Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle should wear more British designers, says a journalist. Pictured: Markle attends day twelve of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 14, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Clive Mason

Meghan Markle may have already given up on British style because she has only been spotted in clothes created by British designers twice.

Since marrying Prince Harry on May 19, Markle has worn clothes designed by Americans 22 times. This is a great amount compared to the two times that she’s worn British designed-attire.

Dinah Van Tulleken, a journalist for the Daily Mail, noted that Markle has only been photographed in Ralph Lauren, Carolina Herrera or Oscar de la Renta pieces. When it comes to European brands, Markle has favored Prada, Dior and Givenchy.

The journalist noted that just like Kate Middleton, Markle has the power to influence other women on what to wear and what brands to support. This is why it’s quite surprising that the Duchess of Sussex has favored far-flung designers over home-grown ones.

“A former actress who curated a lifestyle blog The Tig, it’s likely Markle joined ‘the firm’ with pre-established favorite designers, as well as friends and contacts in the fashion industry. And as an American who spent a lot of time working in Toronto filming the TV series ‘Suits,’ it’s not surprising she often favors Canadian fashion brands that are virtually unknown in the U.K. These include the House of Nonie and Judith & Charles,” Tulleken noted.

Markle may have fallen in love with the House of Nonie because her best friend, Jessica Mulroney, is also a huge fan of the label.

In related news, the journalist said that Markle most definitely knows that she is able to send out strong messages through her choices of clothing. As such, she should consider supporting British labels more since she is now residing in London with Prince Harry.

“It might be more appropriate to her new role if Meghan championed UK designers – especially our up and coming talent – instead,” Tulleken wrote.

In August, Markle celebrated her 100th day as a royal, and Forbes compiled the Duchess best fashion style. Majority of the stunning pieces she wore was indeed designed by American designers. But despite all of her choices, Markle was still described as a revolutionary force in Britain by contributor Cecilia Rodriguez.