Meghan Markle
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex visit the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition at Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall on July 17, 2018 in London, England. The exhibition explores the life and times of Nelson Mandela and marks the centenary of his birth.Getty Images

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently attended the wedding of Charlie van Straubenzee's (Harry's childhood friend) in Surrey, England. Clad in an all-black outfit, the couple looked perfect. For a change, Meghan wore a gorgeous £400 black Club Monaco dress, paired with Aquazzura shoes and a Philip Treacy hat while Harry complimented his wife in a mesmerising black suit.

However, what caught the attention of some media outlets was a noticeably large hole on the bottom of Harry's shoe. Though it was minor that went unnoticed during the ceremony, a report on Daily Mail dubbed it as 'Harry's shoe shocker.' "The report added, "A guest posted this picture of Prince Harry, surrounded by balloons, delivering his speech at the reception but eagle-eyed revellers also noticed the big hole on the bottom of his left shoe." But of course, the news had its natural death, unlike his wife Meghan's wardrobe malfunction issue over which the entire world overreacted.

At the same event, Meghan's camisole accidentally popped out while she was waiving the crowd. But what followed next was truly an online havoc. The Duchess came under the radar and some even claimed it as a 'deliberate wardrobe malfunction.'

The senseless comments on the social platform definitely raise many questions. Do a laptop and an internet give anyone the right to spread hatred online? Why is a woman always judged differently from a man? And most interestingly, some twitterati even accused Meghan for Harry's shoe hole.

Well, it is 2018! While women's rights and empowerment have travelled a long way, it looks like some online watchers are still in the Stone Age.