It's safe to say that no-one pulls off the little black dress better than the Duchess of Sussex. The wife of Prince Harry has worn an abundance of chic LBD's to many official engagements - and it's hard to pick a favourite. But, we think we may have found one! On Saturday evening, Meghan attended the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall wearing a dress from Marks & Spencer, HELLO! has confirmed. Meghan wore M&S's Double Crepe Bodycon dress - and it costs just £49.50.
Meghan looked stunning at the Royal Albert Hall
The resemblance between Meghan's dress and M&S' was first spotted by royal fashion blog Meghan's Fashion. The dress in question is currently online in all sizes - and even comes in a festive red shade too. Perfect for your work Christmas party. Hello! spoke to a spokesperson at M&S who said: "We thought Meghan looked beautiful in our M&S Collection dress. We are absolutely delighted she is a fan of M&S and the British high street."
Meghan wore this Marks & Spencer dress - which retails at £49.50
This isn't the first time that the royal has headed to the iconic high street store. The Duchess almost broke the internet in June, when she attended the wedding of Harry's cousin and Princess Diana's niece, Celia McCorquodale. Meghan, 37, teamed her Oscar de la Renta dress with a £29.50 fascinator from the brand.
And on Christmas Day last year, when Meghan stepped out at the festive church service with the royal family in Sandringham, she accessorised her Sentaler caramel coat with a pair of chestnut gloves which cost just £17.50.
A month later in January, Prince Harry’s wife visited Reprezent 107.3 FM in Brixton, and teamed her sleek Burberry trousers with a knitted jumper from M&S. The oversized black knit sold out in minutes after the former actress donned it. What's more, it even sold for three times the amount on eBay, with fans flocking to bid on the royally-approved high street gem.