Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex and queen of the messy bun, has officially added a new hairstyle to her rotation.
While on an official visit with Prince Harry to Loughborough, England, for the inaugural Coach Core Awards, the duchess wore her hair pin-straight for the first time — publicly, at least — since becoming a royal. She paired the new 'do with her signature natural-looking makeup, and wore a navy Oscar de La Renta top with black flared pants from Altuzarra. She also wore high-heeled booties for a successful attempt at playing netball, which was nothing short of impressive.
Since her wedding, Markle has tended toward pulling her hair back or wearing it in a wavy blowout, but Monday's event was the first time since marrying Prince Harry that fans have seen her strands looking so sleek — a throwback to her red-carpet days, perhaps? And in addition to debuting straightened hair, Markle also showed off some newly chopped layers around her face.
Markle's hair is naturally curly, which means it likely requires a few products and a quality flatiron to achieve such a straight style. Earlier this year, her former hairstylist Lydia F. Sellers revealed some of Markle's hair-care staples, which include Oribe volumizing spray, Kevin Murphy Smooth Again Lotion, and the Kérastase Nutritive Oleo-Relax collection.
While we're pretty sure Markle's latest hairstyle is just a sign that she felt like changing things up and nothing more, some Twitter detectives are assigning a deeper meaning to the switch. Some people think it's a sign she may be pregnant (which begs the reminder, please don't assume someone is pregnant until they confirm it themselves), given that Kate Middleton changed up her hair only a few weeks before announcing her pregnancy with Prince George. "Pattern is Duchess of Cambridge changes her hairstyle, people concentrate on her head, then announces pregnancy. My gfs called this wks ago!," tweeted one person.
It's a stretch, but at least we now have yet another royal hairdo to copy.
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