Feminine members of the Royal Household are reportedly not allowed to put on colored nail varnish and solely nude or impartial colors can be utilized.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex has been noticed many instances carrying berry-coloured nail varnish, in addition to pink and burgundy.
The Duchess of Cambridge, however, religiously follows this rule though earlier than she married Prince William, she cherished carrying brighter colors.
Her Majesty can be a follower of the rule as she has been utilizing the identical Essie nude nail polish since 1989.
Daena Borrowman, a Advertising Supervisor at jewellerybox instructed Categorical.co.uk: “Royal ladies usually are not permitted to put on brilliant or darkish nail paint on their fingernails.
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“Solely nude shades, sheer whites and light-weight pinks are allowed.
“A agency favorite of the Queen’s is Essie’s ‘Ballet Slippers’.
“In reality, for his or her weddings, each the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex famously mixed two nude nail colors.
“Kate wore a mixture of ’28 Rose Lounge’ from Bourjois and the now discontinued ‘423 Attract’ from Essie.
“Meghan wore a mixture of CND Shellac’s ‘Unmasked’ and ‘Negligee’.
“Nevertheless, each Duchesses have sometimes favoured darkish pink or oxblood toenails on open-toed heels,” the professional revealed.
Royals usually are not alleged to put on these as “pretend nails or color nail polish is deemed vulgar by the Royal Household,” an unnamed royal supply defined.
“Whereas we’ve all heard rumours of guidelines, I do know royal nails are all the time fairly, polished, and completely manicured.”
Sophie Wessex, nevertheless, is evidently a fan of brilliant colors as she intentionally chooses to disregard the royal protocol.
The royal opts for her favorite nail polish for many of her public appearances.
She is generally seen carrying reds and darkish pink tones.