Meghan Markle’s wedding dress was recently criticized months after her royal nuptials.

Royal commentators Lisa Ryan and Kaitlin Menza revealed their differing opinions on Markle’s bridal gown on the podcast “Royally Obsessed.” Before sharing their thoughts, the writers first read an email sent out by a royal fan named Anna.

“In the early episode you discussed Meghan Markle’s wedding dress and how she had not seen it more than once before her wedding day,” the fan wrote.

The experts clarified that they specifically referred to Markle’s wedding veil and not her dress.

“I point this out because I didn’t care for her dress at all, the biggest reason being the poor fit, and this something that should have been corrected given that she did have a number of fittings. The veil, however, was stunning and a sweet surprise for her,” Menza said.

The Duchess of Sussex’s wedding gown and veil were designed by Givenchy director Clare Waight Keller. The veil featured embroidered flowers from all the Commonwealth countries. It was Markle’s idea to incorporate the flowers of the Commonwealth as a surprise to Prince Harry and a tribute to the royal family. However, Markle only saw the finished product on the day of her wedding.

According to Menza, if Markle only saw her wedding gown and veil more times before her big day, she would have been able to adjust it to make it fit better. On the other hand, Ryan declared that she loved Prince Harry’s wife’s wedding dress.

Menza clarified that she also loved the dress and the concept but she didn’t like how it looked on the Duchess of Sussex.

Meanwhile, designer Emilia Wickstead faced backlash after she criticized Markle’s wedding gown after her nuptials on May 19 at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Wickstead said that if a simple design was chosen for Markle, her designers should have made sure that it fit perfectly on her. She also said that Markle’s gown looked a little bit too loose.

Mahlia Chang, a writer for Harper’s Bazaar, said that the fabric used for the gown was extremely thick.