Plenty of people try to emulate Duchess Meghan’s royal style. That’s why most things she wears—dresses, coats, tops, everything—tend to sell out pretty quickly, with some even deeming it the “Meghan Markle effect.” But recently, it seems a certain celebrity even copped the Duchess of Sussex’s style on the red carpet.
While attending the “Game of Thrones'”Season 8 premiere on Wednesday, April 3rd in New York City, Amanda Peet donned a Carolina Herrera floral silk gown that featured a blue on blue print and flounced short sleeves. While the gown is stunning, it’s also familiar.
Royal fans will notice that this is the same gown that Meghan Markle wore to meet with King Mohammed VI on the last day of her and Prince Harry’s three-day tour in Morocco back in February. The duchess paired the look with her signature low bun, a white clutch and simple earrings. She also had the elastic at the waist removed to, we assume, make it more maternity-friendly.
The gown originally made its debut earlier this year on Carolina Herrera’s Fall 2019 runway, a show that was inspired by Meghan Markle herself. In speaking about the collection, Creative Director Wes Gordon told The Telegraph, “It’s all designed for a bold, confident woman who doesn’t want to be a wallflower and loves beautiful things. I think that’s her.”
The $2,990 gown is currently sold out.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Birkenhead in January. The duchess’ look was said to pay homage to Princess Diana.
The Duchess of Sussex visited with the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) in London, another one of her patronages.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Cirque du Soleil Premiere Of ‘TOTEM’ at Royal Albert Hall in January.
Duchess Meghan wore a glittering long-sleeved Roland Mouret gown with Stuart Weitzman sandals and Givenchy clutch, along with a gold bracelet that reportedly once belonged to Princess Diana.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan visited the Old Vic theater in Bristol.
Meghan wore a black coat by William Vintage and a matching scarf paired with an olive green purse.
See the next slide for what she wore underneath!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend the Endeavour Fund Awards at Drapers Hall in February.
The Duchess wore a Givenchy ensemble consisting of a white button down and a black high-waisted skirt. She accessorized her look with a black clutch and Aquazzura pumps.
Meghan Markle had dinner with friends (including Serena Williams) at The Polo Bar in NYC ahead of her lavish baby shower in February.
She wore a full-length black Victoria Beckham double-breast coat, dark skinny jeans and black Tamara Mellon boots.
Meghan Markle was spotted outside of The Mark Hotel in NYC leaving for her flight back to the UK.
The duchess wore comfy black leggings, a zip-up jacket and black sneakers under a classic camel coat for the long trip. She carried a black Cuyana bag and supposedly wore a Jennifer Meyer 18-carat gold necklace that read “Mommy.”
On her head, she wore a black baseball cap that read “rectify,” which is the name of her friend and former “Suits” co-star, Abigail Spencer’s, now-canceled Sundance Channel series. In fact, the hat may have been loaned to her by her pal as Spencer was spotted wearing it in NYC days prior.
On the first day of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s 3-day trip to Morocco, they were greeted by the British Ambassador to Morocco and his wife.
Meghan got off the plane wearing a custom red Valentino cape dress accessorized with nude heels and a matching clutch.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex later attended a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco on their second day in Morocco.
She wore a custom Dior cape dress with embellishments on the sleeves, gold heels and a matching metallic clutch.
For their last official event in Morroco, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan met with King Mohammed VI of Morocco at his residence.
Meghan opted for a stunning blue Carolina Herrara gown straight off the designer’s Fall/Winter 2019 runway (the show was actually designed with her in mind!). She accessorized the look with a metallic clutch and her hair in her signature low bun.
The Duke of Sussex surprised the audience and pulled the duchess up on stage while giving a speech at the UK’s WE Day event.
Meghan wore a navy Ralph Lauren blazer, black sweater and Rag Bone maternity jeans, similar to an outfit she wore in Morocco. She accessorized the look with her gold Jennifer Myer ‘Mummy’ necklace.
The Duchess of Sussex joined in a panel discussion, convened by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, to mark International Women’s Day at King’s College London in March.
Duchess Meghan wore a black-and-white, floral-printed Reiss mini-dress and a black blazer by Alexander McQueen. She also carried a black Stella McCartney bag and wore matching Manolo Blahnik pumps.
The Duke and Duchess Of Sussex attend a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House in March.
The duchess, who is around eight months pregnant, looked stunning in a green coat with black beaded detailing on the cuffs and collar by Canadian designer Erdem. She paired the outerwear with a matching green dress and Aquazzura black heels.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in March.
Duchess Meghan wore Victoria Beckham head-to-toe in a white and black printed dress with white overcoat and green heels. She topped off the look with a white hat, per tradition.