MEGHAN Markle might have designers all over the world desperate to dress her.
But for one of her first royal engagement back in the UK, the Duchess of Sussex looked no further than Topshop for her source of style inspiration.
Ahead of the Endeavour Awards last night, the Duchess made a secret solo trip to the National Theatre in London – which will remain one of her patronages after Megxit.
Championing British fashion brands, the Duchess paired her high street top with a gold necklace by English jewellery company Missoma – which is another of her favourite designers.
Not only is the Duchess' top bang on trend with its statement puff sleeves and sheer finish, it's only pretty purse-friendly too.
Available in white, black, blue and coral, this royally-approved button-down blouse will only set you back £29.
- Ivory Organza Sleeve Button Through Blouse, £29 from Topshop – buy now
But you'd better be quick if you fancy bagging one of the blouses for yourself as this "trending product" is almost guaranteed to sell out thanks to the "Meghan effect".
The Duchess tucked the pretty top into a £595 white jacquard pencil skirt by Roland Mouret.
Like her Victoria Beckham dress last night, Meghan's skirt also had a contrasting zip running up the back as well as knee-high slit on the front.
- Roland Mouret Jacquard Pencil Skirt, £595 from My Theresa – buy now
- Loewe Postal Bag, £1,485 from 24 Sevres – buy now
- Mae Pump, £615 from Aquazzura – buy now
Contrasting with her all-white outfit, Meghan carried a £1,485 mini black leather bag by luxury Spanish fashion house Loewe.
The Duchess' dainty, timeless mini postal bag comes with a detachable strap which means it can either be worn cross-body or held by the handles like Meghan.
Finishing off her chic ensemble, Meghan
In more Royal Family news, "adoring" Meghan Markle and Prince Harry showed their "honeymoon" affection during their first post- Megxit event, a body language expert has claimed.
And actor Riz Ahmed tried to "spud" the Queen when he was baffled by her peculair handshake.
Plus Meghan Markle was "too good" for the monarchy and a "smiling face in the dull institution", Hilary Mantel has claimed.
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