Meghan Markle's Marks & Spencer jumper is back in stock - and it's been updated for Spring

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Meghan Markle wowed excited onlookers on her second official royal engagement back in January, when she and Prince Harry visited the south London area of Brixton.

But during the visit, 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 for the visit - her first fashion pick from the UK high-street.

She paired the jumper with some black flared Burberry trousers, and the Brando coat by Candian brand Smythe.

The M&S jumper sent shoppers into a frenzy, and the item sold out almost immediately after the royal-to-be stepped out in it.

Since then, the jumper has been out of stock in most M&S stores and online. But luckily for fashion fans, it's now back in stock in all sizes!

For £45, you can yet again bag the flattering, over-sized jumper with bell sleves for yourself.

And if that weren't enough, the popular fashion buy has also received a fitting update for Spring. While Marks & Spencer have re-released the jumper in black, they've also created a coral version of the piece too.

Named 'flame', the alternative colour is the perfect option for the unpredictable Spring weather - ensuring you rock a bright spring-time look, whilst also keeping warm in likely chilly temperatures.

As ever, the jumper is on sale for £45 - a bargain for a great investment piece.

So if you fancy picking the jumper up for yourself, head to the Marks & Spencer website here.

It was first time Meghan had 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 was taking a leaf out of the Duchess of Cambridge's book, pairing pieces from the UK high-street with clothes from high-end designers.

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on