The Duchess of Sussex made her first post-wedding appearance at a garden party celebrating Prince Charles’ charitable work in his 70th year – and all eyes were on her demure, very polished outfit.
Now that she's officially a royal, will Meghan stay true to her fav brands? The American-born actress lived in Toronto for six years while filming TV series Suits and during that time she’s shown a penchant for choosing Canadian designers, opting for classically chic pieces that often have a modern or edgy twist.
Here are five Meghan Markle-approved Canadian fashion brands that we hope to see the Duchess wear.
1. Line the Label
When Meghan stepped out at Kensington Palace for the couple’s first appearance after the engagement announcement wearing a white trench coat from Line the Label the brand’s website crashed and the coat immediately sold out.
The Toronto-based retailer responded by renaming the wrap style trench the Meghan and is now rushing to restock it.
While her coat got most of the attention fashion-wise at the engagement photocall, eagle-eyed royal watchers spotted Meghan’s sparkling earrings, which come from Birks, the fine jewellers founded in Montreal in 1879.
For her first public appearance with Prince Harry at the Invictus Games opening ceremony, Meghan chose a burgundy pleated Wilfred Beaune Dress from Vancouver boutique Atrizia, which you can still buy online.
The actress appears to be a regular shopper (or rather her stylist Jessica Mulroney is) as she’s been snapped wearing pieces from the high-end store frequently in the past.
Showing her support for another of Canadian brand at the Invictus Games, Meghan paired her Atrizia dress, above, with a burgundy leather jacket from Mackage, which has flagship stores in Montreal and Toronto.
Another outerwear specialist the 36-year-old loves is Sentaler, which future sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge also wore on a royal visit to Canada last year.
Not long after, Meghan was spotted in a long belted coat from the brand, and just this week she was seen in London wrapped up in a grey Sentaler scarf, the aptly named Royal Baby Alpaca Classic Scarf.