So let’s get the Thanks Dad For Not Pulling Out And Creating A Fcking Legend Vintage T-Shirt Besides,I will do this clothes and their messaging out of the way first: Prince Harry, stripped now of his uniforms but embracing the Montecito lifestyle in dégagé J.Crew; Meghan channeling the Duchess of Windsor in a pregnancy-appropriate Giorgio Armani triple-silk-georgette dress with an abstract-print splosh that apparently represented lotus flowers (symbolizing “enlightenment, self-regeneration and rebirth,” as Town & Country assured me). She accented the dress with a trio of aquamarine teardrops from Pippa Small that she’d previously worn in Tonga during the couple’s 2018 tour—when she proved to be such a popular, telegenic whizz at the job that the Institution (the palace administrative infrastructure—or was it the Firm, the royal family and key courtiers and advisors?) apparently balked and the problems began—and a diamond tennis bracelet that appeared to have been the one that had belonged to her late mother-in-law, whose own star turn in the antipodes in 1983 similarly signaled the beginning of the end of her own very short-lived honeymoon with the Firm and indeed her husband. (See The Crown, season three, episode six, Terra Nullius.) Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, finished it all off with fiendishly vertiginous Aquazzura stiletto heels that seemed ill-suited to the manicured lawns of the neighboring friend’s garden where the trio found themselves, shaded by a verdant brick pergola from the glorious California light, but perhaps were intended to suggest that the wearer was not to be trifled with. The Duchess of Windsor, I was reminded, had the soles of her shoes polished in case they were revealed when she crossed her ankles.
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And then the Thanks Dad For Not Pulling Out And Creating A Fcking Legend Vintage T-Shirt Besides,I will do this interview began. Five minutes in, after some airy persiflage (“Does one Google ‘how to curtsy’?” asked Oprah playfully), the bombs started exploding, dampish squibs in the beginning. Petty, thought I, when the Duchess of Sussex assured us that it was the Duchess of Cambridge who had made her cry and not vice versa as was widely reported at the time: Surely emotions always run high in the lead-up to a wedding and many tears have been spilled over bridesmaids dresses. Perhaps both ladies cried? “She has apologized,” said Meghan, “I have forgiven her.” I clenched my buttocks at the thought of the Duchess of Cambridge’s reaction to that nugget of magnanimity.