When Meghan and Harry stopped in on the radio studios of Reprezent 107.3 FM in Brixton, South London, the royal-to-be showed off her style credentials, yet again. The former Suits actress was a vision in a camel coat by Smythe, black Burberry trousers, paired with an Autograph sweater by highstreet fave Marks & Spencer and topped with a Jigsaw scarf.
Meghan made a very stylish Sandringham for the annual Christmas service, donning a camel coat by Sentaler teamed with a brown hat and matching brown boots and a Chloe ‘Pixie’ bag.
Proving she has princess perfection down pat, Meghan’s hair was impeccably blow dried showing off her shiny tresses.
Designed by British-based Australian couturiers Ralph & Russo, the gown worn by Meghan for her official engagement photographs sold out online as soon as pictures of Meghan wearing it hit the web
While many adored Meghan’s sheer gown, others said it was ‘racy’ and ‘broke royal protocol’.
Meghan and Harry’s first official public engagement as a couple, saw the stunning brunette embracing clean-lined basics in the most sopohisficated way. The ensemble selected by her friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney included double-breasted navy coat over a black, high-necked knit tucked into a structured tan skirt. The bag Meghan was carrying, a tote by Strathberry, sold out in 11 minutes flat!
Shortly after celebrating her Royal engagement to Prince Harry at the official royal photocall, bride-to-be Meghan Markle’s white coat by Canadian brand LINE sold out — and caused the designer’s website to crash.
Classic off-duty style. For her first “official” outing with beau Prince Harry, Meghan wore an over-sized white shirt, nipped in at the front with a perfect tuck into a pair of cropped at the ankle jeans. Don’t think we didn’t notice that very un-royal rip at the knee and frayed hems – she’s not a princess yet, so she can do what she wants.
Like her potential future sister-in-law, Duchess Catherine, Meghan is not afraid to wear the same thing twice. She wore this chic shorts-suit on two different occasions. Go girl!
Plus, who could forget this Strathberry bag that Meghan made famous? Ever since she became famous for her engagement with Prince Harry, the royal-to-be has been representing smaller brands to help increase their awareness.