British Royal Family

This is why Meghan Markle wore green to Prince Louis' christening

How sweet!

By Chloe Lal

Time has just flown by since Prince Louis' christening, which took place last Monday.

We're still living in the magic, after Duchess Catherine and Prince William released four portraits - plus one bonus shot from the special day.

The one thing many fans noted was that Meghan Markle seemed to forgo the blue colour scheme.

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Meghan put a lot of thought behind her choice!
Meghan put a lot of thought behind her choice!

Princess Charlotte, grandma Carole and Aunty Pippa all wore pastel shades of blue, while all the boys had notes of the colour.

Unlike the rest of the family, the Duchess of Sussex opted to wear an olive green outfit.

It turns out there's a very good reason!

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Olive represents such positive vibes.
Olive represents such positive vibes.

Colour experts have noted that green is believed to be very calming, while the tone of olive represent peace.

Green is also aligned with love, nurture, the love of family and nature.

Since Meghan has just joined the British Royal Family, it's clear through her outfit choice, that she's trying to bring all these positive elements into Prince Louis' significant day.

She looked beautiful.
She looked beautiful.

The 36-year-old looked flawless ins a fitted Ralph Lauren dress.

Meghan's waist was cinched to the nines with a thin belt, while she rocked a stunning pair olive-toned Manolo Blahnik suede pumps.

She completed by wearing a fascinator created by her milliner of choice, Stephen Jones.

Kate loves to wear cream!
Kate loves to wear cream!

Colour choice is so important for these events.

Fans will note that royal mum Duchess Catherine always wears cream.

The reasoning behind that decision is very simple - cream works.

As we've seen at Prince George and Princess Charlotte's christening, cream looks amazing against the christening gown worn by the royal bubs.

Meanwhile, the colour - noted as a variation of white - represents innocence, purity, faith and peace.

Cream just works!
Cream just works!