The Duchess of Sussex has sparked the 'Meghan effect' for everything from her clothes to her shoes and even her homeware - but what does she wear to cosy up off-duty?
Well, it would appear that Ms Markle is partial to a pair of silk pyjamas, like countless other stars - if her past choices are anything to go by.
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When she played Rachel Zane on Suits, Meghan sported a pair of gorgeous personalised PJs by luxury brand Eberjay, which are still available to shop today! She also wore a pair of silk pyjama trousers from Rag & Bone in a 2015 video with FLARE magazine.
Meghan wore her J.Crew pyjamas on her now-closed Instagram page. IMAGE: Instagram
And, in her personal pictures on her now-closed Instagram account, the former actress also showed off a pair of white polka dot pyjamas from one of her favourite affordable brands, J.Crew.
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Meghan's Eberjay pyjamas were embroidered with the name 'Rachel' for her on-screen character - but you can steal her style with a number of designs from the brand even today, including the piped 'Gisele' set she rocked on the show.
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But if the £105 price tag isn't for you, we've spotted a similar pair at John Lewis for just £39.
Eberjey 'Gisele' pyjamas, £105, Selfridges
Meanwhile, you can shop a very similar version to Meghan's polka-dot loungewear at another of her favourite brands, Marks & Spencer - this short set costs just £20.
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The Duchess has previously spoken of her love of dressing down, and even wearing pyjamas as daywear.
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Speaking during a video to go alongside her 2015 shoot with FLARE, she said of her laidback styling: "I love it. It speaks of that Californian relaxed feeling I've grown up with but taken up to that really chic level.
"So the idea of doing like a silk pyjama blouse - even with your monogram on the side - with like, great jeans, or that with a blazer - the whole look I think. If you can pull it off, and no-one's gonna say that you actually should still be in bed, go for it."
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