It’s seems Ms. Meghan Markle may well have found her favourite new British designer, in the form of none other than Marks & Spencer.
The soon-to-be royal wowed fashion fans on her latest royal engagement with Prince Harry, by stepping out in a very reasonably price Marks & Sparks jumper, costing £45.
And now, it’s been revealed that the former actress has actually worn another item from the high-street retailer – a fashion find that, until now, had actually managed to slip under the radar.
On Christmas Day, Meghan joined Prince Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and other members of the royal family at the annual Sandringham church service.
The 36-year-old wrapped up in a warm cream and brown outfit, and accessorised with some luxurious-looking leather gloves.
And while the rest of her outfit was designer, it’s been revealed that Meghan’s stylish handwear is actually from Marks & Spencer.
Blogger What Meghan Wore identified the item, informing fans of the find on their social media channels.
The leather stitch detail gloves sell for the super-affordable price of £17.50, and are available in 11 different colours. Meghan however chose the classic tan colour.
The gloves are also available in a small, medium and large, to ensure you get the right fit.
If the seal of approval from a soon-to-be royal wasn’t enough, the gloves have also won themselves a range of positive reviews on the M&S website.
One customer wrote, ‘Soft quality leather that looks and feels far more expensive than the actual cost. Great range of colours and very stylish.’, while another said, ‘Couldn’t resist these – so many colours to chose from – soft flexible leather with a lining that is kind to the hands. Elegant to wear out, but practical too’.
It seems Meghan is quickly following in the footsteps of her soon-to-be sister-in-law Catherine, who has long been an advocate of affordable high-street pieces.
The Duchess regularly wears items from slightly more expensive high-street stores, including Jigsaw and Reiss. However, a pair of her favourite heels, some elegant nude court shoes, were actually also from Marks & Spencer – so might we have found the royals favourite high-street brand?