybe the next time a win again. Good Luck to the Dss Of Sussex on the upcoming Afrika tour.

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  3. A simple and appropriate look for the event.

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  4. Quel dommage pour Serena Williams !!!

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    1. Oh sorry, I don't agree! ok back to fashion.

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    2. Agree with you. Mary T. Delighted the young Canadian won. Back to fashion :-)

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    3. Why is it so? She was not the better player. So she didn’t deserve to win.

      Back to fashion, terrible outfit on Serena (I know, we’re not discussing that here... :) but it’s still true). Megan perhaps intended to underdress to not detract from the players and the actual match. But (like someone else pointed out), that doesn’t mean I like her outfit (in fact it seems she is trying hard to flip-flop these days...)and whilst she has a different role and formally set direction in her situation than perhaps the duchess of Cambridge, whether she likes it or not, even when she goes to a sports event to see a friend, she is still the Duchess of Sussex. Which I believe comes with not just privileges and entitlement to publicly funded house renovations, but some level of expectations in terms of public appearance. She doesn’t need to stand out, but there is a difference between that and wearing a denim crumpled shirt dress. Anna Wintour isn’t in your face either, but still looking elegant and appropriate.

      And whilst it’s not Wimbledon Royal Box, she knows she will attract cameras and in general the attention of the crowd (mind you, that crowd can be a really rowdy one... so I am willing to admit that I may need to just generally lower my expectations compared to European grand slams). Sigh... oh, well, maybe Anna W is the exception there... in which case I am slightly less disappointed... another sigh. Moving on...
      Pat

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  5. A casual and simple look for an outdoor event. @ a 9:13 many fans travel far from home to events of their particular interest. The father has done the same since the birth without the same lack of 'understanding'.
    M.

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    1. I guess the father was not breast feeding...

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    2. You cracked me up, Anon 9:42 😁😅

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    3. Meghan is not really my favourite, she is far too celebrity to my taste. But I think inprison a woman just because she is breastfeeding is not fair. Who knows? She might have left enough milk in the fridge. Or nanny can mix some starter as well. Or maybe Archie travelled with her.

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  6. This is a denim dress like thousands of denim dresses have been seen before. No big deal. No great fashion. It's comfy, that's all it is to say about it. Christine

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  7. Dress is nice and comfortable. I have almost the same - but not from J. Crew. Apparently not only J. Crew designs jeans clothes. Mine were five times cheaper. I wear these clothes to work (as a teacher)

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  8. Dress is sure comfortable but ... not nice. It lacks - well it lacks about everything. A little touch of colour somewhere, a nice cut or alternatively, a *nice* belt to give some form to a definitely formless dress. I would not call that piece of denim around her waist a belt. All this would not make it less comfortable. Also, cheap or not is not so much the point, cheap dresses can be attractive and expensive ones horrible. She can dress down definitely better than this. - Same apples to hair. I don't think everybody with long hair needs a blowdry to look nice. But if long hair is just hanging around giving the impression that it needs a cut or a wash or both - why not a (nonmessy) bun, her beautifully sculpted face and head looks simply adorable with her hair up.
    (--Ann)

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    1. It's a denim/jean dress of a very predictable silhouette. A belt is probably not the best accessory for someone who is still trying to lose baby weight. Fashion is much more casual in at these events in NYC, and since she was there as a fan and not in her capacity as Duchess there will be no headlines in local news about her clothes or hair. Many high profile people were also there and no articles about them either.
      PS By now it should be obvious that she uses extensions. No one chops their valuable extensions willy nilly for events. Yesterday's hairdo was no different than normal.
      Belle

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    2. How do you know she uses extension? she's always had long hair.

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    3. How do you know she uses extensions? She's always had long hair.

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    4. Ann, I totally agree with you...

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    5. The picture of the dress from J. Crew, she's wearing the same belt so confused about the belt comments. You don't have to wear color just because it's a denim dress. Her jacket is grey btw. I love denim dresses, they go with everything and are so comfy. It's not formless and she just had a baby jeez. I don't think she wears extensions but who cares if she does? So do a lot of royals. Her long hair isn't "just hanging" even though that's what hair does. There are soft waves. I think it's a perfect outfit for watching Serena and I like any one of us can wear it as it's J. Crew. - Capt. Marvel

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    6. All very good points Ann. Couldn’t agree more. Many, many options already in her wardrobe that could have looked better (including another, better quality and well tailored denim shirt dress she wore to the polo last year). She’s watching tennis, not American Football (no offence meant, just an observation related to how people dress to watch various sports events), so a little effort could have made a difference. Maybe someone needs to start advising her quietly.
      Crissy / FL

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  9. @Belle, "since she was there as a fan and not in her capacity as Duchess" - yes of course. But this is the crux of roles like hers: You cannot escape your Duchess-self even if it is a private visit, if this private visit takes places in a very non-private space. - I am writing about her dress and hair simply because this is a fashion blog. I know nothing about extensions and I think it is no business of mine to know about it. I just expressed my humble opinion on what I think looks nice on her hair-wise. No need to defend dress or hair or whatever, my opinion is what it is: appropriate content in a fashion blog, not attacking anyone.
    (--Ann)

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    1. Can you please explain to us what "your Duchess-self" is?
      As far as I have studied, in 2019 'Duchess' just a title, like 'Mr.' or 'Mrs.' or 'Master' or 'Miss', etc. but if it means more as you imply, please explain to me and others what you mean by that phrase you used.

      To me, when she is outside of Britain, she is just Meghan and her behaviour and comportment here at the US Open is perfectly acceptable and normal. And very comfortable too.
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    2. @anon: so as you said every royal is only royal in his or her own country, and when they travel abroad they are not royalties. Eg.: HM Queen Elizabeth in the USA is only Mrs. Lizzie 🤔. IMO there are titles you can't leave at home. For example a MD will be a doctor no matter where he or she is together with all the responsibilties...

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    3. To Anon 9:13, "To me, when she is outside of Britain, she is just Meghan" - Maybe to you. But not for the media. This is a small world and if you are royalty or celebrity *and* you go to a very public space in any country, you have to be aware that you are recognizable. Same if in- or outside Britain. The division you make is arbitrary and does not work in the real world. - But anyway, all I said is just that I personally don't like her look (and would not like it on any other person, Duchess or not, in official capacity or not :-).
      (--Ann)

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    4. @Anon 9:49 : Media? The media's job is to create news and sell papers and make money. They will find a way for a story however they want to. Nobody should be living their lives out of fear or worry as to how the media will perceive them.

      @Szilvia: A doctor is a universally accepted profession. A queen is not. A queen only has very, very limited authority in her own country and her dominions and no where else. And even then she may be largely and politely ignored by growing numbers who don't believe in a monarchy. And by the way, doctors do not have all the responsibilities 'no matter where he or she is'. They may be bound by the hippocratic oath, but their responsibilities have to conform to the standards of whatever country they find themselves in, which vary greatly.
      Anon 9:13

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    5. @ 9:49 Celebrities and other important people walk the streets of major cities every day. Some are not even recognized. Others have their publicists inform the 'paps' where they will be. The 'paps' create a frenzy by jockeying for position to get the best shot. The pictures are then sold to media outlets which create stories. @Sometimes they themselves hire the photographers and approve the pictures that are released so that they can control the perception of their image. @6:17 as far as we know the Queen does not visit other countries unofficially. If she did, she would still be whisked from place to place quietly. No troops in livery, trumpets and other frippery would be visible. Belle

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  10. Not much to admire here by way of fashion. Probably comfortable. The top layer makes you slight make polished, but she doesn’t look elegant at all (and I do mean elegant for a sporting event, not in general). Have you ever seen Ann’s Wintour dressed like that?

    But, happy (very happy) to see she was able to go watch her friend (even if her attire was left wanting- imo). I believe it’s important for Megan to do things she enjoys on her own.
    Lily A

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  11. A bun isnt the only thing that looks nice. Her hair down like it is is much more appropriate for a sporting event in NY. This isnt Britain, it's much more casual. She looks perfect for her setting. Hope she has a relaxing weekend.

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  12. I am a long- time fan of J.Crew. Meghan’s outfit is not a wow fashion wise but anyone can replicate this outfit at different price points. I Iove Anna Wintour’s dress-wish we saw more her outfit.

    E.B.B.

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  13. @10:35 Titles are not recognized across the pond. She is simply Meghan. Showing up in full royal kit in this relaxed atmosphere would be inappropriate. There will not be a lineup of people waiting to shake her hand, give her flowers and curtsy. She is expected to be on time, slip into her seat without holding up the game and blend into the crowd. There are other people there who may be far more important in the world order than she is and have to observe the same rules.
    P. Eugenie lived and worked in Manhattan for a while and walked the streets like everyone else without receiving any 'princess' treatment.
    As Cherry B once explained, African hair is very complex to style and maintain.'Long hair hanging around needing a cut or wash' implies a lack of knowledge. It is simply not feasible to do this with African hair daily. In some areas in of Paris, or NY there are entire stores dedicated to products for African hair care because of this.
    Sometimes there are signs that Meghan uses extensions. This is not a crime. Most of the women with African hair in the public eye rely on extensions or wigs as a styling option. A very lush ponytail is a perfect example.
    Belle.

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  14. Well, I'm a bit onfused here: there are products for treatment African hair to look - how? Not African? European? I think African woman should get empowered to look themselves. I agree that Meghan choosed comfortable clothes for this event and that's it.

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  15. What's wrong with a denim dress for this private event ? Baby Archie is in good hands for sure. Meghan has the right to do something for herself at my opinion. More fun than go to church in Balmoral with the queen. Still time enough to go as long as the queen is there. She will never be like Catherine, different background etc but together with Harry they do a good job for Africa, the Invictus games, women rights.Other members of the royal family have other duties. And Meghan will always have a different style and it suits her.

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    1. "More fun than go to church in Balmoral with the queen." If Meghans motto is "fun first", she should not have married into the British Royal Family. And she should not live an british tax payers money.

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    2. Well said, Trudy! This is exactly my view as well.
      Megan is not the Queen, and she is not on the same path as Catherine. Far from it. Therefore she and Harry have more liberty and freedom to do things differently their way, and be the woman and the man they are - and they do. Nothing wrong with that.
      Some people seem to think that because you are called 'Duchess' you're supposed to behave in a certain way, or to conform to an ideal. It is just a title, like Mr. or Mrs. You are defined by your work and your deeds, not by a 'name' that was given to you as a present on your wedding day.
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    3. Anon 9:13 - in Deutschland ist ein Titel nur Bestandteil des Namens, in England ist das nicht der Fall. Die Adelstitel ist dort durchaus nicht nur "ein Titel". Es ist viel mehr und hat viel mit Verantwortung zu tun. Natürlich haben viele Adelige diese Bürde nicht auf sich genommen und fielen durch ausschweifende Lebensart auf. Gerade die königliche Familie versucht seit 100 Jahren ihr einstmals schlechtes Image zu verbessern. Meghan ist nicht die Queen und rangiert mehr oder weniger unter ferner liefen. Sie versucht zwar ganz in königlicher Tradition sich in sozialen Belangen zu engagieren, aber ich nehme ihr das Engagement nicht ab. Es dient meiner Meinung eher dazu, sie in Szene zu setzen. Sie mit Catherine zu vergleichen wird beiden nicht gerecht, da sie ganz unterschiedliche Erwartungen zu erfüllen haben. Ich würde mir wünschen Meghan würde sagen: Egal mit der Familie, ich möchte mein Leben an der Seite eines reichen Mannes genießen und all die Vorteile, die seine Stellung mit sich bringt. Das wäre ehrlicher. Zur Mode: ein schlichtes Jeanskleid geht immer - auch im höheren Segment.

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    4. Being a duchess because of being married to one of the sons of the heir to the throne of the Queen of England means there won't ever be a "just... "again. This title will always be linked with the British monarchy and royal family. Therefore the wearer of the title is very much in focus of the public and yes, there are certain expectations of how they should behave in public - calling them oldfashioned doesn't just a thing.
      To believe this position could be switched on and off at will seems rather naive. Christine

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    5. Sorry, but ‚Duchess of Sussex‘ is not a title only. It means, she‘s a member of the royal family and she ‚has to support the Queen in her many State and national duties...‘ (the home of the Royal Family).
      Meghan should have informed herself in advance what is expected in this role. You should not become a member of the Royal Family with all the privileges if you want to do your own thing.
      However, it looks like Harry is probably no help in the role finding.

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    6. No, sorry but 'Duchess of Sussex; doesn't mean Meghan is a member of the Royal family. She is a member of the Royal family because she married Harry, not because she was given the title of Duchess. That is just a title. What if she had no title? Like Princess Anne's children? What would you expect of her then? None of the Queens grandchildren and great grandchildren (other than William and his children since they are heirs) have any obligation to having a title, be it Prince, Princess or any other. It is the choice of their parents, and having a title doesn't make them any more or less royal than their bloodline dictates, which is the key importance.
      Anne's children and grandchildren have no titles but they are more royal by birth than Meghan will ever be. Yet I don't hear any comments about them when they larking are out and about in their private lives and what you expect from them because they are royal.

      Harry '..is probably no help in the role finding' because he likely agrees with the situation exactly as Meghan sees it.
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    7. @HEDY. Ihr Kommentar betreffend Meghan empfinde ich als unangebracht und beleidigend. Sie beurteilen eine Frau, die Sie nur aus der Klatschpresse kennen, in einer abschätzenden Art und Weise, die ich inakzeptabel finde und abstossend auf mich wirkt. Schade, bisher mochte ich Ihre sachlichen Modekommentare gerne.
      "Never judge someone by the opinion of others".

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    8. Dem schließe ich mich an PM 4:43 und darüber hinaus ist es bemerkenswert von `jemandem´zu unterstellen, dass MM nur aufgrund von Lust auf Spaß ihre Freundin unterstützt.

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    9. @ 12:31 Meghan has not actually said anything about fun. That is the speculation of whomever wrote the article. We cannot put words into other people's mouths based on unfounded gossip. As a keen royal watcher, one would notice that the relatives have been cycling in visit grandma in shifts. The Yorks, W&K, C&C, P&A and Anne, have not all arrived and departed at the same time. The Queen seems to have a special relationship with Harry. If he shows up or not she will understand.
      @ 4:43 Agreed. Meghan is a woman who is perfectly capable of supporting herself. She spent her first 10 years out of university working and being a taxpayer. She did not live in an apartment purchased by her parents (to be close to Harry). She has her own money..a small sum compared to the RF, and could not refer to her parents' business or income to appear rich, nor did she come with a very thin CV that was mainly work with her family. She can speak in public, and is very supportive of her husband's projects. Besides her charitable work, her projects actually create opportunities for others. Belle

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  16. As a casual dress, I think denim dress is not only comfort but also modern chic. -Siri

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  18. Lately I am apprehensive to enter a thread that portraits Meghan... I guess that my expectations for kindness in this new world of bullying and aggression, have to be lowered a bit...
    1. Never have I seen another royal judged by her breast feeding habits. You women don't know anything about her private choices, your comments are based on gossip and manipulation from the tabloids.
    2. Masha, products for African hair aren't necessarily to make women loook European, but for a multitud of care , and wearing straight hair while black does take away empowerment, anymore than my huge permed curly mane in the 90's, made me any less Caucasian or powerful, to think otherwise is rather shallow.
    3. Of course she is a duchess everywhere she goes, and as such she dresses accordingly, and she was perfect for an sporting event, comfortable dress, subdued makeup, and appropriate, I don't recall seeing any images of her being "unladylike" or embarrassing to the crown, to imply otherwise is just pure trolling. Have you guys seen Sophie's outfit above?
    4. Sadly, people are running around clutching their pearls because she took 48 hours off from mom duties... I guess none of you ever left your children and went to see family or friends... and this criticism and judgment is one of the reasons women are vilified every day.
    5. The press never pays any attention to the private lives of other royals, just because they don't sell, period.
    Rant over, many regards to my fellow women, you know who you are... the kind, generous, wonderful human beings, that always lift others.

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    1. Thank you for your well written and level-head response!

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    2. Can´t agree more !!!

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  19. I love this look! So simple, chic, and appropriate for the event. I bought my own denim dress few weeks ago.

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  20. Thanks, Cherry. I have been chomping at the bit, swearing I would not enter this discussion or engage with those that come here with a personal agenda to hate. I appreciate your well-expressed comments.
    As I read through the above comments, I had so many thoughts:

    *First Meghan is criticized for being "too Hollywood" and accused of trying to get attention, now she is criticized for being too ordinary, not enough like a duchess.
    *Meghan is criticized for spending too much on designer clothes, then wears an outfit that is easily copied from a retailer that we all have access to and is panned.
    *Meghan is criticized whether her hair is worn up or down
    *Meghan is criticized for leaving Archie for two days, while the Queen left her young children for six months shortly after her coronation.
    *Any comments about breastfeeding are out of line. Breast milk can be pumped and stored quite easily. (Not to mention that it is no one's business.) We have no idea what arrangements were made. Why was this even brought up?

    This just goes to show that Meghan is a favorite target of tabloids and trolls. I don't know why I think people will be intelligent enough to see through gossip and think for themselves instead of spreading rumors. Hopefully we can get back to fashion~

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    1. Chardonn8r, I don't think that anybody here has a "personal agenda to hate". Please think twice before using such a word.

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    2. Coralie, every person that makes a comment that maligns Meghan about something other than fashion is here to cause trouble. This is a fashion blog. We do veer off-topic from time to time, but it only gets mean, nasty and ugly when it comes to Meghan. Even the fashion comments run amok. At times they have contradicted previous critiques--anything to criticize. None of us know the people we discuss on this blog. It is only fair to discuss the fashion we see them wear, not speculate about them personally.

      I stand by my comment. I thought very carefully about what I said. I will say that I find it very interesting that you, of all people, took offense.

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    3. Coralie, look at the comments, read them. No other duchess, princess, queen etc. get this kind of rubbish. For some reason gloves comes off when it comes to Duchess of Sussex, and everything gets under the loop. It’s sickening and tells more about writers and the time we live than the Duchess. This is not the greatest time of human history, we are getting so low.

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    4. Chardonn8r, I don't understand why you think Meghan is an exception - think of Monacos Charlene. There are often a lot of comments on her, and so someone (I have forgotten who) once wrote: "Other royals have fans, Charlene has Taliban!" Or think of the Netherlands Maxima, someone only said her outfit is too attentionseeking and was accused of being "jealous". Or think of Swedens Madeleine and the discussion about her living not in her home country and wether she should keep her title or not. Or Norways Märtha Louise and her sense of spirituality that some people do critizise.
      And why not? Wouldn't it be boring if we all had the same point of view? Gossiping is human, humans have always done so. But, please, let us not use words like "hate" only because we have different opinions.

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    5. OK Coralie, once again you've established that you like to gossip,don't confuse pure nosiness with points of view, and yes it's human, and so is greed, envy, etc. it still doesn't make it right. Yo do seem to enjoy stirring the pot with issues that are only your subjective perception, and generally misinformed about people you know nothing about. Talking trash about our fellow humans doesn't seem like a joyful pastime for me, but then again it's your choice, then again don't disguise your comments as pure banter, just call it what it is.

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  21. Some posters are more ‘royal’ than the royals themselves, right down to knowing who should do what. This woman attends a tennis match and the sycophants are outraged that she has left the house. Please, a little history. Children were sent out to a ‘wet nurse’ by aristocratic mothers to be breast fed. Children had their own wing or nursery in the home and were tended for the most part by maids and governesses. The Queen herself did not travel with her children when they were young.
    When monarchies were abolished after the World Wars in Europe, some people used their title as their last name to pretend that the aristocracy and class system still exists.
    The title of Duke is a creation by the crown as a little research will show. There are other Dukes who belong to the peerage and should support the royal family out of gratitude at least, but no one demands anything from their wives. The worst part of all this bul*ying is that it is done by women.
    On a private visit to a republic, Meghan will not be given royal treatment. She gets local security, and has to move around without disrupting the rhythm of the city.
    As a comparison, Princess Eugenie is at a sporting event in New York. I leave it there, except for the kid who wants them to move so that she can see. https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/jack-brooksbank-and-princess-eugenie-of-york-attend-the-news-photo/867376144
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  22. Thank you Belle, your post is very informative.
    Coralie, unfortunately your comments ( about certain royals) aren't generally very positive, or kind, and oftentimes your opinions aren't about fashion about about character and speculation of people that you don't know. You are absolutely entitled to write whatever pleases you, as am I . On the other hand I don't think the word " agenda" has to be revisited, it is rather accurate on this instance.

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  23. Janette
    Every Royal who comes to America is addressed by their Royal name. IMHO the press is to lazy to find out the correct spelling of her name let alone her title. She was Meghan Markle, she has now married and will continue soon to be a working Royal. Her title is HRH The Duchess of Sussex.
    People pick this woman apart, she looks lovely here watching her friend play in NY. Honestly, people are cruel to her about EVERYTHING single part of her. Prince Harry will protect her and their family, he lost a mother to cruel paparazzi and had to bear the pain of trash talk in about his mother too.

    Give The Duchess of Sussex a chance, she has committed her life to working for others.

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  24. It is sad to see the way this discussion degenerated into personal attacks on other commenters. After reading through all the comments several times, it seems to me that Coralie has been treated particularly unfairly. She has said nothing that justifies the "more virtuous than thou" scoldings and lectures she has received here.

    By now it's evident that comment threads on the Duchess of Sussex tend to rapidly become minefields. I plan to avoid them in the future.

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    1. Jane Chantal, my comment was not based on this thread but on months and months of history.

      I fully agree with you about the threads on Meghan. They disintegrate rapidly. I enjoy commenting on fashion, and it is unfortunate that that many of us do feel we need to pass by DofS threads to avoid the ruckus.

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    2. Coralie likes to gossips - her own words. In real life gossip girls get what they deserve eventually. There is a huge difference talking about fashion and gossiping. My parents thought that if you don’t have anything nice to say better keep quiet.

      So about this outfit: nice, comfortable, appropriate. Well done Duchess! -Jo

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    3. Jane Chantal, thank you very much for your support! I appreciate that you are trying to calm things down!

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