Meghan Markle’s ‘revenge’ wardrobe during final Royal outings was all about ‘going out with a bang’, new book claims

MEGHAN Markle wore a “revenge” wardrobe for her final royal outings and wanted to “go out with a bang”, it has been claimed. 

The Duchess of Sussex, 39, captivated royal fans with a breathtaking wardrobe worth £26,400 for her final five-day visit. 

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Vanity Fair called her wardrobe at the time a “masterclass in revenge dressing”, and compared her looks to Princess Diana’s infamous little black dress the night Prince Charles did his bombshell interview about Camilla. 

Now authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand have shared in their Finding Freedom biography how Meghan’s outfits were carefully selected. 

They wrote how Meghan’s make-up artist and close pal Daniel Martin had joked she should “go out with a bang” during her final week as a working senior royal. 

Speaking of Meghan and Harry, 35, arriving in the rain at the Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House, the authors wrote: “[they served as a showstopping reminder of their ability to command the world's attention.

“Earlier in the day Daniel Martin (who, when planning all her looks for the week, had joked, ‘Go out with a bang!’) had done her makeup and George Northwood her hair.

“The pictures of the couple beaming under their umbrella as they arrived at the event went viral around the world.

“'The sparkling rain in the frame was pure coincidence, but the confident walk into Mansion House venue and Meghan's blue midi dress by Victoria Beckham, were carefully planned.”

During the farewell tour, Meghan ticked off some of her go-to designer looks, including Givenchy – the fashion house behind her wedding dress – and Victoria Beckham.

She also championed eight British labels during her and Harry's last engagements. 

Meanwhile, to show support for International Women's Day, Meghan donned pieces by female designers Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney, among others. 

One of her stand-out last outfits was a floor-length red gown by Safiyaa ‘Kalika’ dress worth £1,295 at the Mountbatten Festival of Music.

And who could forget her caped emerald green dress by Emilia Wickstead and matching hat as she attended her last official engagement in London at Westminster Abbey?

The stunning insight into the couple's lives has been released this week in the form of Finding Freedom, an unauthorised biography that followed their journey stepping down from their duties.

Among some of the more explosive claims is that Meghan felt people wanted her to serve her child "on a silver platter" after Archie was born, and that the couple had to let go of their son's nanny in the middle of her second shift.

Details of their whirlwind romance were also revealed as it was claimed Harry said "I love you" just three months into their relationship – and started to scout for an engagement ring just six months in.

It was further claimed Princess Eugenie was upset when they announced they were expecting at her wedding.

The couple's spokesperson and the authors of the biography have insisted that they had no involvement in the book.

However, buried in an "author's note" at the back of the book is this admission: "We have spoken to close friends of Harry and Meghan, royal aides and palace staff (past and present), the charities and organisations they have built long-lasting relationships with and, when appropriate, the couple themselves."

Finding Freedom key points

  • Harry felt like he and Meghan were 'thrown under the bus' to protect the royal family
  • Meghan felt people wanted her to serve her child "on a silver platter" after Archie was born
  • The Sussexes had to let go of Archie's nanny in the middle of her second shift
  • Prince Harry was "delightfully surprised" when Meghan reportedly peed in the wood on their luxury camping trip in Botswana
  • Harry was stunned after Meghan's estranged family gave a series of interviews criticising the duchess
  • Meghan had to undergo kidnapping training after an unusually high number of threats
  • She fell for Prince Harry after seeing him play with pal Jessica Mulroney's kids
  • The Duchess of Sussex saw Prince Charles as a 'second father'

A spokesperson for the couple has also previously said: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not interviewed and did not contribute to Finding Freedom.

"This book is based on the authors' own experiences as members of the royal press corps and their own independent reporting."

Harry and Meghan have recently bought a house in Santa Barbara after leaving Tyler Perry's $18million Los Angeles mansion.

Here is why Meghan and Prince Harry chose Santa Barbara to raise Archie, from top private schools to A-list playmates.

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