Meghan Markle’s ACTUAL fascinator can be yours for £29.50

Can you guess which high street store she got it from?

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Meghan Markle has been making her royal fashion mark in the weeks since she married Prince Harry on May 19th. With three official public engagements already under her belt, it’s clear a pattern has begun to emerge as far as her wardrobe is concerned.

For each ensemble, the Duchess of Sussex has opted for a dress with a pencil skirt silhouette in a variation of nude or blush. Demure, but incredibly chic.

Naturally, she has every high end designer practically begging to dress her for her next outing but, for her most recent state visit, on which she travelled solo with the Queen, she turned to Givenchy – the fashion house which designed her now iconic wedding dress – for sartorial support.

HM Queen Elizabeth II and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, visit Chester on their first public engagement together. Chester, Cheshire, on June 14, 2018.
Meghan Markle joins the Queen on an official royal engagement

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However, it seems Meghan was ready to inject some playfulness back into her attire as this weekend, particularly at the wedding of Prince Harry’s cousin and Princess Diana’s niece, Celia McCorquodale.

Casting aside her new-found penchant for nude, Meghan looked absolutely stunning in a Wedgewood-inspired dress in blue and white from acclaimed couturier, Oscar de la Renta.

While such a dress would likely cost four-figures, Meghan made sure to offset the expense by turning to a British high street brand for her accessories. Yes, really! Clearly she’s following in sister-in-law Kate Middleton’s thrifty fashion footsteps…

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex joins Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge on the royal balcony at this year’s Trooping of the Colour – IDS

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Sporting a chic cream fascinator with elegant looping bow detail, at first glance we assumed it would be the work of Philip Treacy. In actual fact, however, it’s from none other than Marks & Spencer.


Meghan’s actual fascinator, £29.50, from Marks & Spencer

In true high street fashion, it’s super affordable to boot – only £29.50!

Indeed, as she wore it somewhat on the sly – not to mention on a weekend – the revelation has gone somewhat unnoticed by the masses, meaning the hairpiece is still in stock both in-store and online. Though we doubt it’ll stick around for long.

Available in both navy and Meghan’s chosen cream colour way, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more versatile hat this occasion season – let alone one with the royal seal of approval. Meghan, we bow down…

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