Seitdem sie ein Mitglied der Königsfamilie ist, hat die Herzogin von Sussex ihren Status als berühmteste Mode-Muse der Welt nur noch weiter verfestigt.
Vorbei sind die Tage von Cross-Body-Bags, Blazern, die über die Schultern gehängt werden, und zerrissenen Jeans. Stattdessen trägt sie nun neutrale Farben, Kostüme und ein kleines Schwarzes – alles abgesegnet vom Kensington Palace.
Allerdings blieb sie dabei modisch ihren Lieblings-Labels wie Stella McCartney, Givenchy und Victoria Beckham treu.
Und dann bewies Meghan Markle ihr modisches Know-how auch noch neun Monate lang mit beneidenswerten Schwangerschafts-Looks, die insgesamt geschätzte £ 478.920 (€ 522.815) kosteten – das entspricht rund £ 6.385 (€ 6.970) pro Outfit.
Von ihren diplomatischen Outfits während der Staatsreisen bis hin zu einer überraschenden Vorliebe für britische Mode von der Stange – hier ist ein Überblick über unsere bisherigen Lieblings-Looks der Herzogin von Sussex.
For her first post-pregnancy red carpet appearance, the Duchess of Sussex reminded us why she's the nation's go-to style muse in a £3,454 black satin dress with sheer sleeves by Jason Wu. A £1,680 Gucci clutch and matching shoes completed the winning ensemble. [Photo: Getty] Proving she understands the power of her wardrobe, the new mother chose a belted trench dress by up-and-coming designer Grace Wales Bonner to debut baby Archie to the world. Meghan was praised worldwide for showcasing her post-baby bump in the ensemble. [Photo: Getty] Reminding the nation that she's also fond of the great British high street, the Duchess of Sussex dressed in a £185 Reiss number for a panel discussion in London. Her go-to £1,245 Alexander McQueen, £505 Manolo Blahnik heels and a £707 Stella McCartney clutch bag earned her extra style points. [Photo: Getty] Demonstrating how to wear SS19's biggest trend, the royal wore a powder pink dress and co-ordinating blazer by Brandon Maxwell. To accessorise the tonal ensemble, the royal chose a Carolina Herrera clutch bag with lace-up Aquazurra heels - which she first wore on her engagement photo call. [Photo: Getty] In a sartorial move which proved you don't have to give up the Hollywood sparkle when you marry into the royal family, the Duchess of Sussex waved the American flag in a £3,495 Brandon Maxwell sequin gown at the evening event. [Photo: Getty] One of our favourite looks to date was this colour-blocking ensemble by Meghan's go-to Canadian labels. Kick-starting 2019 in style, the Duchess of Sussex broke her navy streak in a traffic light red Sentaler coat teamed with a purple midi dress by Aritzia’s Babaton. Clashing Stuart Weitzman heels finished the look. [Photo: Getty] For a visit to one of her first patronages, Smart Works, the mother-to-be stepped out of her regal comfort zone in a chic £2,492 camel-hued Oscar de la Renta coat over a £170 black dress by US maternity label Hatch. But it was her bang-on-trend Gianvito Rossi cow print shoes which proved most surprising. [Photo: Getty] In a surprise move which delighted fashion enthusiasts, the Duchess of Sussex took to the stage at the 2019 Fashion Awards in a one-shoulder Givenchy gown. It proved a fitting choice, as she awarded close friend Clare Waight Keller with the award for Womenswear Designer of the Year. [Photo: Getty] In a boundary-pushing look, the Duchess of Sussex swerved her usual monochrome suit in favour of a sequinned halterneck ensemble by Safiyaa. [Photo: Getty] She may be a member of the Windsor household but the Duchess of Sussex proved she can still have fun with fashion in a £1,155 pom-pom dress by New York label Figue. Seeking inspiration from sister-in-law Kate, she finished the look with a pair of Kensington Palace-approved Castañer espadrilles. [Photo: Getty] The Duchess of Sussex stuck to her go-to hue on day seven of the couple’s royal tour in a £1,095 dress by Safiyaa. [Photo: Getty] For her first trip to the namesake county of Sussex, the royal reminded the nation of her enviable fashion contacts. Meghan became one of the first to own the £1,695 'Demi' handbag from Gabriela Hearst - prompting a waiting list within minutes. It wasn't her only designer piece either, as she wore a £369 Hugo Boss skirt with a £1,699. A £69 & Other Stories shirt and her favourite Stuart Weitzman Legend pumps (worth £289) completed the look. [Photo: Getty] Continuing her suit streak, the former actress chose a slick Altuzarra co-ord for the red carpet event and accessorised the slick look with a Stella McCartney clutch and a silky blouse courtesy of Swedish label, Deitas. [Photo: Getty] In a look reminiscent of her 'Suits' days, the Duchess of Sussex wore a suitably Irish green Givenchy dress for a trip to the Emerald Isle. A £545 Strathberry midi tote finished the look. [Photo: Getty] Once again, the Duchess of Sussex proved she understands the power of her wardrobe at a summer garden party in Ireland. The royal chose a little black dress by Emilia Wickstead shortly after news broke that the designer had criticised her wedding gown - a tactical move which quickly tackled any rumours of a rift. She finished the evening look with her go-to Aquazzura shoes and Birks earrings [Photo: Getty] Making the art of royal dressing look effortless, Meghan chose a bespoke '50s inspired Dior dress for the prestigious outing with a co-ordinating hat by Stephen Jones. [Photo: Getty] Again one of our favourite looks to date, the Duchess of Sussex chose a punchy £1,300 Brandon Maxwell dress for the Commonwealth meeting - a not-so-subtle nod to her American roots. [Photo: Getty] Demonstrating how one should dress for an outing with Her Majesty, the royal stuck to a neutral hued Givenchy shift dress with co-ordinating £265 heels by American designer Sarah Flint. [Photo: Getty]