Meghan Markle and Kate’s Wedding Dress Designer Struggling to Feed Family

Chloe Savage, who designed Meghan Markle and Kate’s wedding dress, has been pushed to the edge of homelessness during the pandemic. She designed the iconic embroidery dresses for both Meghan and Kate. The economic downturn due to the pandemic has made it difficult for her to feed the family, and there’s a real possibility of homelessness. In an interview, she said that it’s quite horrific that everything has dry up for them. Her 14-years-old daughter is kipping meals to save the food budget. 

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Difficult Times for Chloe Savage 

Cloe Savage is going through difficult times. She designed the wedding dresses of Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. Cloe said that the work has disappeared and there is no work in the market. However, her daughter is skipping the meals, and she is at a stage of self-harming. Chloe is seeking help from Child Mental Health Services. Savage has designed the wedding dresses of Meghan in 2018 and Kate’s in 2011. After that, she rose to fame and got several projects under her belt. However, she was performing well and became one of the most acclaimed designers in the industry. However, the recent economic recession due to the lockdown imposed to stop the spread of coronavirus has led many people to suffer financially. Chloe is also one of them and is struggling to meet her end needs. Savage is also at the edge of homelessness. 

Meghan and Kate’s Wedding Dress Designer Struggling to Feed Family

Meghan and Kate’s wedding dress designer Struggling to Feed Family. The acclaimed designer isn’t getting any projects, and the ones she was doing are on hold by the clients. Chloe is struggling to meet her end needs and trying to feed her family. Cloe said that the stress is making her daughter self-harming. Cloe is now seeking support from Child Mental Health Services (CAMHS). She has been a part of designing Kate and Meghan’s wedding dress at the Royal School of Needlework in Hampton Court Palace. The pandemic has made it hard for the famous designer to meet end needs.