Meghan Markle wore expensive earrings at her son Archie’s christening.

On Saturday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrated their son’s baptism. Markle dressed up with a bespoke Dior gown and paired it a crisp white fascinator.

The duchess accessorized with a $15,000 Cartier diamond earrings. According to The Sun, the earrings weren’t new. She was first photographed using it at on her big day.

On the other hand, Kate Middleton looked beautiful and radiant in her Stella McCartney mini dress. The duchess paired her gorgeous dress with a red headband and matching red heels. According to the publication, Middleton already owned the dress since 2009.

Markle’s choice of wardrobe has been criticized because she is fond of wearing expensive clothes. Last week, she stepped out with a $1,800 outfit when she joined Prince Harry to watch a football game.

For the said outing, Markle wore an A-line dress by Stella McCartney. The black frock fell just above her knees and features a gold buckle detail that accentuated her post-baby figure. The dress was retailed at $1,035. She paired it with fashionable pointy flats from Aquazzura that costs $737.

Markle also has a $765,000 jewelry collection which is extensive compared to Middleton. The first-time mom has 91 pieces in her collection that include seven necklaces, 23 bracelets, 26 rings and 35 pair of earrings. On the other hand, Middleton only had 60 including Princess Diana’s sapphire engagement ring that’s worth an estimate of $382,000.

Aside from Markle’s overspending on her outfit, the public wasn’t happy after learning that they spent $3.05 million for the renovation of Frogmore Cottage and it was paid by the taxpayers’ money. Brits were all the more furious when the couple announced that they would keep their son’s christening private.

In a poll created by Express, 82 percent of the respondents said that the couple’ decision was wrong. For them, they are entitled to know the whereabouts of their son because Prince Harry and Markle’s privileged lives were paid by the people.

“They can be as private as they like if they stick to private funding only - if any public money (security etc) is involved then it becomes a public matter,” one said.

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex is pictured attending a panel discussion convened by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust on March 8, 2019 in London. Daniel Leal-Olivas - WPA Pool/Getty Images