It must be quite annoying being a member of the royal family as you cant wear anything without being copied by half the world.
Meghan Markle wore a Goat dress (no, not a dress with a goat on – we were disappointed too) at her first official royal appearance – a garden party to celebrate Prince Charles 70th birthday, which is later this year.
Newly married Meghan wore the brands Flavia dress in dusky pink, which cost £590, and predictably, it sold out within minutes.
Being a duchess, Meghan had the dress tailored to fit her like a glove.
Royal fashion fans even managed to crash the retailers site, causing it to be offline for 40 minutes.
Meghan wore the dusky pink version of Goats Flavia dress
Details fit for a duchess
The dress is made with 100% wool, with a silk lining, and a second acetate/polyester lining.
Goats website describes the dress as: beautifully fluid and feminine. This fit and flare shaped dress has contrast silk-chiffon décolletage and sleeves and delicate frayed edge trim on the neckline and cuffs. Perfect for both daytime or evening event dressing.
Fashion retailer Matches also sold out of the dress, describing it as: a study in the elegance of simplicity.
If youre keen on the Flavia dress, the black version is available.
Flavia dress in black, Goat, £590
The Duchess of Sussex also wore a Philip Treacy dome hat
If you were inspired by Meghans pretty bouquet at the weekend, you can get your own for £55 here.
Design mavens will also be interested in checking out the sketches for the newlyweds veil, which included flowers from every Commonwealth country.
Take a closer look at her Givenchy wedding dress here.