Meghan Markle turning 40: How the Duchess’s fashion changed during her 20s and 30s

“Because of her active support for women’s rights and wellbeing she may consider a female-led conscious label, so if she was still based in Britain I would suggest she would wear Stella McCartney, but as she doesn’t have to support a British brand I think she’ll support a brand to signify her freedom of choice such as Gabriela Hearst, a designer that promotes feminism and sustainability she even names her bags and clothing after trailblazing women who have inspired her.

“The collections are produced in France and Italy, working with family businesses, and using the best sustainable materials and biodegradable packaging or even a US designer – she did wear Armani for the Oprah interview after all!”

Charlotte White, head of design at 77 Diamonds, Europe’s largest online diamond jeweller, also spoke to Express.co.uk about Meghan’s choice of jewellery over the past two decades.

Charlotte said: “Meghan’s impeccable, refined ensembles in more recent years have lent themselves well to delicate jewellery, sometimes with personal meanings, including necklaces with H and A pendants symbolising her love for her husband Harry and firstborn Archie, mostly pieces in yellow gold and often with diamonds.

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