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Meghan Markle's style file: Every outfit the Duchess of Sussex has worn in public

Yahoo Style UK

On Saturday 19 May, Prince Harry married Ms Meghan Markle in the royal wedding of the year.

Since the couple’s engagement was announced in November 2017, the world has become infatuated with the actress, humanitarian and feminist.

But it’s not just Meghan’s views that have entranced us. Her style has captivated people globally.

Just as the world is obsessed with the Duchess of Cambridge’s style, we all love to know what Meghan’s wearing.

And her sartorial prowess certainly hasn’t disappointed.

Over the past few months, while carrying out her first batch of royal duties, the royal-to-be has proved she’s an incredibly diplomatic dresser.

From carrying a Strathberry bag, a Scottish label, and a tartan Burberry coat in Edinburgh to a pair of trousers by Welsh designer Hiut Denim in Cardiff, the brunette’s worked her ‘Meghan magic’ while representing the royal family.

She’s steadfastly stuck to her style guns and worn sleeveless dresses (which female members of the royal family tend to avoid) and stayed on-trend with cross-body bags and messy bun hairdos.

And how could we leave out the two wow-factor gowns she wore on her wedding day?

Following the wedding and becoming the Duchess of Sussex, we thought we were seeing a new, more royal-appropriate Meghan when she wore nude tights and a slick low bun to the Buckingham Palace Garden party.

But since, she’s she’s stuck to her rule-breaking ways by wearing a cold-shouldered Carolina Herrera skirt suit to Trooping the Colour, sleeveless dressed to the polo and even a mini dress for a charity showing of Hamilton in August. Now with news that the Duchess is expecting her first child, we can’t wait to see the royal tackle maternity dressing.

Without further ado, we present Meghan Markle’s style file.

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November 2018

For her debut Remembrance Service in London, Meghan wore a bespoke outfit by Givenchy. She finished the all-black ensemble with a co-ordinating headpiece and poppy. [Photo: Getty]

November 2018

Beneath her Stell McCartney coat, Meghan wore a navy cold-shoulder co-ord. She accessorised the look with a matching beret, Stella McCartney clutch and Manolo Blahnik heels. [Photo: Getty]

November 2018

For the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London on November 10, Meghan recycled a Stella McCartney coat she first wore in Wales. The Duchess accessorised the ensemble with Manolo Blahnik pumps and earrings by Zofia Day. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

The Duchess of Sussex changed into a less formal outfit for the couple’s final day of the royal tour. Meghan wore her go-to Mother jeans, flat pumps and a Norrøna coat for a visit to the Redwoods Treewalk on October 31. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

Wearing a bespoke Givenchy jumper and pleated skirt, the Duchess of Sussex stuck to her favourite colour palette while on a walkabout in Rotorua on October 31. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

On October 31, the Duchess of Sussex arrived in Rotorua wearing a bespoke Stella McCartney dress. She later added a traditional ‘Korowai’ to her ensemble. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For a reception at Auckland War Memorial Museum, the Duchess of Sussex recycled the now-famous Antonio Berardi dress she wore to watch Prince Harry play polo back in 2017. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For a walkabout in Auckland on October 30, Meghan changed into a bespoke Brandon Maxwell dress with a Burberry trench and her go-to £294 Stuart Weitzman pumps to finish. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

On October 30, the Duchess wore the aptly-named ‘Reign’ Muck Boots with £255 blazer by Karen Walker for the unveiling of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy in Redvale, New Zealand. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

It was another tuxedo dress for Meghan, as she met actors from the Courtenay Creative in Wellington on October 29. This time, the Duchess of Sussex looked to New Zealand-based designer Maggie Marilyn for the £455 ensemble.. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex headed to Marenui Cafe in Wellington on October 29. For the outing, Meghan wore a £232 Club Monaco trench with £576 Stuart Weitzman boots. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For a feminist speech at Government House, the Duchess of Sussex once again turned to sustainable designer Gabriela Hearst in a bespoke black dress. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

After a quick outfit change, the Duchess touched down in New Zealand wearing a £35 ASOS maternity dress with a Karen Walker plaid trench to finish the ensemble. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

Ever the chic traveller, Meghan wore a £249 Hugo Boss dress in a winter-ready berry hue for their departure from Sydney airport. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

On October 27, Meghan delivered a speech at the 2018 Invictus Games closing ceremony in a green Antonio Berardi tuxedo dress. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For the 2018 Invictus Games wheelchair basketball finale, Meghan wore a £303 plum-hued jacket by Aussie label Scanlan Theodore with skinny jeans. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

The Duchess of Sussex saved her greatest look of the royal tour until October 26 for the Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards at the Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney. The cold-shoulder tulle gown is from Oscar de la Renta’s pre-AW18 collection and she finished the Hollywood-worthy look with soft waves and her go-to £571 Tabitha Simmons shoes. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

On October 26, the Duchess of Sussex wore a $595 (approx £465) Veronica Beard shirt dress for a trip to Tupou College and Toloa rainforest. She teamed the look with Aquazurra heels – which promptly sold out online. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

On October 26, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with Tonga Prime Minister Akilisi Pohiva. For the occasion, Meghan dressed in a striped midi dress by Martin Grant – a label she has looked to throughout the tour. She accessorised the daytime look with a Prada clutch, stud earrings from Birks and olive green shoes. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For an evening reception and dinner in Tonga, the Duchess wore a white gown by Theia Couture with Aquazzura shoes, Birks earrings and her go-to Givenchy clutch. In a touching nod to Princess Diana, the Duchess finished the look with the late royal’s aquamarine ring. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Tonga on October 25 and Meghan dressed her bump in a red Self-Portrait dress for the occasion – a sartorial tribute to the country’s flag. She accessorised the look with a navy pair of Manolo Blahniks. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

On October 25, the royal couple were welcomed to Nadi airport in Fiji. The Duchess of Sussex was photographed wearing a forest green Jason Wu dress with navy £484 Manolo Blahnik shoes to finish. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

The Duchess of Sussex showcased her blossoming baby bump on day seven of the couple’s royal tour in a £1,095 dress by Safiyaa. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

The Duchess of Sussex touched down at Nausori Airport on October 23 in a bespoke cream-hued dress by Aussie label Zimmerman with a co-ordinating hat by Stephen Jones. But it was her jewellery that hit headlines: The Duchess paired earrings from the Queen with a bracelet from Prince Charles. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

On day seven of the couple’s royal tour, the Duchess took a stroll along Kingfisher Bay jetty on Fraser Island in a $218 (£167) striped sundress by sustainable US label Reformation and her favourite £277 Sarah Flint sandals. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

Wearing this year’s £114 ‘It’ trainers (by sustainable label Veja) and an athletic get-up by SuperdrySport, Meghan showcased her sporty side for the first time. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For a reception hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia at The Pavilion Restaurant, Meghan paired her striped Oroton crossbody bag with Aquazzura pumps, a turtleneck, a £510 blazer by L’Agence and go-to £159 Mother Denim jeans. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For an Invictus Games event on day six of the couple’s Australian royal tour, Meghan teamed a white Altuzarra blazer with an Invictus Sydney shirt. She finished the look with £159 Mother Demin jeans, $240 (approx £184) Illesteva sunglasses and her go-to £566 Tabitha Simmons pumps. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

Meghan rewore a Stella McCartney navy blue cape dress for the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony. She wore a Gillian Anderson swing coat over the dress, and held a satin Dior clutch. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

Meghan wore a custom made black Emilia Wickstead dress with a Philip Treacy hat, a satin Givenchy clutch and Tabitha Simmons slingback pumps for the official opening of the extension of the ANZAC Memorial in Hyde Park in Sydney, Australia. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For a visit to Macarthur Girls High School in Sydney, the Duchess wore a £1,299 A-line dress by Roksanda. She paired it with a pair of beige Stuart Weitzman Legend pumps, a white-gold Birks bracelet and Birks blue topaz earrings. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with a local surfing community on Bondi Beach. Meghan opted for a striped maxi dress by Australian designer Martin Grant for the occasion. On her feet, she wore a pair of Castañer espadrilles which she later took off to walk across the sand. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For the third day of the tour, Meghan and Harry travelled to South Melbourne beach where they joined volunteers and school children from the local BeachPatrol group. The Duchess wore a Martin Grant trench coat with a Club Monaco A-line dress beneath. She wore a pair of navy flats by Rothy’s to walk across the sand. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

Meghan wore a custom-made navy blue dress by Australian designer Dion Lee for a reception at Government House Victoria. She accessorised with a pair of Manolo Blahnik ‘BB’ shoes and a Shaun Leanne ‘Tusk’ diamond bracelet. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

On day two of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Australian royal tour, Meghan suited up. The Duchess wore a £110 ‘Boss’ jacket by close friend and sportswoman Serena Williams, a shirt by Maison Kitsune and J. Crew ankle boots. In a dipomatic move, she finished the ensemble with a pair of ‘Harriet’ jeans from Aussie label Outland Denim. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For an afternoon reception at Admiralty House on October 16, Meghan changed into a £1728 shirt dress by Brandon Maxwell. She finished the ensemble with a low bun and kept on the jewellery she wore earlier in the day. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

Just hours after Kensington Palace announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child, Meghan debuted her baby bump in a £940 dress by Aussie designer Karen Gee. She accessorised the ensemble with jewellery from Princess Diana’s collection. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

For Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s October 12 nuptials, the Duchess of Sussex relied on go-to label Givenchy for sartorial help. The royal teamed the navy ensemble with a co-ordinating fascinator by milliner Noel Stewart. Just days later, Kensington Palace announced that Meghan is expecting her first child. [Photo: Getty]

October 2018

The Duchess visited Sussex for the first time in one expensive look. Meghan teamed a £1695 Gabriela Hearst bag with a BOSS leather skirt, an Armani coat and a blouse from Swedish high street label & Other Stories – which sold out almost instantly. [Photo: Getty]

September 2018

Meghan Markle opened ‘Oceania’ at Royal Academy of Arts on September 25, marking her first solo outing since becoming a royal. For the occassion, the Duchess wore a two-tone, sheer black Givenchy dress with billowing sleeves and her favourite Aquazzura heels. [Photo: Getty]

September 2018

For the Coach Core Awards at Loughborough University on September 24, the Duchess of Sussex donned a navy-hued blouse by Oscar de la Renta with Altuzarra trousers. She finished the look with co-ordinating shoes (which she didn’t remove to play netball) and debuted straight locks. [Photo: Getty]

September 2018

On September 20, the Duchess of Sussex was joined by her mother Doria Ragland and Prince Harry to celebrate the launch of her new cookbook. For the Kensington Palace event, the royal dressed in a cobalt blue Smyth coat, Tuxe body and a pleated skirt by Misha Nonoo. To accessorise the outfit, the Duchess added a pair of Sarah Flint heels. [Photo: Getty]

September 2018

For a charity gala concert at Central Hall Westminster, the Duchess of Sussex chose a royal blue midi stress by Jason Wu. She accessorised the look with co-ordinating Aquazurra heels and her go-to bespoke Dior clutch. In a surprising move, she ditched her now-trademark messy bun in favour of Duchess-worthy curls. [Photo: PA]

September 2018

For the WellChild Awards on September 4, the Duchess of Sussex suited up in an Altuzarra co-ord. She accessorised the slick look with a Stella McCartney clutch and a silky blouse courtesy of Swedish label, Deitas. [Photo: Getty]

August 2018

On April 29, the Duke and Duchess broke a nearly month-long hiatus from the public eye attending a gala performance of ‘Hamilton’. For the occassion, Meghan threw caution to the royal rulebook by wearing a tuxedo mini dress from Canadian label Judith & Charles. The dress diced with protocol, coming to roughly five inches above the knee. She paired the glamorous evening look with Paul Andrews heels, a £49 Becksondergaard clutch and stunning drop earrings by Shaun Leane. [Photo: Getty]

August 2018

On her birthday on August 4th, Meghan spent the day at the wedding of Prince Harry’s best friend, Charlie van Straubenzee, and Daisy Jenkins. For the occasion, Meghan wore a pleated shirt dress by Club Monaco with her favourite Aquazzure heels, a Philip Treacy facinator an clutch by Kayu.
[Photo: PA]

July 2018

For a surprise appearance at the Sentebale charity polo match on 26 July, the Duchess of Sussex wore a denim midi dress by Carolina Herrera. She teamed the heatwave-appropriate look with a pair of Aquazurra heels, a J Crew clutch and Tom Ford sunnies. [Photo: PA]

July 2018

On 17 July, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition at the Southbank Centre. For the outing, the Duchess opted for a sleeveless trench dress by House of Nonie teamed with a co-ordinating Mulberry clutch. Hands up, who else is pleased to see the return of her trademark messy bun? [Photo: PA]

July 2018

For her debut Wimbledon appearance as a royal – and first solo appearance with the Duchess of Cambridge – Meghan donned a striped shirt and wide-leg trousers from Ralph Lauren. The Duchess finished the look with a low bun and a wide-brim hat, which she didn’t wear but held. [Photo: Getty]

July 2018

For a visit to Croke Park sporting grounds, Meghan changed into her second outfit of the day, a bespoke Givenchy trouser suit which she paired with Sarah flint heels. [Photo: Getty]

July 2018

To visit Irish President Michael Higgins and his wife, Sabina, at their residence, Áras an Uachtaráin, Meghan wore a bespoke earth-toned Roland Mouret dress, not dissimilar to the navy dress Meghan wore by the same designer the night before her wedding.
[Photo: PA]

July 2018

For a summer garden party at Glencairn House on 10 July, the Duchess of Sussex changed into her third outfit of the day. In a surprising sartorial move, the royal opted for a belted dress by Emilia Wickstead and accessorised the look with a Givenchy clutch, Birks earrings and a pair of Aquazurra heels. [Photo: PA]

July 2018

For the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first overseas engagement as newlyweds to Dublin, Meghan dressed diplomatically in a £1,105 forest green skirt by Givenchy. She accessorised the look with a £475 Strathberry midi tote. [Photo: PA]

July 2018

For the RAF’s centenary celebrations on July 10, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a bespoke navy-hued dress by Dior. She accessorised the look with a co-ordinating hat by Stephen Jones. [Photo: Getty]

July 2018

Aunt Meghan arrived at the christening of Prince Louis wearing a khaki green Ralph Lauren dress wirh a Stephen Lock hat and matching Manolo Blahnik heels. [Photo: PA]

June 2018

The Duchess of Sussex opted for a blush pink skirt suit by Prada for her debut Queen’s Young Leaders awards. For the Buckingham Palace-based event, Meghan Markle accessorised the look with Aquazurra heels and a co-ordinating Prada clutch. [Photo: Getty]

June 2018

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex finally made their Royal Ascot debut one month after the royal wedding on 19 June 2018. For the momentous occasion, Meghan wore her third Givenchy look accessorised with a monochrome hat by Philip Treacy. [Photo: Getty]

June 2018

For the wedding of Celia McCorquodale in Lincolnshire, the Duchess wore a relaxed, floral Oscar de la Renta dress with an M&S fascinator. [Photo: Geoff Robinson Photography]

June 2018

For Meghan Markle’s debut solo engagement with Queen Elizabeth II on 14 June, she chose a Givenchy cape-dress. The former ‘Suits’ star accessorised the look with a black clutch and co-ordinating heels by American designer Sarah Flint. The Queen on the other hand dazzled in a lime green coat and spring-ready floral dress. [Photo: Getty]

June 2018

Trooping of the Colour was undoubtedly Meghan’s first big royal outing, and for the occassion she decided on a pink Carolina Herrera skirt suit. Some suggested the cold-shoulder shape of the dress was a breach of royal protocol. To accessorise, she recycled the same bespoke Philip Treacy hat and wore a Carolina Herrera clutch. [Photo: Getty]

May 2018

For her first royal enagement since getting married, the Duchess went demure in a pale pink dress by Goat which actually caused the brand’s website to crash. She paired the dress with a custom Philip Treacy hat, nude tights, the Oyster Silk Clutch by Wilbur and Gussie and matching peach-hued Aquzzara pumps. Some said Meghan’s far more polished look (and hello: tights) singalled her newfound royal status. [Photo: Getty]

May 2018

The newly-appointed Duchess of Sussex changed into a halterneck Stella McCartney gown for her evening reception. Teamed with a pair of Altuzarra heels (complete with a blue sole as her ‘something blue’) the former actress looked every inch the Hollywood icon. [Photo: Getty]

May 2018

Meghan Markle arrived at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle for her wedding to Prince Harry wearing a custom dress by Givenchy’s artistic director Clare Waight Keller. Boasting a boat neckline, cropped sleeves and a five-food veil, the dress has been lauded a masterpiece. [Photo: Getty]

May 2018

Meghan Markle and her mother, Doria Ragland, arrived at Cliveden House Hotel on the National Trust’s Cliveden Estate to spend the night before her wedding to Prince Harry. For the occasion, the Duchess-to-be paired a navy Roland Mouret dress with pale pumps. [Photo: Getty]

April 2018

On April 25 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joined Prince William at the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey.
For the second service of the day, Meghan Markle changed into an all-black look by Emilia Wickstead. She accessorised the outfit with a Philip Treacy hat. Could her look hint at her wedding dress designer? Stay tuned. [Photo: Getty]

April 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the Anzac Day Dawn Service on 25 April 2018. For the occasion, the 36-year-old opted for a double-breasted coat by Canadian brand Smythe with a wide-brimmed hat. She accessorised the look with £282 Sarah Flint heels and a £625 Gucci bag. [Photo: Getty]

April 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a memorial service at St Martin-in-the-Fields to mark the 25th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence. For the service, the 36-year-old donned a spring-ready dress by Hugo Boss and teamed the look with her trademark messy bun. [Photo: PA]

April 2018

To celebrate the Queen’s 92nd birthday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle colour co-ordinated for the first time. The former actress donned a navy-hued cape dress by Stella McCartney (with a £1,150 price tag) as she joined the royal family at the Royal Albert Hall. She accessorised the look with a Naeem Khan Armory Zodiac clutch. [Photo: Getty]

April 2018

For the Invictus Games Sydney reception, Meghan Markle kept cool from London’s mini heatwave in a spring-ready dress by Self Portrait. She accessorised the covetable look with a black Alexander McQueen blazer and a £695 co-ordinating bag by Roland Mouret. [Photo: Getty]

April 2018

For the Women’s Empowerment reception, Meghan Markle opted for an LBD by Los Angeles-based brand, Halo and teamed the look with a Gucci clutch (which we need, asap). The former actress finished her newfound royal aesthetic with a pair of heels by Aquazzura and her trademark messy bun. [Photo: Getty]

April 2018

For her biggest royal engagement to date, Meghan Markle wore her greatest look yet. Embracing the capital’s sunshine, the royal-to-be donned a striped dress by Altuzarra with a Camilla and Marc blazer draped across her shoulders. Love. [Photo: Getty]

April 2018

For the UK team trials ahead of the Invictus Games, Meghan Markle recycled her go-to jeans by Mother Denim. She finished the look with an official polo and a spring-ready trench by Babaton for Aritizia. [Photo: Getty]

March 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a surprise visit to Northern Ireland on 23 March. For the occasion, the royal-to-be recycled the now-famous Victoria Beckham knit she donned in her engagement portraits. She paid sartorial tribute to the Emerald Isle in a green skirt by Canadian designer Greta Constantine with a Mackage coat. [Photo: Getty]

March 2018

For her first royal engagement alongside the Queen, Meghan wore her most regal look to date. The 36-year-old donned a cream Amanda Wakeley coat, co-ordinating hat by milliner Stephen Jones and a Mulberry clutch. [Photo: Getty]

March 2018

To mark International Women’s Day, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle travelled to Birmingham on March 8, 2018. The soon-to-be newlyweds visited a project designed to inspire girls to pursue careers in science, tech, engineering and mathematics.
For the event, Meghan opted for a navy wrap-around coat by J. Crew (FYI, it’s still available) and teamed the look with a Altuzarra bag. [Photo: Getty]

February 2018

Despite it being freezing in London, Meghan chose a sleeveless, ruffle, crossover dress from designer Jason Wu to make her first official joint working debut alongside fiance Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. For those keen to follow in her simple yet trench-coat/dress style the frock is available from Net-a-Porter for an eye watering £1415.

February 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marked their fourth joint royal engagement with a trip to Edinburgh on 13th February. For the occasion, the royal-to-be donned a tartan coat by Burberry and accessorised the look with yet another sell-out Strathberry bag. [Photo: Getty]

January 2018

To mark her first offical trip to Cardiff, Meghan Markle chose a pair of trousers by Welsh brand Hiut Denim. She finished the all-black ensemble with a satin-bow Stella McCartney coat and a forest green bag by DeMellier. [Photo: Getty]

January 2018

On 9 January 2018, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited a Brixton radio station to mark their second royal engagement together. For the momentous occasion, Markle recycled her go-to Smythe coat and teamed the look with Burberry trousers, a Jigsaw scarf and Marks and Spencer’s knit. [Photo: Getty]

December 2017

For her first Christmas Day church service with the royals, Meghan chose a £986 camel coat by Canadian brand Sentaler paired with a a £900 circle bag by Chloe and £630 brown suede Stuart Weitzman boots. Her stand-out hat is thought to be by royal milliner Jane Taylor. [Photo: Getty]

December 2017

Meghan began royal life with a trip to Nottingham. For her first meeting with the British public, the 36-year-old donned a navy double-breasted coat by Canadian label Mackage, a turtleneck Wolford, cream Joseph skirt and heeled suede boots. She carried a burgundy leather handbag; something the Duchess of Cambridge rarely does. [Photo: Rex]

November 2017

Harry and Meghan took part in their first joint interview with Meghan choosing a forest green bow-adorned dress by P.A.R.O.S.H. Of course, it’s now sold out.
[Photo: AP]

November 2017

For her official engagement appearance, Meghan chose a white belted wrap coat by Canadian label Line along with a black dress and suede nude heels.
[Photo: Getty]

September 2017

Meghan Markle made her first public appearance with Prince Harry at a tennis match during the Invictus Games. The actress proved she wasn’t quite ready for royal life as she donned a white shirt (strangely called ‘The Husband’), ripped jeans and tan leather flats.
[Photo: Getty]

September 2017

Meghan’s burgundy look from the Invictus Games opening ceremony proved her love for her adopted nation of Canada. Wearing pieces by two Canadian labels, the potential royal-to-be also proved that she is following the Duchess of Cambridge in the ‘Kate effect’. Both her Mackage biker jacket and pleated Aritizia midi dress have already sold out.
[Photo: Getty]

May 2017

Meghan chose a simple black dress to cheer on Prince Harry at a recent polo match.
[Photo: Rex]

March 2017

Meghan donned a long floral gown by Erdem for a date with Prince Harry at a Caribbean wedding.
[Photo: FameFlynet]

July 2016

Meghan made an appearance on the Today Show in an unmissable red dress.
[Photo: Getty]

July 2016

The actress wore a cute striped short suit while out and about in New York.
[Photo: Getty]

June 2016

A strapless black gown was Meghan’s look for a party in Toronto.
[Photo: Getty]

May 2016

Meghan chose a petrol blue silky number for an Instagram dinner.
[Photo: Getty]

May 2016

The American actress donned a smart tailored short suit for a Hollywood party.
[Photo: Getty]

April 2016

Meghan opted for a summery look at a Glamour event, wearing a crocheted mint dress and white stilettos.
[Photo: Getty]

January 2016

For the premiere of Suits, Meghan went down the all-black route in a chic jumper and skirt.
[Photo: Getty]

January 2016

Meghan stunned at a dinner hosted by ELLE in a sophisticated red dress complete with vampy lips.
[Photo: Getty]

November 2015

Meghan attended the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in a shimmering silver dress with an extremely low-cut neckline.
[Photo: Getty]

June 2015

White was Meghan’s colour of choice for a red carpet event in New York. Wearing palazzo pants and a sheer tee, she looked the epitome of style.
[Photo: Getty]

June 2015

A fitted black dress was seen on Meghan at a New York gala. She paired the look with satin courts and simple make-up.
[Photo: Getty]

May 2015

Meghan wore an eye-catching bandeau jumpsuit for an NBC event last year.
[Photo: Getty]

March 2015

Meghan looked super elegant in a simple black dress and sandal combination.
[Photo: Getty]

February 2015

The actress donned a suitably OTT look for Wes Gordon’s AW15 fashion show featuring a mega fluffy coat and slitted skirt.
[Photo: Getty]

October 2014

Meghan worked a teal mermaid gown at a charity benefit in New York.
[Photo: Getty]

September 2014

Sitting front row at another fashion show, Meghan dressed in a cropped stripy jumper and full skirt.
[Photo: Getty]

September 2014

Meghan showed how to do menswear right in a shirt and trouser duo at an NYC fashion event.
[Photo: Getty]

February 2014

Meghan arrived at New York Fashion Week in a short white dress and studded leather jacket.
[Photo: Getty]

November 2013

Meghan hit Prince Harry’s home city in a risqué black dress and sparkling gold clutch.
[Photo: Getty]

September 2013

Meghan managed to pull off a psychedelic yellow dress for a charity event in New York.
[Photo: Getty]

July 2013

The actress opted for a lacy white dress and gold sandal ensemble for a red carpet event.
[Photo: Getty]

January 2013

Wearing a satin strapless dress with glamorous hair, Meghan stunned onlookers at an ELLE event.
[Photo: Getty]

January 2013

It was all sparkles for Meghan at a Golden Globes after party in 2013.
[Photo: Getty]

June 2012

One of Meghan’s earliest red carpet appearances saw the actress working an all-black sequinned dress and gold accessories.
[Photo: Getty]

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