The Meghan Markle the Duchess of Sussex was looking quite lovely in a recent outing with hubby Prince Harry.
The stylish royal covered her black branded Invictus shirt with a crisp white Altuzarra ‘Acacia’ blazer, worth about $AU2,371.
The expensive jeans, which retail for nearly $300, are one of Markle's favourite brands.
Markle has caused waves many times with her fashion choices. The Duchess caused a stir when she arrived at the wheelchair tennis event at last year's Invictus Games in Toronto wearing a pair of ripped blue jeans from the US label, with the casual style obviously being off-limits for royalty.
Topping up her great look, Markle accessorised with Illesteva sunglasses, worth about $240, and completed the outfit with a pair of Tabitha Simmons 'Millie' heels, which retail for about $1,033. Her casual but expensive outfit was eye catching to say the least.
The adorable couple were travelling to Cockatoo Island to watch the Invictus Games Jaguar Land Rover driving challenge, the first event of the Games, hours before the evening's opening ceremony.
She had stunned fans with another outfit before this. Earlier, the new royal turned heads in a black frock by New Zealand designer Emilia Wickstead, a choice that was seen by many as a nod to the ANZACs.
She also wore a pillbox style hat by London milliner Philip Treacy and paired it with a matching clutch bag.
The Duchess now joins sister in-law and friend as a fashion and style icon. But Meghan isn't the first royal to wear an Emilia Wickstead piece. Kate Middleton dressed in a lilac wool-crepe frock to the Global Mental Health Summit less than a fortnight ago.
But the Duchess of Sussex has a complicated relationship with her fashion choices and royal family etiquette.