Watch out, Kate Middleton! It seems like Meghan wants to become the next best-dress member of the House of Windsor. (Photo: WENN)
Meghan Markle was a supporting wife at Harry’s Polo game wearing a chic navy-blue denim Carolina Herrera dress with pickets and with a wide belt cinching her waist. (Photo: WENN)
Meghan attended the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in a sleeveless pale pink trench coat dress by House of Nonie featuring black double-breasted buttons down the front. (Photo: WENN)
The Duchess of Sussex visited the home of Ireland President in a sleek pair of black trousers paired with a Givenchy blazer with oversized shoulders accentuating her tiny frame. (Photo: WENN)
Markle spent her second day in Dublin in a taupe-gray dress designed by her friend Roland Mouret featuring her favorite bateau neckline and a unique waterfall skirt. (Photo: WENN)
The former actress showed sartorial diplomacy as she arrived in Ireland wearing a forest green patch pocket pencil skirt and matching short-sleeve blouse, designed by Givenchy. (Photo: WENN)
Meg sported a Dior A-line black dress paired with a Stephen Jones statement hat that nailed the whole situation at the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the royal air force. (Photo: WENN)
Meghan Markle made her Royal Ascot debut in an elegant white button-up dress by Givenchy with a contrasting skinny black belt that matched the detailing of her statement hat. (Photo: WENN)
Markle arrived in Cheshire for her first solo engagement with the Queen wearing a modest, structured cream Givenchy dress featuring a cape detail over her shoulders. (Photo: WENN)
The Duchess of Sussex made her Trooping of the Colour debut in a custom made, off-the shoulder Carolina Herrera blushed pink ensemble that perfectly match her incredible hat. (Photo: WENN)
It’s been only a little over two months since Meghan Markle married Prince Harry and
was officially minted Duchess of Sussex—but her wardrobe tells otherwise. If we didn’t know the former actress, we would automatically think she’s was born into the British Royal Family by just looking at her impeccable fashion.
And though this newlywed’s style has always been modern yet timeless—as per demonstrated with that iconic Givenchy bridal gown—,
Meghan’s fashion has undergone its own royal transformation to match that of her always chic sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge.
Watch out, Kate Middleton! It seems like Meghan wants to become the next best-dress member of the House of Windsor.
In honor of Meg’s 37
th birthday, here’s a rundown of 10 of her best looks since joining the Royal Family. With bateau necklines, pencil skirts, and the ever-present neutral palette, here’s how Markle is mastering the royal fashion protocol—one look at a time.