Meghan Markle always looks nothing short of immaculate - and her look at a wedding this past weekend was no exception.
Just a month after their own wedding day, Meghan and Prince Harry headed to the nuptials of Celia McCurquodale, Princess Diana’s niece, and George Woodhouse, in Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire.
It was Meghan’s first outing since her recent set of engagements in Chester, alongside Her Majesty the Queen, and she certainly dressed the part, opting for a floaty, and summery, £3,992 Oscar De La Renta gown for the occasion.
And while the dress was undeniably expensive, Meghan opted for a more purse-friendly option when it came to the fascinator.
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The new royal relied on what appears to be her new favourite UK high-street store, Marks & Spencer, for the regal white fascinator, which completed her country wedding look perfectly.
And the best part? The pillbox bow hat is an utter bargain, at just £29.50! Which is certainly a great price for a Meghan-approved fashion accessory.
The M&S fascinator comes in both black and white – meaning it’s the ideal neutral option for any summer wedding you need to attend.
Meghan’s hat could also be a brilliant choice for those attending this week’s Royal Ascot – with the white colour guaranteed to go with almost any outfit.
Meghan finished off her outfit with a chic Carolina Herrera clutch, and, fittingly, her own pair of white bespoke, Aquazurra wedding shoes.
After heading into the church, Harry and Meghan watched on as the youngest daughter of Lady Sarah McCorquodale, Princess Diana’s sister, got married.
Celia even paid a sweet nod to her late auntie, wearing the very same tiara Diana wore for her wedding to Prince Charles.
While Duchess Meghan now has a wealth of designer clothes at her disposal, it’s now the third time that she has opted for M&S since becoming a member of the royal family.
Back in November, Meghan wrapped up warm in a very affordable £45 Marks & Spencer jumper – causing a frenzy among fashion fans.
In December, she also joined the royal family for their annual Sandringham Christmas Day service, decked out in a pair of brown faux-leather gloves from the retailer.
The Duchess’ sister-in-law, Catherine, is also a fan of the classic, high-street shop. She has relied on a pair of their nude court heels for years now, with the shoes becoming a staple in her royal wardrobe.