Stella McCartney, who designed one of the dresses Meghan Markle wore at her wedding, shared on the social network a photograph of the Duchess of Sussex wearing an overcoat of her own during the ceremony honoring veterans and Commonwealth soldiers who lost their lives in the war. – the Remembrance Sunday. The publication, made Monday, was deleted after McCartney's followers accused the designer of improperly promoting her brand on such a solemn day for the British community.
The publication featured the Duchess of Sussex in a black overcoat, suede hat, leather gloves, and a poppy pin on the lapel, a symbol of the date. The photograph was taken at a commemorative military ceremony on Sunday, known as Remembrance Sunday (celebrated on the second Sunday of November, closest to Remembrance Day, or 11, when the conflicts of World War I ceased in 1918). ). In the photo description, McCartney said he was "very honored" to see Meghan with his play.
In 16 hours, the photograph received approximately 44,000 likes. But while some followers admired the Duchess's ensemble, most thought the designer missed the occasion to promote her pieces. Stella Mccartney did not comment on the controversy, but deleted the publication.
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