Over the weekend, Meghan Markle joined many of her new in-laws at Trooping the Colour, Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday celebration, and has since been brutally dragged on the Internet by people claiming that her outfit was "inappropriate".
Speaking about Meghan's custom-made Carolina Herrera dress on ITV's Lorraine, fashion expert Mark Heyes called it "very unusual".
While not strictly against royal protocol, her choice of an off-the-shoulder dress contrasted with the likes of Kate Middleton, who always wear sleeves.
"Especially at a daytime event like that", he added. On her page on the royal family website, Meghan also states she's a "proud feminist." "I thought she looked absolutely stunning", he said.
This could be the flawless culmination of Meghan's former career as she embarks on a new life with Prince Harry, who she Wednesday in Windsor on May 19. The Duchess of Sussex announced that she would be leaving the show following her November 2017 engagement, and her final scenes - including Rachel and Mike's NY wedding - aired earlier this year.
The new royal just attended her first Trooping the Colour, where her husband showed her the ropes.
The Queen's "only" rule with regards to what female members of the royal family wear in public is that they were clear nude stockings when they are on public duty.
She told the publication: "You never see a royal without their nude stockings".