Publicado: Sol, Marcha 18, 2018
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Here's How Meghan Markle Pays for Her Incredible Royal Wardrobe

Here's How Meghan Markle Pays for Her Incredible Royal Wardrobe

However, while that would mean that the pair would share their impressive net worth, it would open them up to some big problems for a temporary period, due to Markle's US citizenship. The letter is formal, but the 91-year-old couldn't help but refer to her grandson (whom she has a very close relationship with) by the most adorable term.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: 'Her Majesty finally gave consent to the marriage of Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle under the Succession to the Crown Act by making a declaration at the meeting of the Privy Council on March 14, 2018'.

Whatever route the couple chooses, they would have to wait until the time passed where Markle could become a British citizen before having an available option that guarantees they wouldn't have to worry about taxes at all. So yes, that means that the stunning Ralph & Russo ball gown that Markle wore in her engagement photos was indeed purchased-reportedly for around $75,000.

Harry would be following the example of his brother, Prince William, who rejected a prenup before tying the knot with Kate Middleton.

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After her wedding to Prince Harry in May, the duchess' wardrobe expenses will be taken from a fund that Prince Charles gives to his sons and their respective wives. In fact, when Lady Diana Spencer married Prince Charles in 1981, she actually mixed his name up, saying "Philip Charles Arthur George" instead of "Charles Philip Arthur George".

"Given the level of equality so clearly on display between Harry and Meghan, it's highly likely that she too will choose to forgo the custom", royals expert Victoria Arbiter told Town & Country.

He also joked that he hopes he doesn't make any mistakes in the ceremony such as drop the ring or say the vows incorrectly.

The groom-to-be said: 'For me, this issue is personal. "So, you need to find something that's going to work for that location", she said.

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