And while many of her outfits are from expensive designer labels, Meghan Markle wore a surprisingly affordable dress from M&S on Friday that costs £49.50.
The stylish duchess attended the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall last week and was photographed wearing a black bodycon dress with a plunging neckline.
The dress has been confirmed to be Marks and Spencer’s Double Crepe Bodycon Dress, which is available to buy on the website.
The high street dress has “added stretch in the double crepe material helps it hug your curves, while the elegant off-shoulder neckline folds down the bust to create a truly stunning piece."
The best news is the dress is still available to purchase in sizes up to 24, but is sure to fly off shelves given the “Meghan Markle effect”.
- Double crepe bodycon dress, £49.50 from M&S – buy now
On the M&S website, Meghan’s dress is described as being "carefully crafted to flatter and stun."
She paired the purse-friendly dress with a long Stella McCartney black coat, which featured a baby bump-hiding large waist bow.
The duchess wore her sleek brunette locks tucked behind her ears and finished off her look with a black clutch bag and black heels, also by the British designer.
Pregnant Meghan, 37, accompanied her 34-year-old husband – as well as fellow royals, including The Queen, Kate Middleton and Prince William, at the star-studded event to remember Britain's First World War heroes.
The Royals, including The Queen, took in a performance from Sir Tom Jones and actress Sheridan Smith gave a touching rendition of Are You Just Sleeping to the packed hall.
And the Royal family, dressed in black, gave a standing ovation to welcome the Chelsea Pensioners and as family members of hero servicemen walked onto the stage.
BBC One tonight broadcast the event — organised by armed forces charity the Royal British Legion as a "thank you to all who served, sacrificed and changed our world".
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