We may earn a commission for products purchased through links in this article

Meghan Markle's memorable christening outfit just got a major lookalike

Meghan first wore her gorgeous green dress in 2018

Back in 2018, the Duchess of Sussex donned an olive green outfit to attend the christening of her nephew, Prince Louis – and now Warehouse is selling a stunning £39.20 lookalike!

Stepping out in a tailored Ralph Lauren dress with her preferred bateau neckline, Meghan was a picture of elegance for the private ceremony, which commenced at Chapel Royal, St James's Palace. Teaming her belted midi with a matching fascinator by her go-to milliner, Stephen Jones, as well as Manolo Blahnik suede pumps, royal fans fell in love with her ensemble. 

RELATED: H&M has its own version of Meghan Markle's Oprah interview dress

Meghan looked so chic in her Ralph Lauren midi dress

Getting a major update for 2021, Warehouse has since launched a similar design – and it's just like Meghan's. Available in a pale olive shade, this puff-sleeved dress is cut with a feminine, round neckline as well as a waist-cinching belt. Uber flattering thanks to its tailored silhouette, coordinate with statement sunnies, tan wedges and a matching clutch bag – so chic. 

READ: 15 unusual royal baby traditions you might not have heard of

Belted Midi Dress, £39.20, Warehouse


While attending the Christening, fans were quick to point out that Meghan had strayed from the preferred blue colour scheme worn by the baby's grandmother Carole Middleton, aunt Pippa Middleton and big sister Princess Charlotte, but it seems that there was a significant reason why. 

MORE: 14 best signet rings for women - the 2021 pinky ring trend Meghan Markle loves

Loading the player...

VIDEO: See the official photos from Prince Louis' christening

Green is thought to be one of the most calming colours, while her exact shade – olive green – represents the traditional colour of peace. Green is also known to connote love and nurture, as well as a love of family and nature. 

As somebody who had recently joined the royal family, it could have been that Meghan was wishing to represent these qualities to bring positivity to Prince Louis' special day – which also happened to be her first royal baptism.

Other members of the party, such as the Duchess of Cambridge and Camilla Parker Bowles chose to wear neutral tones in white and cream on the big day. Kate in particular had fans swooning in her Alexander McQueen puff-shoulder dress, teamed with a beautiful bandeau headband and pearl floral earrings by British jewellery designer Cassandra Goad. 

HELLO!'s selection is editorial and independently chosen – we only feature items our editors love and approve of. HELLO! may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. To find out more visit our FAQ page.