Despite Meghan Markle looking gorgeous and all smiles at her first Trooping the Colour ceremony in an off-the-shoulder, sleeveless dress, some critics on Twitter slammed the look as "inappropriate" for Queen Elizabeth's annual birthday parade, according to Page Six. The event in which the military shows off their flags as they march throughout the Buckingham Palace square is a grand tradition, dating back 250 years.
"Off the shoulder is inappropriate day wear at the Trooping or any official engagement," one critic clapped, as noted Page Six. "I do feel her choice of an off the shoulder dress was pushing it for HRH Queen Elizabeth's Birthday celebration. I have a feeling she's going to push the limits a little too much?!"
Another dubbed the look as "wholly inappropriate." This was Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex's big debut with her royal in-laws, waving to the public on the infamous balcony at Buckingham Palace, as reported previously by Inquisitr. Being such a huge event for Britain, marking the day the queen was born, meaning her coronation, everything is under more scrutiny, though considering how harsh British tabloids can be on their royals, is there ever an event that isn't?