Is Harry wearing Meghan’s jacket? Eagle-eyed fashion watchers believe Duchess may have lent a top to the gloomy-looking Prince to fit in with Beyoncé’s concert silver dress code (so can you spot the telling clue?)
- The Duke of Sussex did as the hit singer requested and wore something silver
- Prince Harry sported white trousers, a grey sweatshirt and a silver blazer
Prince Harry was spotted looking less than amused at Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour in California last night.
But was his glum look because of Meghan Markle‘s questionable dance moves or because he was potentially wearing a woman’s jacket?
Prince Harry sported white trousers, a grey sweatshirt and a silver blazer.
While the fashion choice may have been a hit with his stylish wife, some eagle-eyed fashionistas have been left puzzled as to why his blazer buttons are on the wrong side.
This sinful fashion choice left some wondering if Harry needed a last minute outfit and had to ask Meghan for a lifeline.
As most people know, the buttons on a woman’s jacket are typically sewn on the left-hand side and the men’s are attached on the right.
Photographs taken of Prince Harry clearly showed two dark buttons sewn onto the left side of his blazer.
Buttons are traditionally worn on the left-hand side of a female jacket because, in the Victorian era, women would often have maids and house staff to help them get dressed.
As most people are right-handed, the buttons on women’s clothes were put on the opposite, left-hand side to help servants carry out their work.
Servants were often used because the clothes worn by wealthy Victorian-era women were usually made up of multiple layers.
Men, meanwhile, have generally dressed themselves, meaning buttons on their clothes are designed to be done up by the wearer on their own.
While the Prince pulled off the look and looked his usual well-dressed self, some may question if the duke is exploring different areas of fashion now that he is no longer under the watchful eye of his family.
His wife Meghan has previously claimed that when living in the UK, she ‘toned down’ her wardrobe and ‘adapted accordingly’.
Although it is unclear whether royal women are asked to abide by this hierarchical dress code, the Queen famously wore bright colours for public engagements.
But silver did not seem to be the go to choice for the late majesty.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were among thousands of fans who crowded into the SoFi Stadium last night as the artist continued her world tour.
But Harry appeared disinterested as the pair were spotted in a private box along with Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland.
All members of their group wore silver.
During the performance, Harry was seen with his hands firmly in his pockets or glued to his phone.
It comes at the start of a busy week for the Sussexes, with Harry set to jet out to London for a charity event on the eve of the first anniversary of the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, before moving onto Dusseldorf in Germany for the start of the Invictus Games.
Earlier this week, the couple released their latest Netflix series, Heart of Invictus, which featured athletes preparing for last year’s edition of the games and saw Harry open up about his mental health struggles after returning from military duty in Afghanistan.