Meghan Markle is fast becoming our new favourite style icon.
As it increasingly appears that a wedding between the Suits actress and Prince Harry is ‘imminent’, people have been paying more and more attention to the star from across the pond.
And from Meghan’s chic go-to sunglasses to her flawless, freckled-cover complexion, her look is quick becoming one that fans are keen to follow.
From sales soars to interest surges, here’s all the evidence the actress is fast following in Kate Middleton’s lead to create the Meghan Markle effect.
Wilfred at Aritzia dress
Before Meghan (who has an incredible net worth) shared a kiss with Harry at the Invictus Games, she came to support from the crowds days before, and looked stunning in varying shades of plum.
She opted for a budget mid length chiffon dress in truffle from Toronto based shop Aritzia, costing $ 185, approximately £137.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk hand-in-hand as they make their first public appearance together [PA]
But fans looking to copy the look were disappointed as the flattering dress in the regal shade almost immediately sold out across all sizes.
Finlay & Co sunglasses
[Finlay & Co]
When Meghan, who plays Rachel Zane in hit series Suits, made her first public appearance hand-in-hand with the prince, she kept it simple yet chic.
Meghan, age 36, opted for the Percy Sunglasses from the shades brand.
Following her outing with her rumoured soon to be husband, Finally & Co – a West London based designer – sold £20,000 worth of sunglasses over night.
At the Invictus Games in Canada, she uses the tortoise shell shades to complete her look outfit consisting of ripped jeans and an over sized white linen shirt.
Everlane tote bag
During that outing, Prince Harry’s girlfriend caught everyone’s eye with an oversized Everlane’s The Day Market Tote bag, which also sold bag.
The bag (costing $ 165 or £125) has only just come back in stock since she sported it. It’s recently been revealed that Meghan is a huge fans of NARS Orgasm blush, £24, and Nivea Q10 Firming Body Lotion, £4.20, and we can only expect the sales of the beauty classics to surge, too.