There’s little doubt Meghan Markle is a model icon with impeccable style. In 2012, the Duchess of Sussex stepped out in a Diane von Furstenberg creation that she claimed was a “big deal” for her on the time.

Since coming into the royal highlight, Meghan has stepped out in some beautiful appears, from coat clothes to capes, blazers to ballgowns.

However, she was simply as glamorous throughout her Suits days, unafraid to experiment with the tendencies.

At a USA Network occasion in 2012, the then-actress opted for the very flattering Zarita mini costume by Diane von Furstenberg.

It was a decent match, navy blue lace quantity with scalloped edges and three-quarter sleeves.

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The costume was very brief, not like the form of clothes she later wore when representing the Royal Family.

However, she wasn’t truly an enormous fan of the look, as revealed in a dialog with Glamour.

Meghan advised the journal in 2017: “I was going to this event and there was this DVF lace dress with a zipper up the back, and it was so fitted, and had tea length sleeves.

“Even shopping for a DVF costume was a giant deal, and I purchased one in navy and black.

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“It was too tight, and too short, and my hair was too polished, and everything about it was trying too hard.”

Nevertheless, she regarded gorgeous, pairing the look with nude pumps boasting a pink sole, presumably Christian Louboutin.

Jewellery was stored to a minimal, with only a stylish gold allure bracelet and an announcement ring.

Despite later saying her hair was “too polished”, the now Duchess regarded pretty with massive, bouncy curls.

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As for make-up, this was night glam, full with blusher, pink shimmer lipstick and darkish, smokey eyes.

She appeared to be carrying a refined off-white or pearl-coloured nail polish.

The big day for Meghan’s look was USA Network’s and The Moth’s Storytelling Tour ‘A More Perfect Union: Stories of Prejudice and Power’.

She was pictured on the occasion alongside fellow Suits stars Sarah Rafferty and Gina Torres.

Two years later, Kate Middleton stepped out in the identical Zarita costume – however with two main variations.

As against the mini costume choice Meghan went with, the then Duchess went for a floor-length model in black somewhat than navy.

She turned heads carrying the ballgown on the 2014 Royal Variety Performance.

Essentially the costume was the identical, with the scalloped neckline, three-quarter size sleeves and lace materials.

Kate accessorised the black quantity with a sequin clutch in the identical color, diamond drop earrings, and naturally her show-shopping Ceylon sapphire engagement ring.