Update: Why William And Kate Wear Blue But Harry And Meghan Prefer Green
 “Blue is a more palatable alternative to the colors traditionally associated with royalty, being far less aggressive than red and significantly more conservative than purple,” Harte writes, per the Daily Mail.“It has associations with peace and also modernity, making it a perfect representation of the Waleses’ quest to appeal to both traditional and progressive values in

 “Blue is a more palatable alternative to the colors traditionally associated with royalty, being far less aggressive than red and significantly more conservative than purple,” Harte writes, per the Daily Mail.

“It has associations with peace and also modernity, making it a perfect representation of the Waleses’ quest to appeal to both traditional and progressive values in society.”

The Princess of Wales’ fondness for the shade is nothing new; her engagement ring, once owned by Princess Diana, features a 12-carat sapphire, and she memorably wore a blue Issa wrap dress after becoming betrothed to Prince William in 2010.

In the years since, she’s leaned heavily on the hue for Buckingham Palace parties, royal tours abroad, Commonwealth Day outings, gala dinners, and more.

Often, her whole family gets in on the action as well, with Princes George and Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince William all matching her in azure shades for Easter service in April.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, meanwhile, “seem to have picked a color to call their own” as well, Harte writes.

“Green seems to be a common theme in their wardrobes and has made appearances at many of the key moments in their marriage.”

The Duchess of Sussex, for instance, picked an emerald-hued P.A.R.O.S.H. sheath dress for her engagement photocall in 2017, and later gravitated toward green for speaking engagements, polo matches and palace-related outings alike.

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