Meghan, with the rest of the royal family, went to the Commonwealth Day service that took place at Westminster Abbey on 12th March.
Opting for a modern, tailored white coat and demure navy dress, Meghan's royal attire most definitely captured the eye of viewers and the public.
Many have debated that Meghan, future addition to the royal family, might have been potentially hoping to contribute a subtle, but meaningful fashion tribute to her late mother-in-law for the particular occasion.
A soft white beret, designed by milliner Stephen Jones, was sported by Meghan for the Commonwealth event. All the big followers of royal fashion are well aware of the fact that Jones' designs were a big favourite of the late Princess Diana.
Frequently, Diana looked to the milliner for regal event hats. In the image below, she can even be seen as wearing a beret in 1984, closely resembling Meghan's selection.
Meghan also selected a polished white Amanda Wakeley coat and royal blue understated 'Spingsteen' dress to sit comfortably beneath it.
It should be noted that her late mother-in-law, Diana, too, frequently wore Amanda's designs.
The designer's clothes became somewhat of a staple for Diana throughout her Princess era, and has seen the likes of The Duchess of Cambridge, in most literal terms, following suit. Their designs boast some signature classics, including the statement power suits that Diana frequently sported during the '80's.