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Meghan celebrated her 37th birthday by attending the wedding of her husband's friend, Charlie Van Straubenzee, and Daisy Jenks. She chose a Club Monaco shirtdress, Aquazzura heels and Philip Treacy hat for the occasion.
Switching things up from her usual boatneck style, Meghan sported a v-neck denim belted midi dress by Carolina Herrera to support Prince Harry in his charity polo match. The event raised money for Sentebale, a charity Harry co-founded that aims to help children affected with HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
Meghan opted for a blush pink trench dress by Calgary-based designer, Nonie, for her visit to the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in London. The display honours the former South African president for what would have been his 100th birthday.
Meghan and sister-in-law Kate attended their first event together (sans their husbands) to watch the women's finals of Wimbledon 2018. Supporting her tennis player friend, Serena Williams, the Duchess of Sussex wore a striped button-up shirt and white culotte trousers both by Ralph Lauren.
Changing from the Roland Mouret dress she wore in the morning of her second day in Ireland, the Duchess of Sussex looked ever so chic in a black Givenchy pantsuit that she wore for a visit to Croke Park, Trinity College, and a walkabout.
Meghan began her second morning in Dublin wearing a Roland Mouret dress featuring vented sleeves and a boatneck. The Royal couple visited Áras an Uachtarái—the official residence and office of Ireland's President, Michael D. Higgins.
Attending a party at the British Ambassador's residence in Dublin, Meghan looked beautiful in a black sleeveless dress by Emilia Wickstead. She completed her look with a black satin Givenchy clutch.
Wearing an emerald green Givenchy dress, Meghan touched down in Ireland with Harry on July 10th to begin their first foreign trip together as a married couple.
The Duchess of Sussex attended the service marking the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force in a black Dior dress featuring her favourite neckine—boatneck.
Meghan wore a boatneck olive green dress by Ralph Lauren to her nephew's christening on July 9th. With matching accessories, including a Stephen Jones hat, she celebrated Prince Louis along with the rest of the Royal Family.
The newly-married duo learned more about the Commonwealth Youth Forum in early July, and Markle wore a bright and sunshine-inspired dress from American designer Brandon Maxwell.
Wearing a white J-Crew linen shirt, black Everlane jeans, black Chanel flats and the Madewell x Biltmore Panama hat she wore the previous day, Meghan sports an even more laid-back ensemble for the second day of the Audi Polo Challenge 2018.
The Duchess of Sussex attended the first day of the Audi Polo Challenge 2018 in a cotton gingham Shoshanna dress. Also wearing a Madewell x Biltmore Panama hat, Meghan supported Harry during his polo match in a more casual look.
The Duchess of Sussex attended the Queen's Young Leaders Awards at Buckingham Palace wearing a pale pink belted dress and black bag, both by Prada.
Beaming in a belted, white Givenchy dress featuring a handkerchief hem, the Duchess of Sussex seemed to be enjoying her Royal Ascot debut.
Meghan wore a flowy white and blue floral maxi dress by Oscar de la Renta as she accompanied her husband to the wedding of Celia McCorquodale and George Woodhouse in Lincolnshire, England.
The Duchess of Sussex wore head-to-toe Givenchy for her first solo royal engagement with the Queen in Cheshire.
Meghan wore this peachy-pink outfit by Carolina Herrera to her first Trooping The Colour, a parade in honour of the Queen's birthday. She also opted for Canadian jewellery, by picking Birks.
Three days after Meghan and Prince Harry's wedding, the couple attends Prince Charles' 70th birthday celebration at Buckingham Palace. Meghan is wearing a pale rose-coloured dress by London-based label Goat Fashion.
For the wedding reception, Meghan changed into a simple Stella McCartney number with a sophisticated halter neck.
Meghan Markle wears a Givenchy gown for her wedding to Prince Harry at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended the ANZAC memorial services that honours all military personnel in Australia and New Zealand who've lost their lives will serving their country. For the occasion, Markle wore a grey Smythe coat and a black felt hat.
For the second half of the ANZAC memorial services, Meghan went for an all black skirt and jacket ensemble by designer Emilia Wickstead.
Meghan and Harry went hand in hand to the 25th anniversary memorial service in honour of Stephen Lawrence. Meghan kept things simple but elegant in this navy Hugo Boss dress.
Meghan Markle embraced royal colours in this Stella McCArtney cape dress fit for a princess. Markle paired her dress with a plated brass Zodiac bag by designer Naeem Khan with the constellation of her own zodiac, Leo, etched into the front.
Royal bride-to-be Meghan Markle looked ready for spring at the Invictus Reception in Sydney, Australia. Markle wore a green floral dress by label Self Portrait and paired It with black suede Manolo Blahnik heels.
Meghan Markle attended a Women’s Empowerment reception in the Jackie O dress by designer Black Halo. The dress, with its simple but flattering sheath style and asymmetrical neckline is a favourite among celebrities that has been around for years. To get the look for yourself, shopbop.com sells the same dress for $482.
Meghan Markle attended the Commonwealth Youth Forum in a striped Altuzarra trench style dress. To complete the look, Markle carried a striped cross body bag by Australian brand Oroton and Mary Jane pumps by British designer Tamara Mellon.
Meghan Markle loves her Canadian designers. during an unexpected visit to Northern Ireland, Meghan wore a Mackage belted wool coat and Greta Constantine skirt with a Victoria Beckham sweater and a Charlotte Elizabeth bag.
Meghan looked fit for royalty in a white tailored coat by Amanda Wakely and a matching beret from Stephen Jones Millinery.
Meghan went for a simple and sleek look on International Women's Day in a two-toned J.Crew coat
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry joined Prince William and Kate Middleton for her first official engagement at the Royal Foundation Forum.
For the occasion, Markle opted for a blue belted trench dress by Jason Wu.
Meghan Markle passed through Edinburgh, Scotland with Prince Harry early February. Fittingly, the star wore a Burberry tartan coat with a green Strathberry bag and stacked rings from Canadian jeweller Maison Birks’ Iconic collection.
Meghan Markle stepped out with fiancee Prince Harry for her first speaking engagement at The Endeavour Fund Awards in London. Markle took a note from her former role on "Suits,' wearing an Alexander McQueen Grain de Poudre wool blazer and matching pants.
Markle wore this gorgeous off-the-shoulder jacket from Theory, in a check print that some say is a subtle nod to her future father-in-law.
Markle continues to travel around her new home, meeting and greeting people as she does. This time, she wore a black Stella McCartney coat with a sash-style belt, looking chic. She also accessorized with a green bag and black boots, and an easy undone hairstyle.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited Reprezent Radio in early 2018. Markle continued her Canadian-brand spotlight by wearing a beautiful Smythe jacket.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend service at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on Christmas Day. Markle wore a camel coat from Canadian brand Sentaler, with a Chloe bag and Stuart Weitzman boots.
Markle wore a sheer Ralph & Russo gown for her first official engagement photo with Prince Harry.
Okay, so you can't really see her outfit in this photo but don't they look so cute?
Here's a full look at that beautiful Ralph & Russo dress!
After the engagement announcement of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was announced on November 27, 2017, the couple headed to The Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace for an official photocall. Markle wore a white coat from Canadian brand Line for the event.
Meghan wore a Mackage coat (a Canadian brand!) to the Terrace Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair in Nottingham. We love the look of this double-breasted coat—and the fact that she seems to be matching Prince Harry.
The relationship was made official when Meghan accompanied Price Harry to the Invictus Games in Toronto in 2017. She wore a button-down shirt from Misha Nonoo, with Mother Denim jeans and Sarah Flint flats. As for accessories, her Everlane tote bag and Finley and Co. sunglasses completed the look.
Markle wore Aritzia's Beaune dress paired with a rich burgundy leather jacket at the opening ceremonies for the Invictus Games in Toronto in the fall of 2017.
Markle attended the Sephora remodeling at the Eaton Centre in Toronto in the spring of 2016 in a chic black outfit, complete with leather moto jacket.
In 2016, Markle stunned in this bold red dress by Jill Stuart in New York City.
Mixing navy blue with leopard print and black, Markle looked super chic when taping a July 2016 episode of The Today Show at Rockefeller Center.
In late 2015, Markle stunned in this sparkly, deep cut number from friend and designer Misha Nonoo!
The actor and humanitarian wore this Self Portrait dress in a pale blue, and paired it with simple pumps.
A short suit never looked so good! Wearing Veronica Beard and looking stylish and breezy, this blue suit was paired with a pop of pink in the form of her bag.
Markle wore this Tibi dress while out and about in NYC.
Wearing a stunning Dolce & Gabbana dress with Aquazzura heels, Meghan looked stunning at the Elle USA dinner event.