A lot has been written about Prince of Sussex Harry and his better-half, former Hollywood actor and Princess of Sussex, Meghan Markle since the passing away of Queen Elizabeth II, early this month. While there was some criticism, the couple mostly got adored by their touching gestures towards the late Queen before and after the televised funeral. Since the spotlight is back on Markle, her magazine cover for 'The Cut' magazine is going viral. The cover was shot before the Queen's death and has Meghan stunning in a black dress, embracing her freckles in style.
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, covered The Cut’s September 2022 issue in a striking colour-blocked dress by American designer Tory Burch, the cover shot is one of a series of all-black-and-white looks she's shot for the fashion magazine. The picture also features, Meghan's very-famous freckles, which have a separate fanbase.
According to Page Six, stylist Jessica Willis paired Markle’s sleeveless, full-skirted turtleneck frock with emerald-coloured statement earrings from Lanvin for the cover shot, which the “Archetypes” podcast host showed off with her center-parted, slicked-back hair.
As expected, Meghan also gave yet another explosive interview before the Queen's death and said that she hated having to share family photos with the same British media outlets whose readers called her “children the N-word.”
“Why would I give the very people that are calling my children the N-word a photo of my child before I can share it with the people that love my child?” Markle told The Cut.
“You tell me how that makes sense and then I’ll play that game,” she added.
Soon after the interview made it to the internet, the royal family got a jolt in the form of the Queen's death and both, Meghan and Harry flew to UK to be with their family, despite the differences.