Meghan Markle in luxury madness despite Megxit


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Since their dramatic exit from the British royal family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have lived a middle-class life in California. But the former Duchess of Sussex does not want to do without the usual luxury.

Montecito – When Meghan Markle (41) and Prince Harry (38) said yes on May 19, 2018, few could have guessed what turbulent years would lie ahead for the two. After a revealing interview with talk show legend Oprah Winfrey (68), Harry and Meghan announced their exit as full-time royals in 2021 and built a new life in the US state of California – far from the awesome halls of Buckingham Palace.

Designer clothes even after “Megxit”: Meghan Markle lives in luxury in California

Before receiving the title of Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle gained notoriety as an actress, appearing on the law firm Suits from 2011 to 2018. If she was already a common name at the time, it was probably her relationship with the son of King Charles III. (74) who introduced her to the world of beautiful and sparkling things. At public appearances, like her sister-in-law Kate Middleton (40), she always relies on carefully put together ensembles and inspires millions with her stylish appearance.

Meghan Markle in luxury madness despite Megxit
Meghan Markle always presents herself in top style at her public appearances. Her white ensemble at the Invictus Games in The Hague is said to have cost the Duchess of Sussex more than 20,000 euros. © IMAGO/Starface; IMAGO/ADJUST

Although Prince Harry’s fortune is estimated at more than 30 million euros, the prince and his sweetheart are largely on their own after their “Megxit”. The Sussexes’ main sources of income are likely to be their deals with Netflix and publisher Random House, which are said to have made them more than $100 million richer. The rain of money that the controversial projects brought them is also reflected in Meghan’s wardrobe: Because how Daily Mail reports that the total value of her clothes worn in 2022 is the equivalent of 90,000 euros – a drastic increase on the 65,000 euros she is said to have spent in 2021.

Harry and Meghan wanted to change their Netflix documentary

In addition to their book deal with global publisher Random House, which will launch Harry’s autobiography “Spare” in January 2023, the collaboration with Netflix is ​​Harry and Meghan’s second major project. Although Harry & Meghan began filming over a year ago, the couple reportedly had doubts about the end product. how Page Six reported that since the death of Queen Elizabeth II († 96) they have tried to change the content of the show – while the streaming provider has insisted on broadcasting the format at the planned time and unchanged. “Harry and Meghan have concerns about their own history, about their own project,” a Netflix insider told the newspaper in early October.

Meghan Markle all in white: Duchess of Sussex with luxury ensemble in The Hague

As the British magazine further reports, Meghan Markle’s most expensive outfit is said to have been the white designer pantsuit she wore in April 2022 to the opening of the Paralympic sporting event Invictus Games in The Hague, which was hosted by Prince Harry. The tailor-made outfit from the Milan luxury brand Valentino is said to have cost almost 2,500 euros alone – the gold Cartier necklace also cost a dizzying 13,500 euros.

Even after leaving the British royal family and moving to the noble town of Montecito, where she and her husband live in a property costing almost 40 million euros, Meghan Markle seems to treat herself to the beautiful things in life. how Daily Mail writes, her 90,000 euro wardrobe is an increase on the previous year, but a clear contrast to the equivalent of 237,000 euros with which she dressed in 2019. Meanwhile, a Royals expert reveals that Meghan Markle is said to be dissatisfied with her Netflix documentary. Sources used: dailymail.co.uk, hellomagazine.com, Bunte.de, pagesix.com



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