Duchess Meghan reportedly loves these £6 tights from Marks & Spencer

Meghan Markle

The Duchess of Sussex is normally seen out in a range of designer clothing, regularly favouring the likes of Givenchy and Victoria Beckham.

But it seems that the royal penchant for pricier clothing doesn't mean that Meghan isn't partial to a high-street buy every once in a while.

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According to The Sun, the Duchess is reportedly a big fan of an affordable pair of tights from none other than high-street hero, Marks & Spencer.

They're stated that Meghan recently opted for the store's Autograph Illusion tights, which she wore at the recent Commonwealth Day service, which she attended alongside Prince Harry, the Queen, and the Duchess of Cambridge.

The tights cost just £6, and come in a variety of different shades to match your skin tone.

You can buy Autograph Illusion M&S tights here.

A source told the publication, “Meghan loves M&S and is a proud supporter of British brands.”

It's thought that the Duchess of Sussex often goes bare-legged, rather than wearing tights. But the Queen is normally keen for royal women to wear something on their legs if they have dresses and skirts on, which is reportedly why Meghan opted for the M&S pair for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.

Of course, it's not the first time Meghan has worn Marks & Spencer for a royal engagement.

Back in January 2018, just months after announcing her engagement to Prince Harry, she wore a £45 bell jumper from the retailer whilst on a visit to Brixton.

The jumper quickly sold out, and is still out of stock now.

It seems that Meghan isn't the only royal who is a fan of high-street tights though. It's thought that the Duchess of Cambridge also loves a £5 pair of John Lewis tights, which come with built-in sticky pads on the bottom to prevent her from slipping in her heels.

So will be picking up a pair of the Duchess' favourite high-street tights?

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 womanandhome.com.