Meghan and Kate quarrel over Charlotte’s dress: That’s what the tailor says

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Zoff dress between Meghan and Kate: now the tailor speaks for itself

Meghan and Harry at their wedding in May 2018 with bridesmaids and bell maids

Meghan and Harry at their wedding in May 2018 with bridesmaids and bell maids

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Bridesmaids’ dresses caused a row between Meghan and her sister-in-law Kate in 2018. Prince Harry writes about the altercation in his book. Now the tailor who was involved at that time also spoke.

It’s a detail that made headlines on the sidelines of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan’s wedding in 2018, and is now being discussed again with the release of Harry’s memoir, Spear. Just days before the ceremony, Meghan and her sister-in-law Kate entered the wedding ceremony. fight. It was all about the bridesmaids’ dresses, including Kate’s daughter, Charlotte.

The British press wrote at the time that Megan brought Prince William’s wife to tears with her demands. Now Prince Harry describes the situation in his book quite differently: it was not Kate, but Meghan, who was crying. As evidence, he quotes from a conversation between the two women.

Now the tailor who changed the dresses of the six bridesmaids spoke. “Weddings are stressful and especially ones of such a high standard. You have to respect that. They’ve had a problem everyone at a wedding faces – last-minute mishaps. I can understand getting excited when dresses don’t fit. It’s nerve-wracking,” Ajay Mirpuri told the newspaper. British Daily Mail. Nothing was noticed about the feud between Megan and Kate.

However, he confirmed that all six dresses, like Megan’s wedding dress, came from the luxury brand Givenchy, and must be changed after that. This was one of Kate’s demands, according to Harry’s book. Charlotte’s dress alone was not “too wide, too long, and too voluminous”. Harry wrote in Spear that the children’s clothing “was French fashion and hand-sewn made to measure only, so it wasn’t too bad a surprise if alterations were required.”

But in the end, it was not the Givenchy employees who did the work, but the designer Ajay Mirpuri and his team. “I’m a king and I wanted to do everything I could with my little business to serve the royal family. We just raised our heads and said, ‘Now we’re here and we’ve got to fix it so good Britain that day here it is.'” “If this book hadn’t come out, no one would have known it was us,” he told the Daily Mail.

The bridesmaids’ dresses were changed four days before the wedding

Four days before Harry and Meghan’s wedding, Mirbury and his men began changing dresses. “Four of us worked until 4am three nights in a row getting them ready. We left Windsor Castle at 10pm the night before the wedding. Has anyone ever complained about the bridesmaids’ dresses and looks on the wedding day? The answer is no,” said the tailor, who Atelier in Abbey Londoner New Bond Street lies.

Harry and Meghan had six bridesmaids in total, all of whom wore a similar white dress. In addition to Princess Charlotte, there were Harry’s daughters Florence van Cutsem and Zalie Warren and three girls from Meghan’s circle of friends, including Ivy Mulroney, the daughter of her best friend Jessica Mulroney.

There was only one question that tailor Ajay Mirpuri did not want to answer: how much does it cost to change clothes and who wears them. “I’m not going to reveal it, nor who paid the bill. I can’t say if it’s four or five figures. But whoever made the mistake paid the bill,” he explained.

Those: “daily Mail”

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