Presumably, she meant the dress below - which, to be fair - does look similar to the one the Duchess of Sussex wore on her big day. Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex, looked utterly attractive on her royal wedding day and have the utmost admiration and respect for her'.
In another post, the satirical Instagrammers also highlighted other more likely sources of inspiration for the Duchess's dress by Clare Waight Keller.
In the statement shared on Instagram, Emilia said: 'I am extremely saddened by commentary that has appeared in the press and on-line over the past few days.
"Her dress is identical to one of our dresses", Wickstead told the Daily Mail. To wit, Wickstead hasn't categorically denied or confirmed the reported comments, but these are hard times for even the most media savvy; when any designer is sharply in the eye of a pile-on backlash, they must be cautious to the point of banal in case they cross a line no one could have predicted existed. Design is classic, not original to #emiliawickstead.
Remember when it was reported that designer Emilia Wickstead had casually slammed Meghan Markle's wedding dress?
The designer also said that Markle never doubted the direction of the design, explaining, "She is a strong woman who knows exactly what she wants".
Some netizens didn't like Wickstead's post and called her "unprofessional".
Fans were clearly won over by Meghan's second wedding dress, as three of the most popular Stella McCartney dresses since the wedding have been evening gowns - two of them white. If you choose a simple design dress to be stitched flawlessly.
Emilia, 34, described the Duchess of Sussex, as looking "absolutely beautiful" on her wedding day and said she has the "utmost admiration and respect for her".
Interestingly, over time Emilia retracted his words: "Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex, she looked absolutely handsome, I admire her and respect her".