Meghan Markle's £200 Christmas pyjamas are nothing short of epic - run, don't walk

This week, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's much-talked about Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan dropped, and we don't know about you, but we binge-watched the first three episodes in one sitting.

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Aside from the couple's personal experiences, there is lots of never-before-seen footage, and that includes some really fabulous outfits. In one shot, mother-of-two Meghan can be seen sitting on her couch, with a Hermès blanket draped over the cushion. Meghan herself looks comfy in an oversize camel jumper, and a pair of beautiful red pyjamas with white piping. In short, majorly chic Christmas PJs... which let's face it, we're always on the hunt for!

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The former Suits star wore PJs by La Ligne and guess what? They're in stock!

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The website says of the style which called the 'Bonne Nuit': "Our PJs are cut from our super soft t-shirt fabric for the ultimate in comfort and style when you need a little hygge. Red cotton framed with contrasting white piping, our PJ set has a relaxed-fit top and elasticated drawstring wide-leg pants."


Meghan wearing her La Ligne pyjamas

Why not treat yourself?

Meghan's pyjamas:


Bonne Nuit Pajamas, $250, La Ligne


Meghan is considered a style icon by many, and also spoke about how she dressed when she was a working royal. "Most of the time that I was in the U.K. I rarely wore colour—there was thought in that."

Get the look:


Eberjey Gisele stretch-jersey pyjama set, £125, Harvey Nichols


She added: "To my understanding, you could never wear the same colour as Her Majesty if there's a group event, but then you also shouldn't be wearing the same colour as one of the other more senior members of the family.

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"So I was like, 'Well, what's a colour that they'll probably never wear?' Camel, beige, white... so I wore a lot of muted tones, but it was also so I could just blend in. I'm not trying to stand out here. There was no version of me joining this family and me not doing everything I could to fit in."

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