Stylist Juliet Angus Said That Meghan Markle Once Struggled To Find Fashion Houses To Dress Her

Stylist Juliet Angus Said That Meghan Markle Once Struggled To Find Fashion Houses To Dress Her
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Following her engagement to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has become a muse for the fashion industry around the world, from young women to old, from rich to poor. There's no doubt she has become one of the most influential women on the globe.

And these days, fashion designers are at each others' throats to get the chance to dress her, considering the obvious marketing advantages to their potential collaboration.

However, Juliet Angus, the Ladies of London star, who also moonlights as a stylist, claimed that wasn't always the case. In fact, when she first started, "no big designers wanted to loan."

Today, Juliet shared a photograph of Meghan and her husband, Harry, after the pair was leaving the church and heading out to go to the wedding reception.

Angus wrote in the caption that it wasn't always easy for Meghan to get people to be interested in dressing her. "you won't have that problem anymore," Juliet remarked.

In an interview with People Magazine, Angus said her personal experiences working with popular fashion houses was challenging at times. Clearly, such a situation won't be the case anymore for the "Suits" alum, as Meghan wore a Givenchy dress made by Clare Waight Keller.

Moreover, the actress turned heads on Friday night, when she showed off her beautiful features as she went to her wedding reception with Harry. She wore an outfit designed by Stella McCartney.

In addition to showing off famous fashion brands, Meghan also rocked the ring that Princess Diana wore on several different occasions, including in 1996 and 1997.

Diana was spotted wearing one at a dinner in Australia and again at an auction for some of her personal belongings. As the world knows, Diana lost her life in a tragic car accident on the 31st of August, 1997, over twenty years ago.


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