Meghan Markle turned heads Monday in a gorgeous white coat when she attended a Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in London with her fiance Prince Harry and the Queen of England.
But it wasn’t just the coat that caught the attention of the fashion forward.
According to Time magazine, Markle also wore a hat designed by Stephen Jones, a designer who was a favorite of the late Princess Diana.
Meghan Markle's beret today is by Stephen Jones, also preferred milliner of the late Princess Diana, who wore one of his berets in 1982. I love a fashion homage. Also, I'm not crying, you're crying. pic.twitter.com/VRR9OVmj4y
— Kate Bennett (@KateBennett_DC) March 12, 2018
The soon-to-be-member of the royal family definitely looked like she’s ready for the job as she greeted a few children outside the day’s service who handed a bouquets of flowers to the former “Suits” star.