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Criticism to Prince Charles for his parents’ investments in his children and his families

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The specialist in British royalty, Emma Forbes, said earlier this year’s Meghan is going to live in America and I can’t imagine Prince Charles saying ‘Listen, come to Givenchy twice a year, take whatever you want, we’ll pay the bill’

Chancellor Charles of England raked in seven millions of dollars for their two children and their families last year. More than 750,000 more than last year. This is how the newspaper explained it The Express, who monitored Clarence House accounts between April 2019 and March 2020, when the whole world was blocked because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The costs of this figure are not broken down between William y Harry, although some Britons are not happy that the youngest son and his wife Meghan Markle were involved in this grant. In fact, an angry person on Twitter said: “Now that Harry and Meghan have left the monarchy they should return the designer clothes purchased by Prince Charles for them.”

Luxe wardrobe financed by Prince Charles

In this sense, Meghan Markle might start to have empty clothes, since her wardrobe was funded by the duchy of Cornwall of Prince Charles since her marriage to Prince Harry. A fund that also financed the Duchess of Sussex Jeweller as well as 95% of the couple’s lifestyle. The specialist in British royalty, Emma Forbes, earlier this year said, ‘If Meghan is going to live in America, I can’t imagine Prince Charles saying, ‘Listen, come to Givenchy twice a year, take whatever you want, we’ll pay the bill’

As a few months ago, the wardrobe of Meghan Markle since joining the British royal family is estimated at over one million pounds. Since she married Prince Harry, an original dress, luxury accessories and high-fashion jewelry were common in the actress’ public appearances. In fact, her preferences became more expensive and exclusive and it was very rare to see her hairstyles in the months leading up to her departure from the British Royal Household, something common among other royals like Máxima de Holland or Queen Letizia herself.

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