It looks like Meghan Markle, Camilla Parker Bowles, and some other royal family members now have a new favorite bag label.
After Launer which is the preferred handbag label of the Queen, another British brand seems to have impressed the eye of the next generation of royals.
DeMellier is noted to fast becoming the royal family’s favorite source for bags of all shapes and sizes. Just in later part of January, Camilla Parker Bowles stepped out sporting the brand’s Mini Venice bag—the same style that Meghan Markle wore in Cardiff last year. But, per royal reporter Rebecca English, it was actually Princess Beatrice that kicked off the Mini Venice frenzy.
Not only that one style is drawing the royals to DeMellier. Princess Beatrice has been spotted with the Dubai carry-all on at approximately two occasions. And though she’s not a member of the royal family, Duchess Kate’s sister Pippa Middleton’s interest in the label should be noted as well. For her part, Pippa’s been seen with both the Milan and Luxembourg handbags. (See those photos of Beatrice and Pippa on DeMellier’s website.)
Well, aside from a pure appreciation for DeMellier’s products, there’s something else that could be drawing the royals to the brand. Founder Mireia Llusia-Lindh explained DeMellier’s social justice mission to Town & Country.