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Meghan Markle Criticized for 'Sloppy Look' as Nitpicking Turns Extreme

Updated on June 16, 2018

Meghan Markle has Run-In With Hector

Meghan Markle is the epitome of grace and fashion.
Meghan Markle is the epitome of grace and fashion. | Source

Hector Wins

While the show 'Suits' has made Meghan Markle very familiar with being in the spotlight, it didn't get her ready for what she was about to experience when it came to the spotlight as a Royal. Everywhere she steps out in public, the cameras are at the ready and waiting to capture her image no matter what she is doing at the time.

Much like Kate Middleton, an image of Meghan is now a money shot and the photographers are ready to catch Prince Harry's wife as soon as she shows her face in public. That means every movement or facial grimace she may make while in the public eye is bound to be caught in a photo.

It wasn't a look on Meghan's face that is causing an "absurd" uproar this week, but it was something about the newest Royal's hair that has people wagging their tongues about Meghan's presentation. In a nutshell, the wind was blowing and Meghan's hair was whipped up in the gusts.

She tried to hold back the rouge hair strands, but the wind was just too much, so Meghan experienced a bout of flyaway hair as storm Hector blew through.

Flyaway Hair

Meghan's hair was blowing in the wind and the critics came out of the woodwork.
Meghan's hair was blowing in the wind and the critics came out of the woodwork. | Source

Meghan's Staff Should Have Known Better

It seems that one of Meghan's outings this week occurred at a time when the winds from the storm named Hector was blowing through the area. Meghan wore her hair down but the wind had other designs on her. For a few seconds, the gale winds created a coiffure for Meghan that had her hair standing almost straight up as it whipped around her face.

Yes, Meghan had flyaway hair for a few moments, just as everyone else did who was around her at the time. She was seen attempting to hold her hair in place with her hand as the remnants of Hector blew through.

With the paparazzi at the ready, every one of Meghan's movements was captured in a photo and on video. According to Hello Giggles, the critics blamed Meghan for looking "sloppy" while representing the Royal Family during this engagement because of her wind-blown hair debacle.

Meghan Markle's critics lower the boom over fly-away hair.
Meghan Markle's critics lower the boom over fly-away hair. | Source

Enough Blame To Go Around

While Meghan was criticized for her hair, others blamed the staff at the Royal Family's disposal for not giving Prince Harry's new wife a heads-up about the weather. The armchair beauticians also hopped on the social media sites to offer their thoughts on how a bun would have been much more appropriate on such a windy day.

Something as simple as tying her hair back would have saved all this hoopla over Meghan's flyaway coiffure, which was another thought that other's conveyed online. It seems that Meghan's expected to not have the same problems as any other woman when it comes to getting caught in the wind.

All this criticizing over windblown hair is nothing short of ludicrous and hopefully some of these complainers will think about that next time a gust of wind tousles their hair about. Why Meghan is being held to such high and unobtainable standards is anyone's guess.

Yes, Meghan Markle married a prince, but even he puts his pants on one leg at a time. If Meghan's hair didn't move at all in that wind that would have spun a different story altogether. They would accuse her of using some sort of lacquer on her hair or at the very least conjure up some bizarre way to explain why this didn't happen.


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      Eli joy 

      5 months ago

      I love you Meghan and I love your remarkable mother as well ❤️

    • Roz Zurko profile imageAUTHOR

      Roz Zurko 

      5 months ago

      Thanks for your comment Marti, I couldn't have said it better.

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      Marti Cly 

      5 months ago

      Meghan is beautiful in every picture! People need to stop degrading her! WOW....


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