Twitter erupts as bloke says Meghan ‘has the right’ to show skin in exchange

A gag about the Duchess of Sussex exposing her arms at the Queen’s funeral has gone viral.

Discussing Meghan Markle’s appearance and outfit at the send-off of Her Majesty the Queen, a Twitter user began to criticise her for showing her forearms.

The Suits actor wore a gorgeous black dress and a black wide-rimmed hat similar to the one she wore to the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

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But despite her fantastic appearance, many were still critical of the duchess claiming she had been disrespectful in the way she approached the day.

The frustrated complaint and brilliant comeback were made as the UK continues to be torn over Meghan, with every move the 41-year-old makes the subject of discussion and often nasty, attacking comments.

Giving their views on Meghan's outfit, @Kmccready47 said: “Bare arms at a funeral, not good.”

In a brilliant response, @321Marc quipped back, “She’s American. She has the right to bare arms.”

The one-liner went viral shortly after being shared by a third user, @Tdr1nka, and has bagged a huge 120,600 likes and 11,600 retweets at the time of writing.

They captioned the back and forth "this has got to be the Twitter exchange of the day."

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Many felt that Meghan had honoured the Queen through with what she decided to wear on the historic day.

She donned her all-black ensemble with the addition of pearl and diamond earrings believed to have been given to her by the Queen in 2018.

The Queen is understood to have gifted her them when the pair went together, just the two of them, in Cheshire only weeks after she tied the knot with Prince Harry.

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Coupled with the same style hat she wore for the happier days of the Platinum Jubilee it seems Meghan pulled out all the stops to honour and remember the Queen in the most touching way possible.

Meghan has been the target of a number of attacks in recent weeks.

She and Harry came under heavy fire for holding hands in the wake of the Queen’s death, only for it to later surface that Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips had done the same.

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