Duchess Meghan Markle's style would have gotten approval from the late Joan Rivers

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Meghan Markle. Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images
Meghan Markle. Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

The television personality worked with the late comedian – who passed away in 2014 – and her daughter Melissa Rivers on the celebrity fashion critique show Fashion Police.

He says he’s sure that the style choices of the Duchess of Sussex would have received top marks from the Hollywood icon.

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"Meghan has really good style. So I don’t know if there would be really much to touch there. Joan’s voice was specific and so unique that it’s very hard to think what she would come up with. But I’m sure she would be having a lot of fun as she always did with everyone in Hollywood," he tells Us Weekly magazine. 

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Brad himself is also a fan of the royal as he applauded her for using her platform for good.

He adds, "I love her style and I love what she’s doing with her platform, her and Harry. [Me and my husband, Gary Janetti, are] fans of theirs. We both love the royal family. What Meghan has done in the royal family and outside of it now is just extraordinary."

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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