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One royal photographer explains why it's so hard to get photos of Meghan Markle - Page 7 of 36 - Kiwi Report

One royal photographer explains why it's so hard to get photos of Meghan Markle


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[post_page_title]The Meghan Effect[/post_page_title]
In fact, as Meghan integrated herself more and more into the British Royal Family, the more people across the globe began to recognize that she was a style icon.

Her outfits would sell out in seconds, and Pinterest boards were filling up with photos of the new Royal in her many dress coats and gowns. She isn’t the first royal to have such an effect on the world, though. Before the “Meghan Effect” there was the “Kate Effect,” and experts suggest that the Duchess of Cambridge brings a whopping $1 billion to the British fashion market each year.

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