Meghan Markle’s favourite designer got her Twitter account suspended amidst of her claims that the wedding dress of the Duchess of Cambridge was similar to one of her own creations.
Emilia Wickstead—a New Zealander had told that the spectacular gown, which as per rumours costed something in between £200,000 to £387,000, was identical to one of her own designs costing around £7,000.
The claim of the London-based designer about the royal wedding dress, created by Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller, sparked an uproar on social media.
The story took another amazing turn when the Twitter account of Emilia got suspended. Anyone trying to access her account is being shown the message that “This account has been suspended”. However, no reasons are known for this suspension.
Ms Wickstead as per reports lashed out earlier last week saying that the Duchess’s dress is similar to the one created by her.
While talking with Daily Mail, Emilia Wickstead said that for simple designs fitting should be perfect, on the contrary, Meghan Markle’s dress was loose.
Talking about the Duchess’s hair she said that she thought to herself that it’s the weeding hold back the curls.
Twitter was full of remarks on her comments. One of the fans of the Duchess wrote that it seems Emili Wickstead must have strong guts to talk rudely against the royal wedding dress.
Seems highly doubtful to me that Emilia Wickstead would talk so critically & publicly about another designers work/very high profile client.
— Jennifer 👑 (@LadySassington) May 25, 2018
Tactless comments. Design is classic, not original to #emiliawickstead. Really ugly comment with shameful undertones. As we proudly say in the US, ‘girl, bye.’
— Lindsay Ellenbogen (@ElleExplains) May 25, 2018
So, I guess we can all remove Emilia Wickstead from our predictions for designer of Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress.
— Tiara Watcher (@tiarawatcher) May 26, 2018
Hope the Duchess of Sussex never wears Emilia Wickstead again. How rude.
— Cariadissima 🍸 (@cariadissima_) May 25, 2018