Since, Meghan and Harry have relocated. First to Canada and later to Los Angeles, California. They have lived in a palatial mansion owned by comedian Tyler Perry, although reportedly recently bought a £11.2million in Santa Barbara.
Celebrity stylist Lalla Bronshtein, designer at eco fashion label, LallaXRR told Express.co.uk: “Since leaving the Royal Family Meghan’s style has changed to becoming more relaxed and carefree.
“In fact, we’ve already seen the new mother begin to adopt her more relaxed take on her style, recently seen in a $76 summer linen dress, very different from her previous royal wardrobe of tailored outfits and designer labels; ie previously wearing Givenchy coats and dresses.
“With her new role going forward in America, I think Megan’s taking on a more casual approach to her fashion choices.”
The expert went on: “Clothing wise we’re going to see a lot more jeans like a pair of ripped skinny jeans teamed with boots rather than statement dresses with high heels.
“Seen on a surprise outing, she recycled a cable knit from her Suits days – a sign that she may well also recycle past looks in the coming year?
“Even with this more casual feel to Meghan’s style she still continues to showcase fab, unique impeccable outfits since leaving the Royal Family.”
For her chat with feminist campaigner Gloria Steinem, Meghan wore a plain t-shirt with “Ryan” Trousers from LA-based brand Anine Bing, which retail for around £189 ($249).
The black Rhea sandals are currently in the sale on the US website for £362 ($477) down from £604.
For her volunteering in LA, Meghan Markle wore almost £6,000 worth of jewellery.
Meghan wore the Cartier ‘Love’ yellow gold bracelet, which cost in the region of £5,600.
Also on her wrist was the Monica Vinader ‘Linear Chain’ bracelet. It costs £207.54.
She wore them with a white shirt and green cargo shorts.