Meghan Markle – from her career as an actress to her big princess moment

The anticipation is growing as we are now counting days before the royal wedding takes the place. One of the biggest mysteries of the upcoming ceremony – the designer of the dress, which will be worn by the bride-to-be. All we know so far is that the Queen herself has had a look at it and she gave her approval.

During the time of her engagement to Prince Harry, Markle has become a true fashion icon. She chose to wear a ruffled green Self-Portrait dress for the Invictus Games this year and right after her appearance the dress was immediately sold out.

The Alexander Mcqueen blazer, Roland Mouret handbag and the pair of black Manolo Blahnik pumps she complimented the dress with, were on the verge of selling out soon after as well.

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However, besides the fame, she gained as a princess-to-be, she was quite famous as the lead character in the TV show ‘Suits’. Let’s take a look at how Meghan’s style has changed since the beginning of her career to her big day…

 

In 2005, Meghan wore a black-shirt and a pair of jeans accessorised with a pair of beige sandals and a cap for the Kari Feinstein Pre-Emmy style lounge.

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In 2007, she chose a black dress and a pair of silver pumps.

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In 2009, at the DPA Gift Lounge, she showed up in a black short-sleeved shirt and black shorts. Markle wore the ensemble with a pair of sandals and a Gucci handbag.

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In 2010, Meghan Markle wore a belted baby pink dress and pair of sandals. The Gucci bag was her accessory of choice.

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In 2011, for the launch of Alexa Chung For Madewell, Meghan wore a black belted dress, a pair of open black heels, a colourful clutch. She finished off her look by adding some golden jewelry.

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For the 2013 NBC Universal’s 70th Golden Globe Awards after party Meghan showed up in a sparkly black lace detailed dress. She wore a pair of black pumps and a pearl white silk clutch.

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The same year she wore a magenta silk dress and a golden clutch for Elle’s Women in Television Celebration.

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In 2014, she attended the 3rd Annual NFL Characters Unite at Sports Illustrated wearing a pair of beige Louboutin pumps and a close-fitted beige and black patterned dress.

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She was wearing a silky dark green mermaid dress for the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s 13th Annual and Enduring Vision Benefit.

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At the 2015 NBC Universal Cable Entertainment Upfront Markle wore a black jumpsuit with a floral white detail around her waist.

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In 2016, she chose a long-sleeved silver dress and a pair of black pumps for the Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards.

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She looked great in the burgundy brocade dress at Elle’s Women in Television dinner of 2016.

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She was spotted in New York City wearing a grey power suit and a white shirt.

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Meghan wore a white coat and dark green dress with beige pumps at the announcement of her engagement to Prince Harry.

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She also wore a black dress with a ruffled skirt and embroidered golden details by Ralph&Russo for the ocassion.

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At the beginning of 2018, Meghan wore a black suit and a beige coat. She had her famous messy bun hairstyle that day.

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For the Commonwealth Day Service she chose a little black dress and a white coat accessirised with a whit beret.

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She wore a striped beige dress, a black blazer and a Prada bag at the CHOGM in April.

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Meghan was seen wearing a patterned black dress and a pair of beige pumps. She accessorised the look with a pink clutch.

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