It has just been over a month since the wedding of Duke and Duchess of Sussex was celebrated on May 19, but fans have since seen much of the royal couple. The couple have been to a series of events since the wedding – together and separately – and they all had one thing in common: Meghan Markle wore all pink, white or light beige rouge. And as with many style decisions in the royal family, there could be some reasons for Markle's color choice.
According to applied color psychologist Karen Haller, who spoke to the Duchess Daily Mail Rosa wears to show how in love she is and because it's reassuring. "She subconsciously communicates through color that she is clearly in love," Haller said. "Soft pink conveys the loving, compassionate, caring side of love … I'm not at all surprised that she feels that way with the body language between her and Prince Harry," and she reflects this by selecting the softer pinks.
Haller also stated that wearing pink and other bright colors could help Markle take part in so many high-profile events. "The number of high profile engagements that Meghan has had since his official admission to the royal family would undoubtedly be very nerve-wracking," Haller told the Daily Mail . "Because the softer end of the pink spectrum is physically soothing, it's the perfect antidote to calm these nerves and lower heart rate."
While these reasons certainly make sense, perhaps the biggest reason behind Markle's decisions has to do with her very new place in the royal family. As an American, divorced, half-black actress, Markle had much hatred when she made an appointment with Prince Harry. So much so that Harry felt the need to publish an official statement condemning members of the press and the public who were rude or aggressive towards her. There was more controversy surrounding Markle who led the wedding when her family drama escalated. By no means should Markle prove himself – especially not to fanatics and internet hate – but if you join the royal family and become a very public figure representing a nation, you will want to let everything go as smoothly as possible, and Markle's style choice is part of this transition. The new Duchess is a strong woman who has made it clear that she wants her voice to be a royal one, but in the weeks following her wedding, she probably would not want to do anything that could attract attention, though she might do it she is not and the allegations would not be justified anyway.
By wearing red tones, Markle looks charming and appropriate for the events she attends, but does not look at it all conspicuously. Of course, they talk about their outfits, but they give critics a hard time when it comes to saying something negative. On her solo trip with Queen Elizabeth II, the queen wore lime green. They do not want to keep up with that – and with good reason. Not only is it presumptuous for Markle to wear glowing red next to the queen, it could also distract attention from the queen or clash with her outfit. The Queen wears very bright colors for a good reason: She wants people to see her. As Sophie, Countess of Wessex, explained in the documentary The Queen in 90 (via Women's World), "she must stand out so that people can say," I saw the Queen & # 39; ;. " The Queen's Daughter "Do not forget, if she shows up anywhere, the crowds are two, three, four, ten, fifteen, and someone wants to say they've seen a bit of the Queen's hat went over."