Meghan Markle employed a very clever styling trick during her return to the UK for her last round of royal engagements.
As the Duchess of Sussex and her husband Prince Harry prepare to step back from their duties as members of the royal family, the mum-of-one followed in the footsteps of her sister-in-law Kate Middleton to pick her outfits.
When on a royal visit Kate will often use the national colours of that particular country to dictate her wardrobe choices, which is exactly what Meghan did while attending several engagements over the past week by wearing blue, white and red – the colours of the Union Jack.
Proving patriotic, Meghan made her first public appearance alongside her husband on Thursday evening wearing a blue dress by British designer Victoria Beckham.
Meghan matched Harry's blue suit in the £950 fitted number which she wore to attend the Endeavour Awards at Mansion House in London.
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Earlier that same evening, Meghan had made a secret trip to the National Theatre wearing an all-white look.
The mum-of-one, 38, stunned in a £29 Topshop blouse and a pencil skirt by Roland Mouret.
Following in Kate's footsteps, who recently stuck to a colour palette of green during a royal visit to Ireland with Prince William, Meghan then donned a dramatic red gown at the weekend.
Meghan dazzled in a full-length £1,295 Safiyaa dress which featured a high-neck and stylish cape, matching Harry's formal Royal Marine red military uniform.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
After her busy weekend of engagements, Meghan is set to step out with Harry, his brother William and Kate as the 'fab four' reunite one last time before the Sussexes step back from the royal limelight.
According to the Mail Online, it's not the first time Kate has adopted the national colour of the country she has visited.
Before her wardrobe of green and shamrock accessories in Ireland, the Duchess of Cambridge also sported the national colours of Pakistan during a recent trip.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently completing their final duties as senior members of the royal family before formally stepped away and dropping their royal titles.
The couple made the announcement to retreat from royal life after spending Christmas in Canada at the start of the year.
Since their shock decision, Meghan jetted to Canada with their son Archie, where they will now reside.
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