Meghan Markle Has To Control Her “Massively Extravagant Spending” As It Doesn’t Play Very Well With The British Public, Royal Expert Claims
June 21, 2019 14:50 By Fabiosa
Meghan Markle needs to cut her expenses, a veteran royal expert claims. Does the new mom indeed spend too much on her clothes and other stuff?
As a former Hollywood actress and the current Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle should present herself best every time she steps out in public.
Since Meghan married Prince Harry in 2018 and officially became a member of the British royal family, she has been center of public interest among millions of fans worldwide.
Fans got used to seeing Meghan in stunning gowns during multiple royal engagements. Her every outing resembled a fancy fashion show.
Fashion designers are lining up to dress the Duchess, while her numerous fans try to follow Meghan’s signature style in every detail.
Spending too much, Meghan?
But not everyone thinks that Meghan’s exclusive wardrobe is what the Duchess actually needs to show off.
According to a royal expert Jennie Bond, Meghan needs to cut her expenses and she had to do it immediately.
The expert claims that Meghan’s “massively extravagant spending” doesn’t play very well with the British people.
I am getting the feeling that the public don’t like her terrifically spending huge quantities of money. She is a wealthy woman, but it doesn’t play very well, so I think she needs to just watch that.
Taking an example from Kate Middleton
Meghan’s expenses in 2018 reportedly reached around $513,000, including her $379,000 baby shower; and by 2019, this point reached $3,7 M with a home renovation in Frogmore Estate.
Unlike Meghan, Kate Middleton is more modest in her expenses. The Duchess of Cambridge is known for recycling her favorite dresses. She did it several times with her gowns by Alexander McQueen.
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Maybe, Meghan indeed has to follow an example of the senior royal Kate and get rid of her luxurious lifestyle? We really want to hear your thoughts on this matter.