Meghan Markle is reportedly frustrated with the confines of her new royal status, including a restrictive wardrobe.
Britain's Duchess of Sussex has displayed a preference for sharp suits and jeans in recent months, but Prince Harry vetoed a Stella McCartney suit for their upcoming Australia tour for being too untraditional.
"Meghan is being told she needs to stop dressing like a Hollywood star and start dressing like a royal. Meghan wanted to wear a tuxedo-style suit but Harry said it wasn't traditional enough," a source told the Mail on Sunday.
Markle has been having a number of meetings with Kensington Palace's "special projects team" ahead of their tour in New Zealand and Australia in October, which includes wardrobe consultations.
"It might also, perhaps, be a reminder of fashion rebellions by Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana," the paper wrote, adding that it's Queen Elizabeth who has the final say over the chosen attire.
While Kate Middleton prefers more traditional attire as it is, she was also told to wear longer hemlines and put weights in her skirts after she had a few too many 'Marilyn moments' in her early days as a full-time royal.