In other words, the Duchess of Sussex has unofficially become the new Kate Middleton. It doesn't matter if it's an everyday outfit, a floor-length gown or an expensive accessory, if Meghan Markle is wearing it, then fashionistas want it.
Always favouring a more natural look (that shows off her freckles, of course!), the former actress has been switching it up at the makeup table, the celebrity artist revealed.
There is also the issue of leaks - Meghan flew to Toronto last month for a private visit to see her long-time best friend Jessica Mulroney, a Toronto-based stylist who helped plan her wedding, and she chose to stay at her family home to avoid any media intrusion.More news: Hurricane Florence approaching Carolina coast, will move west this weekend
However, like Markle with her messy buns and cross-body bags, the rule didn't stop Diana from loving non-neutral polishes.
Meghan Markle and Jessica Mulroney attend the Instagram Dinner held at the MARS Discovery District on May 31, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. There's nothing bold or brash or too extreme. The Princess of Wales was often seen with blue eyeliner and eyeshadow, thwarting the notion that royal women had to keep their beauty plain and simple.
He tells them: 'You guys have spent way more time in Buckingham Palace than I ever have - and you've only been here two weeks.More news: Are Apple's New iPhones Too Big For Women's Hands?
"She likes a stronger eye, her brow is a lot more defined now", Daniel explained. Her wardrobe needs and priorities have changed.
With good reason, Meghan Markle's father confessed to colluding with paparazzi and staging photos in order to make a quick buck.
In the series Meghan also speaks about her wedding day and the elaborate veil she wore as they prepare for a new exhibition at Windsor Castle starting in October.More news: Shocking: Cop’s son caught on cam! Mercilessly beats woman