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Royal wedding dress embroiderer says Meghan Markle "misjudged the role"

Embroiderer Chloe Savage, who helped make Meghan Markle's wedding dress, says she believes the Duchess of Sussex was unprepared for her role as a member of the royal family.

In 2018, Meghan married Prince Harry in a Givenchy dress by Clare Waight Keller. She paired the dress with a long silk tulle veil, which featured hand-embroidered flowers from all Commonwealth countries.

However, less than two years after the royal wedding, the couple announced their intention to give up their roles as high-ranking members of the royal family and move to North America, much to the surprise of many royal fans.

According to Savage, who was responsible for hand sewing a variety of flowers onto Meghan's veil, the decision was not surprising considering that she believes the duchess "misjudged" the role she was getting married in.

Royal wedding dress embroiderer says Meghan Markle "misjudged the role"

"I think she misjudged the role," Savage told Insider. "The royal family has ripped people apart before. Kate had a lot of time to adjust and adjust to it. They gave her time while Meghan dived head first."

The embroidery alleged that it was the "rules and regulations" of the royal family that ultimately influenced the couple's decision, and Savage added the requirements that come with being a royal that "practically broke" the late Princess Diana already. Sarah Ferguson.

"It has torn people apart before," she continued. "I know she's looser now than she used to be, but even then, I don't think she was ready for the things that she could and couldn't do, say and use."

According to Savage, one of the hardest parts for the Duchess may have been losing the ability to do what she wanted.

"She could have done an outstanding role, but I think everything was very difficult for her," she told the outlet. "She has always been able to do what she liked when she was happy, and unfortunately, with the royal family, granny rules-just."

Both Meghan and Harry have spoken at length about the public abuse the Duchess faced as a member of the royal family.

Before her departure, Meghan had revealed that her friends had advised her not to marry Harry, who warned her that the British tabloids would "destroy" her life.

The Duchess made the comments in the documentary Harry and Meghan: An African Journey, which followed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their royal tour of South Africa.

After coming under intense public scrutiny, Meghan said she tried to adopt a "stiff upper lip British sensibility" to cope with the pressure, but she admitted that the attempt was "probably really harmful."

“In all honesty, I've said to H for a long time, that's what I call it, it's not enough to just survive something, that's not the goal of life. You have to prosper. You have to feel happy, ”she said at the time.

The couple, along with their son Archie, have relocated to California, where they have started working for various charities and business ventures.

Savage, who also helped embroider Kate Middleton's royal wedding dress, made the comments after previously revealing that she has faced homelessness after jobs ran short and was forced to close her Chloe embroidery studio. Savage in the middle of the pandemic.

"It's been horrible," she told People last month. "We have had all our work literally dry."

The Independent has reached out to a representative for the Sussexes for comment.

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