It's possible that the future royal, who had moved to Toronto in 2011 to appear in 'Suits,' was speaking like a Canadian.
The ‘Meghan Markle Effect ‘ is sweeping the globe sending her go-to garments and accessories flying from the shelves. But it’s hardly surprising, as the royal-to-be is following in future sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge ‘s footsteps with her every sartorial move victim to the camera lens. And a headline, two Instagram snaps and a shopping article later, her latest get-up manages sells out faster than the last. Whether it’s a Strathberry bag on the crook of her arm or a bell-sleeved knit fresh from the high street, there’s no trend the nation won’t buy into. But with a penchant for uber-cool labels and a soft spot for homegrown brands, the 36-year-old is undoubtedly reinventing the wheel when it comes to royal fashion. By swapping evening gowns for slick suits and eschewing the traditional clutch in favour of handbag heavyweight Chloé, the royal-to-be is bringing a whole new meaning to upper class fashion one label at a time. And with four public sell-out engagement looks already under her belt, it’s hard to believe the royal-in-waiting wasn’t born into the Monarchy. From androgynous suiting to rule-breaking accessories, here’s how Meghan Markle is shaking up the fashion agenda over at Buckingham Palace. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The ultimate Meghan Markle style file Here’s everything we know about the royal wedding so far The ‘Meghan Markle Effect’ is in full swing and already worth a cool £500 million
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have revealed more wedding details including the route of a carriage procession through Windsor
LONDON (AP) — Forget the World Cup kicking off in Russia in June. The real competition right now is who's going to be invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding in May.
In 1947, when the Queen and Prince Philip got married, their wedding gifts included a lavish, diamond-encrusted tiara, glittering sapphire jewellery and delicate Meissen porcelain.
“I swear it works, as silly as you may feel,” the royal-to-be recently said of the practice. “On days I do it, my cheekbones and jawline are waaay more sculpted.”