For most of us, Meghan Markle’s royal wardrobe is somewhat out of our usual price range.
However, in the £852,355’s worth of clothes she has worn to date – yes, we did the maths – some items are (thankfully) totally affordable.
This has included a £49.50 Marks & Spencer double crepe body-con dress, which the Duchess wore to the Festival of Remembrance at the Albert Hall, plus a £69 & Other Stories shirt she chose for her first visit to Sussex.
Her most memorable economical ensembles? There’ve been many, but the one she donned on the 13th day of her Royal Tour, on a short flight from Sydney to Wellington, sticks out.
The mother-to-be had pulled her hair back into a messy bun, and greeted a handful of dignitaries (including New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern) dressed in Sarah Flint heels, and a Karen Walker trench coat (available to pre-order in navy now). She was also sporting a simple but gorgeous ASOS maternity dress.
The dress promptly sold out in both the midi and mini lengths on the same day (with a 100 per cent sell increase) and drove sales to maternity woven dresses on ASOS by 21 per cent.
Now, the flattering dress is back in stock, but hurry, we’re sure it won’t be for long.