Meghan Markle Suffers Unfortunate Wardrobe Malfunction With Visible Tag in Tonga
Meghan Markle's dress tag was showing as she came off a plane in Tonga with Prince Harry.
Tag — you're it! Meghan Markle has been caught with the manufacturer's label hanging off her dress.
It happened as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived on the remote South Pacific island of Tonga. The tag could be seen dangling from the edge of Meghan's red dress.
So is she planning to return it? Inside Edition found the garment online for $513. The brand, Self-Portrait, only allows returns if the tag remains attached.
Despite, or perhaps because, of the faux pas, the dress has now largely sold out.
Prince Harry and Meghan, who are expecting their first child together, are in the midst of a 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
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