As you can probably tell from all the sold out accessories and clothes, what Meghan Markle wears, we all want to wear.
Nothing is more coveted than her wedding dresses, and although both the ceremony and reception ones were couture, it looks like there might be a way to steal her style.
Its going to cost you an arm and a leg, but for true Markle fanatics, perhaps itll be worth it.
Stella McCartney is releasing a selection of replica gowns, so that you can recreate Meghans reception look for any fancy parties you happen to be going to.
The brand will release just 46 copies of the gown – 23 in white, and 23 in black – as part of her Made With Love edit, created in honour of the new store opening at 23 Old Bond Street in London.
They wont be exactly like Meghans dress, but theyll be pretty close. Each gown will be made of sustainable viscose rather than silk, and, as we mentioned, the dress will also be available in black.
Oh, and the replica version of the gown costs £3,500. That sounds like a lot, but its a fraction of what people estimate Meghans actual reception dress cost.
Of course, the dress wont be hanging in stores like any old piece of designer clothing. As there will only be 46 made, anyone whos desperate to get their paws on the dress will need to request an invitation from Stella McCartney.
To get an exclusive invite, email firstname.lastname@example.org and you may or may not be selected.
We have no idea what the criteria is, so youre going in blind.
If you get the invite, youll then be allowed to try on the dress. Were not sure what the rules are around taking selfies with it on, but we doubt youd be able to wear the dress for the weekend then return it to get your money back.
For those who cant justify spending thousands to get Meghan Markles style, you can always gaze longingly at the dresses instead – theyre housed in a private exhibition space within the store.
A spokesperson for Stella McCartney also told the Telegraph to watch this space for a bigger run of the Made With Love collection in 2019. Fingers crossed for those of us who arent infinitely rich.