Yes, we are writing about Jessica Mulroney again. It seems the Jewish stylist mom will stay in the news as long as her BFF Meghan Markle does (um, forever?), and we aim to keep you current.
You may remember how Mulroney “secretly” saved Meghan Markle’s style in her recent string of engagements. Neither Mulroney nor Markle confirmed this, but many applauded the looks (a fitted yellow dress! An “appropriately understated yet chic” olive green number!).
But now, dear Kvellers, we have news to report.
This morning, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (a.k.a. Prince Harry and Meghan) visited an exhibit celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela, 100 years after his birth. Markle’s style is always highly scrutinized, and today was no different — at this event, she wore a dress by the House of Nonie, a Canadian brand.
And guess who picked it? Jessica Mulroney, obviously.
Meghan’s Mirror, a blog dedicated to covering Markle’s style, reported, “While the dress was purchased in 2017 while Meghan was still living in Canada, her choice to wear it today may be a welcome sign that Jessica is working more closely on Meghan’s royal wardrobe.”
Plus, in an Instagram post, the brand wrote, “What an amazing day for us! Thank you @jessicamulroney ♥️” They also tagged her and “Kensington Royal” (the instagram account for Prince William, Kate, Prince Harry & Meghan) in the post.
Go, Mulroney, go!