It's only her second official engagement of her new royal life, but it seems Meghan Markle is taking to life within 'the firm' like a duck to water.
Meghan and her fiance Prince Harry headed to the south London area of Brixton on Tuesday 9th January, to visit youth radio Reprezent, to take a look at the work they do for young people.
The couple were met by huge crowds, who had been waiting hours to meet the newly engaged pair.
But it was Meghan's outfit that really got everyone talking, as the bride-to-be opted for an item from a homegrown British brand, paying tribute to her new, adopted country.
Prince Harry's fiancee chose to wear an oversized black Marks and Spencer jumper, which she paired with some black flared Burberry trousers, and the Brando coat by Candian brand Smythe, in a nod to her former home country.
She also chose the Sara fringe scarf from Jigsaw, which is available for just £34.
Really great vibe @ReprezentRadio today. Everyone described it as a â€˜familyâ€™ and it clearly was. Good luck to al especially @RemiBurgz and @GloryTalksUK #PrinceHarry #MeghanMarkle pic.twitter.com/kjgtbKNxpf— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) January 9, 2018
Fashion fans couldn't believe their eyes as Meghan stepped out in the flattering black M&S jumper, which she tucked into her floor-length trousers.
The jumper sells for just £45, and inevitably, sold out almost as soon as Meghan was spotted wearing it.
But luckily, the jumper is now completely back in stock online! Marks & Spencer revealed that they had fully restocked what they have dubbed the 'royal jumper', in a post on their Twitter account.
If you fancy picking it up for yourself, head to the Marks & Spencer website here.
It's the first time Meghan has worn an affordable pick from a UK retailer for an official engagement with the Prince, and many have suggested that the soon to be royal is taking a leaf out of the Duchess of Cambridge's book, pairing pieces from the UK high-street with clothes from high-end designers.
Once inside the radio station, Meghan and Harry had a tour with various young people, who explained how they had got involved in the enterprise, and what they do on a day-to-day basis there.
They also conducted a brief walkabout with fans outside of the station, who appeared delighted to be meeting the royal couple.