Meghan’s gorgeous satin Massimo Dutti skirt is now in the sale

When Meghan Markle returned to work in January after her six-week Christmas break with husband Prince Harry, all eyes were on her gorgeous tonal outfit. And minus the velvet Jimmy Choo ‘Romy’ stilettos, the entire look was a high street hit, with both her chic camel coat and slinky satin skirt from household name stores.

When she first stepped out at Canada House, at an event to meet the country’s High Commissioner Janice Charette, the focus was on her jacket, which was confirmed to be the Sabel design from the label Reiss.

Sabel Coat in Camel, £190 (was £345), Reiss

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However, the real star of the show, in our books at leat, was her stunning chocolate brown satin skirt, priced at £89.95 from Massimo Dutti, a brand that’s part of the same company that owns Zara, Stradivarius and Uterqüe.

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Priced at £89.95, even the original RRP was fairly affordably for a slice of on-duty duchess chic. But now you can follow in Meghan’s fashion-savvy footsteps for even less, as it’s currently on sale on the Massimo Dutti website for an even more purse-friendly £59.95.

Satin Midi Skirt, £59.95 (was £89.95), Massimo Dutti

At the time, rumours were circulating that the her coordinating polo neck was a £12.99 bargain from H&M – and while it was never officially confirmed, if we had to put money on it we’d wager it was this one, which is also reduced to just £7 right now, and comes in a fabulous array of colours.

Fine Knit Polo Neck Jumper, £7 (was £12.99), H&M

Of course, Meghan and Harry have now stepped back from their royal duties and are expected to stay out of the spotlight for the foreseeable, so it’s unsurprising that we’re delving into the archives for Meghan-led style inspiration.

Fortunately, the Massimo Dutti skirt isn’t the only find that’s had its price slashed in recent weeks; you can also snap up the sleek Everlane jumpsuit Meghan wore to shoot her Vogue September issue cover for 25 per cent less.