While you were unwrapping presents, our new favourite almost-royal, Meghan Markle was up bright and early to head to the Christmas Day Church service with the royals.
Naturally, she wore something pretty snazzy for the occasion – a camel wraparound coat paired with a fancy chestnut hat and Stuart Weitzman boots.
It’s an elegant, pared back look – no Christmas jumpers here – that still sticks to Meghan’s signature style.
Now for the specifics.
Meghan’s Christmas coat is by another Canadian brand, Sentaler. It costs £986, and, shockingly, it’s still in stock in plenty of sizes – so you can buy an exact match if you’re committed to dressing just like Meghan.
Meghan paired her coat with Stuart Weitzman over the knee boots in nutmeg suede – also still in stock if you need some new shoes – a chestnut felt hat, and the pixie small leather and suede bag by Chloe (which costs around £1,159).
We don’t yet know where Meghan’s hat is from. We reckon it’s custom-made.
For jewellery she went for Birks Snowflake jacket earrings (which means part of the earring hands behind her lobe. Very trendy). Those bad boys cost $5,995 (£4,484).
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