Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle subtly promotes the causes that are close to her heart with her wardrobe. Pictured: Markle smiles as she leaves the Hubb Community Kitchen to see how funds raised by the 'Together: Our Community' Cookbook are making a difference at Al Manaar, North Kensington on November 21, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Meghan Markle has been secretly sidestepping royal protocol to promote worthy causes, claims stylist Ceril Campbell.

While speaking on ITV’s documentary “Meghan: The Story So Far,” Campbell said that Markle’s choice of a sky-blue flowy number was her way of sending a message to her fans.

“She saying whatever you put into this world you want to give back something,” she said.

Campbell also talked about Markle’s Rothy’s ballet pumps, which she wore during her trip to the beach in Melbourne. Rothy’s is known for using single-use plastic bottles to make comfortable and stylish flat shoes.

The stylist said that there is always an underlying message when it comes to Markle’s wardrobe. Every single thing that the Duchess of Sussex wears gets her values and messages, which is all about saving the planet, being green, and empowering women, out to the public.

Markle also made headlines this week after her Christmas attire from last year was revisited ahead of this year’s holiday celebration. At the time, Prince Harry’s wife wore a red dress with a low neckline designed by Canadian brand Club Monaco.

The “Tay” dress cost $276, and Markle paired it with her $793 Stuart Weitzman’s Hiline high-heeled suede boots, as well as her $1,321 Chloe handbag.

This year, Markle is expected to follow a stricter dress code when she attends the Christmas celebration in Sandringham. A royal insider claimed that the gathering is a black-tie event and female royals wear gowns and tiaras on Christmas Eve.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Markle also released this first Christmas card as a married couple. However, the photo that they chose was plagued with criticisms. In the snap, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s backs are turned toward the camera. They are looking up at the beautiful fireworks. The picture was taken during their wedding reception on May 19.

“I do not like Harry & Meghan Christmas card photo. What’s the point of the back of their heads?” one person tweeted.

“I have to say that if I got a Christmas card from Harry and Meghan I would be insulted that they had turned their backs to me. Just not cricket,” another person wrote.