Published On: Tue, Mar 10th, 2020

Meghan Markle news: Outfit for last UK tour before leaving the UK more than average salary

Meghan Markle is known for her style, and her love of pricey international designers. The Office for National Statistics states the average annual salary in the UK in 2019 was around £30,420 a year. Meghan’s looks for her public events while in the UK for her last duties as a working member of the Royal Family cost more than that at £32,220. How does this huge figure break down?

Yesterday afternoon the Duchess wrapped up the visit with the Commonwealth 2020 service.

Meghan wore her trusty Birks Snowflake Snowstorm diamond earrings in white gold.

The stunning earrings from the Canadian brand are “inspired by the icy beauty of Canadian winters” and crafted from 2.15ct worth of diamonds and 18kt white gold. They cost £6,743.99.

She carried the Gabriela Hearst “Nina” bag in green, £1,695. Meghan’s hat was made by William Chambers Millinery, where prices start at £195. She appeared to wear a modified version of the AW19/19 veil explosion teardrop hat.

On her feet, she wore the Aquazurra, Simply Irresistible pumps, which cost around £864.15.

Meghan’s bespoke Emilia Wickstead dress was a combination of two designs from the brand, including the Autumn pleated high-neck crepe midi dress£579. The scarf detail is taken from the Harley virgin wool gabardine slim-leg jumpsuit, £1,210. The total cost of the look was £10,700.

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She carried the Nane bag from Rejina Pyo, which costs £306.52.

Around Meghan’s neck hung the “Kismet Charm Necklace”, £125, from Edge of Ember.

On her feet the Duchess wore a pair of the Jennifer Chamandi Lorenzo 85 Two-Tone Leather Pumps in beige, which retail for £550.

Meghan visited the Immersive Storytelling Studio in her role as patron of the Nation Theatre in a trip, pictures of which were posted on her Instagram.

She wore he Alex Eagle wrap coat in dark camel, which is made to order and costs £1,590.

Beneath the Duchess had on a white outfit, with a shirt from a British High Street brand Topshop, the Ivory ‘organza’ sleeve top, which costs £29. Her white skirt was the Roland Mouret ‘Moka” skirt, which costs £595 from

She wore the Aquazurra Mae pearl pumps, £615, and carried the Loewe ‘Postal’ black leather bag, which costs £1,450.

Jewellery-fan Meghan wore the ‘Love’ pendant from Sophie Lis, which costs £400. The cost of the total look was £4,679.

For the Endeavour Fund Awards on March 5, Meghan wore a look by Victoria Beckham, putting paid to suggestions the Duchess had stopped speaking to the former-Spice Girl due to suspicions he had been telling stories about her.

She wore the “turquoise pencil” dress, £950. Turning to another British designer for an accessory, Meghan carried the Stella McCartney “Lucia” plexi clutch bag, which costs up to £1,200 secondhand from ModeSens. On her feet she wore the ‘BB’ Pointy Toe Pump from Manolo Blahnik, £543.90.

For her jewellery, Meghan wore the Roxanne First “Gold Snake” hoop earrings, £105, and she wore the Jessica McCormack Chi Chi rose gold and diamond bracelet, which costs a whopping £9,500. This brings the total look to £12,298.90.

Later that evening Meghan and Harry coordinated in red looks. While the Duke wore his scarlet military uniform, Meghan wore a crimson dress, which costs £1,295 from Safiyaa.

She carried a Monolo Blahnik clutch bag, which retails online for £1,260, and wore a pair of dark red Simone Rocha drop-earrings, £250. She wore the Stuart Weitzman Leigh pump in red, £308. The total cost for this look was £3,113.

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