Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle won't wear Victoria Beckham dresses again because she doesn't have a long torso. Pictured: Markle watches from a balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office during the annual Remembrance Sunday memorial at the Cenotaph on Whitehall on November 11, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Jack Taylor

Meghan Markle may have worn Victoria Beckham dresses in the past, but she has vowed not to do so again.

Thomas Mackie, a journalist for Express, revealed that Markle’s reason for not wearing clothes by the Spice Girls member is actually a valid one. During a previous interview, the Duchess of Sussex said that Victoria Beckham dresses do not suit her because she doesn’t have a long torso.

But in more than one occasion, Markle wore clothes by the designer and looked stunning in them. In December 2017, she donned a cream jumper in her engagement photos with Prince Harry. Earlier this year, the “Suits” alum wore the exact same attire during her and Prince Harry’s first joint trip to Northern Ireland.

Markle has also worn a spring coat by Mackage, a Greta Constantine emerald skirt, and a jumper by Victoria Beckham.

“Now, what I’m starting to learn is, even though things look amazing on the hanger, it doesn’t mean they’re going to look amazing on me. For example, I love Victoria Beckham dresses, but I don’t have a long torso to support that silhouette. I wore a lot of Burberry on ‘Suits,’ and I wear a lot of Prabal Gurung because Rachel Zane’s whole aesthetic is someone who comes from money and has a real classic design sensibility. It’s really modern because she’s still young. There’s also a lot of Tom Ford because as all paralegals do, she wears a Tom Ford skirt to the office,” she said.

Markle also said that girls come up to her on the street, and they feel as though they know her based on the skirt that she wore on “Suits” in the previous week’s episode.

“I’ll be like, ‘Well A, I was wearing it seven months ago, and B, it was a Tom Ford skirt – so you want to know but you don’t really want to know that it was a $5,000 skirt – and I don’t get to keep it,’” she said.