Meghan Markle is celebrate everywhere, from the aisles of Wal-Mart to the pages of Vogue for her always chic, often aspiration-friendly fashion choices. In a rare forehead-slapper, the royal suffered an epic (but totally relatable) fashion faux pas in Tonga.
She and Prince Harry were welcomed at Fua’amotu Airport on Thursday by by Princess Angelika Latufuipeka. Meghan was wearing a ravishing red dress in the same hue as the Tongan flag, designed by Self-Portrait, but (scandal!) there was a visible tag attached.
Also of note: it seems that Meghan’s bridal-inspired custom Theia evening dress worn on the tour needed an adjustment to make room for her pregnant belly. Which means, Theia designer Don O’Neill knew about her pregnancy before the rest of the world. Said O’Neill: "We needed to remake it with extra seam allowance. We knew immediately why this extra allowance was required, but mum’s the word, and with less than one week to my bridal show, all hands were on deck once more. We re-made the gown, and I literally had to run down Broadway that Friday night to catch the UPS truck, making it with just two minutes to spare!"