By Isabel Jones
Oct 25, 2018 @ 9:45 am
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrived at Tonga’s Fua’amotu Airport on Thursday looking like true royalty — the former in a belted cherry red Self Portrait midi dress, and the latter a beige suit.

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In case you were beginning to fear that the Duchess of Sussex was too unattainably perfect, we have some proof that even she is prone to the occasional slip-up. I mean, barely, but we’ll take it.

As she and Harry stepped off their plane, the wind swept up the hem of Meghan’s gown, revealing — gasp — a pink tag.

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OK, we’ll admit, this is hardly a Janet Jackson at the Super Bowl-level malfunction. Everyone forgets to remove a tag every now and then — me, Jennifer Aniston (the best of us, really). And as far as tags go, this was really the least inflammatory it possibly could be — no prices, no sizes. Can you imagine if Meghan stepped off a plane with one of those sticky plastic size strips pasted on her chest? Oy.

Anyway, this was Meghan’s second outfit of the day — she concluded her stay in Fiji in a teal shift dress — so we’ll forgive her a bit of sartorial imperfection. She certainly made up for it later that evening when she arrived at a formal reception in a white Theia gown (sans visible tags) and a ring previously worn by Princess Diana.

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