Meghan Markle banned from wearing this around the Queen

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Martin, who has known Markle for years, said that becoming a member of the British royal family and marrying Prince Harry hasn't changed her at all.

But it wasn't just the A-list royal wedding guests or the official wedding photographs that got the world talking - it was also their two-week-long absence following the nuptials, which sparked rumours of a secret honeymoon.

At the wedding, Meghan not only tuned heads in her dress but her pretty fascinator turned out to be a jaw-dropping bargain - it was from high street store Marks & Spencer! "I didn't very much like her dress- it didn't fit, among other things".

"And I thought immediately of the history, the legacy, the astounding moment Meghan Markle was stepping into". "It does fall now, that she is married into the royal family, to the Prince of Wales...to cover the cost of her working royal wardrobe", said Katie Nicholls.

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Whatever Meghan wears is paid in full because the royal family do not accept designer clothing for free, so it really does add up. She reportedly hasn't spoken to Thomas since the day after her wedding, ' another insider told the outlet. "I'd argue that's worth every penny".

The ensembles include the cream-colored Givenchy cape dress she chose for her first solo outing with the Queen, which retails for around $18,000, according to Entertainment Tonight.

Meghan's Panama hat is definitely a favorite for her! Though her royal wedding to Prince Harry happened over a month ago, little tidbits of the big day - and of Meghan's future as the Duchess of Sussex - are still coming out of the woodwork. "When you are buying that sort of couture with those sorts of price tags it would be criminal not to re-wear them", Nicholl said.

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