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Meghan Markle’s royal wardrobe has cost her $1 million already

Meghan wedding dresses make up most of that sum, with her custom Givenchy ceremony gown by Clare Waight Keller clocking in at over $599,000 and her Stella McCartney reception look worth more than $213,700.

New Delhi: Since her engagement to Prince Harry in November 2017, Meghan Markle has stepped out in approximately $1 million worth of often bespoke clothing and accessories, said royal expert Katie Nicholl to Entertainment Tonight.

From the Givenchy cape dress Meghan wore on her first solo outing with the queen, to the Oscar de la Renta dress she recently donned for Harry’s cousin’s wedding, her royal wardrobe comes with a steep price tag.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the Duchess of Sussex has spent $1 million since joining the royal family! Dressing like a royal definitely costs big. Given the intense scrutiny the royal women endure, let’s find out where exactly has that million been spent?

Givenchy cape dress. Photo: Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock

Meghan’s duo of wedding dresses make up most of that sum, with her custom Givenchy ceremony gown by Clare Waight Keller clocking in at over $599,000 and her Stella McCartney reception look worth more than $213,700.

Oscar de la Renta dress

The other designer ensembles 36-year-old Meghan has worn for public appearances still pack a punch price-wise: The cream-coloured Givenchy cape dress she chose for her first solo outing with the Queen cost around $24,500, her pink Carolina Herrera off-the-shoulder top and skirt for the Trooping the Colour ceremony totalled approximately $5400. while the printed Oscar de la Renta dress she wore to Prince Harry’s cousin’s wedding retails for almost $8100.

Goat dress

The $875 sheer-panelled Goat dress Meghan wore to Prince Charles’ garden party almost seems cheap with respect to the rest!

Just don’t be surprised to see Meghan recycling some of those royal looks in the months to come, Kate Middleton-style. “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 reports an Australian news website.

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