The Duchess of Sussex has made her first appearance with new husband Prince Harry since their wedding at a garden party celebrating Prince Charles’ charitable work in his 70th year – and all eyes were on her demure, very polished outfit.

Meghan wore a saucer-style hat by Galway milliner Philip Treacy, a London based designer who is a favourite among the royals.

If the Meghan effect is already taking hold and you desperately want Meghan’s hat for yourself we’re afraid it’s bespoke, but there is a similar design which you can buy here.

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The activist already seems to be taking inspiration from her sister-in-law, as her dress is by luxury British label Goat – a brand the Duchess of Cambridge often wears.

The blush "Flavia" dress in dusky pink is described on the Goat website as having a "contrast silk-chiffon decolletage and sleeves with delicate frayed edge trim on the neckline and cuffs".

As with anything the royals wear, the dress sold out in record time but it is available in black for £590 (approx €673) here.

Meghan Markle
Duchess Markle (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

While Meghan previously made the 'controversial' (!) move to wear a crossbody bag - possibly becoming the first royal to do so - this time she has opted for a more traditional clutch.

With the warm weather, some were confused about her white tights...

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at a garden party at Buckingham Palace
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at a garden party at Buckingham Palace (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Is it because she’s a royal now? Are they supposed to match her sleeves? Did she choose them herself?

Whatever the reason, you can guarantee we'll be following this Duchess' style from here on out - especially if she keep supporting Irish design!.