Meghan Markle’s See-Through Skirt Moment Has Happened To All Of Us

This is honestly so relatable

Wardrobe malfunction

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The royal tour is finally coming to an end, with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry due to return to England tomorrow, following 16 days traveling around New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, and the Kingdom of Tonga.

And for her final day of the royal tour, one of Meghan’s stunning outfits included a custom Givenchy skirt, which it transpired looked slightly see-through in some photos, as pointed out by Cosmopolitan and Twitter user @pattyhuntington.

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However, rather than being a straightforward wardrobe malfunction, it seems as though Meghan’s Givenchy skirt is made from a fabric which often appears transparent, especially in bright light. As Meghan was on an outdoor walkabout meeting with fans in Rotorua, New Zealand, it seems as though the bright sunlight unexpectedly made the pleated skirt seem see-through:

Meghan Markle walkabout

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Meghan Markle walkabout

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Basically, Meghan’s sheer skirt moment is all too relatable, especially for anyone who’s gotten dressed inside in dim light, only to walk outside and realize that their outfit is more revealing than they initially thought.

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Meghan and Harry’s walkabout at Rotorua Government Gardens featured the sweetest moment when a little girl climbed through the barriers so that she could meet the Duchess. Meghan seemed to think that the little fan was adorable:
Meghan Markle walkabout

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Earlier in the day, Meghan and Harry visited Te Papaiouru Marae where they attended a traditional Māori welcoming ceremony called a pōwhiri. Meghan had to take off her Manolo Blahnik BB pumps (which you can still shop) for the occasion, at which the Duke and Duchess were dressed in traditional Korowai robes:

Meghan at traditional Māori welcoming ceremony called a pōwhiri

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Te Papaiouru Marae

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This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US.
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