All Of Meghan Markle's Best Looks Over The Last 12 Weeks


Kensington Palace has announced that Meghan Markle is pregnant with her first child with husband Prince Harry, which means that in the months to come, Markle will debut any number of pregnancy looks. In the meantime, Meghan Markle's best outfits over the last 12 weeks are worth revisiting, as they'll likely give insight into what styles she'll choose in the time before she is due this spring. A royal source told People that Markle has received her 12-week scan and is "feeling well."

Markle's royal style since marrying Prince Harry on May 19 of this year has been polished, but always with a fashion-forward twist. She's able to mix and match luxury designers like Prada and Givenchy with High Street brands that include the likes of & Other Stories and Aritzia. She also dares to wear styles that may not fit the standard conventions of what constitutes "royal style", a tuxedo mini dress serving as a prime example.

During Kate Middleton's three pregnancies, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a number of popular designers, forgoing maternity clothes for the likes of Jenny Packham and Erdem. Dresses, knee-length coats, and comfortable heels were all major components of Middleton's pregnancy style, and may factor into Markle's outfit choices in the coming months, as well.

Below, find a collection of Markle's best outfits from the past 12 weeks, and stay tuned for more flawless looks from the royal in the months to come before her due date in spring, 2019.

Princess Eugenie's Wedding, Oct. 12

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For the wedding of Princess Eugenie, Markle wore a bespoke Givenchy dress and coordinated funnel neck coat. To accessorize, she carried a Givenchy GV3 Clutch ($1,990), Prada Leather Gloves ($380), Manolo Blahnik BB Pumps ($625), and Pippa Small jewelry.

Visiting The University Of Chichester Tech Park in Sussex, Oct. 3

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On a visit to Sussex, Meghan opted for rich cream and dark green. She wore an Emporio Armani coat, & Other Stories Silk Shirt ($99), and Hugo boss skirt. She accessorized her ensemble with a Gabriela Hearst bag and Stuart Weitzman Legend Pumps ($375).

The Opening Of Oceania At The Royal Academy Of Arts, Sept. 25

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For her first solo engagement, Markle wore a black Givenchy long-sleeve dress with a matching Givenchy belt and clutch, finishing the outfit with Aquazzura pumps.

At The Coach Core Awards in Loughborough, Sept. 24

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For the award ceremony, Meghan wore an Oscar de la Renta blouse along with Altuzarra trousers and Aquazzura Simply Irresistible Pumps ($590).

Kensington Palace, Sept. 20

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Markle stepped out at Kensington Palace alongside her mother and Prince Harry dressed in a Smythe coat, Tuxe Cashmere Bodysuit ($300), Misha Nonoo Saturday Skirt ($250), and Sarah Flint heels.

The 100 Days To Peace Gala, Sept. 6

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Meghan Markle arrived at the 100 Days to Peace Gala wearing a bespoke Jason Wu dress and Aquazzura pumps. She carried a bespoke Dior clutch.

The WellChild Awards, Sept. 4

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Meghan attended the award ceremony in London wearing a black suit by Altuzzara, a camisole by Deitas, Stella McCartney Shaggy Deer Clutch ($875), and Aquazzura pumps.

Gala Performance of Hamilton, Aug. 29

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Markle arrived at a performance of the musical Hamilton wearing Judith & Charles Digital Dress ($595), and Paul Andrew pumps.

Sentebale Polo Cup, July 26

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While attending a polo match, Markle wore a Carolina Herrera midi dress which she accessorized with a J.Crew clutch, Aquazzura pumps, and Tom Ford sunglasses.