Prior to the G7 summit, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murty travelled to Japan over the weekend.

On her first international political journey, Akshata Murty, the wife of UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, made a striking appearance as she stepped off the plane.

The couple may not have had to deal with a limited baggage restriction, but as one of Britain’s wealthiest couples, and with everything they do and say being closely watched, they do need to acquire a firm handle on the perceptions around their wardrobe decisions.

As the former head of her own label, Akshata, Murty has a natural interest in fashion. In 2011, she confessed to loving clothing from the time she was a young child to Vogue India. My mother, a strict engineer, had no idea why I would spend so much time putting together various costumes from my wardrobe.

She called the trip to Japan “jam packed” on Instagram, but added that she “couldn’t be prouder” to be a member of the UK’s G7 delegation.

Since her husband was elected prime minister, Murty has assumed a more prominent role in public life.

Some opposition parties have branded the prime minister as “out of touch” because of the couple’s enormous personal riches; they are listed on the Sunday Times Rich List. Her financial situation has also given them political issues.

Murty’s non-dom status, which exempted her from paying UK tax on money generated abroad, was made public last year. Later, Ms. Murty said that she would be paying UK taxes on her foreign earnings.

Despite being personally wealthy, Ms. Murty has filled her wardrobe with a variety of designer and High Street brands.

Her visit to Japan and participation in other high-profile events, like as King Charles’ coronation, indicate that her decisions will be scrutinised more in the future.

Murty has chosen a variety of designer and High Street brand clothing for her wardrobe despite being personally rich.

And as her visit to Japan and presence at other high-profile events, including as King Charles’ coronation, demonstrate, her decisions will be more closely scrutinised in the future.

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