Meghan Markle achieved her bridal glow on her wedding day thanks to Honest Beauty’s buildable creme blush. Makeup artist Daniel Martin told PEOPLE of the big day: “It was all so easy. It didn’t hit us that she was getting married until she got the dress on.”
Buy it! Honest Beauty Creme Blush in “Truly Exciting,” $20.90; amazon.com
Seasoned traveler Meghan called this leather tech case a “travel essential” on her former lifestyle blog, The Tig, and has been spotted traveling with it regularly since 2016.
Buy it! Stow Personalized Amber Orange First Class Leather Tech Case, $530; ahalife.com
Meghan made a splash in this thigh-high slit dress while on her first major royal tour with Prince Harry in Australia.
Buy It! Reformation’s Pineapple Dress, $218; thereformation.com
Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, penned by Andrew Morton— the same author who wrote the famed Princess Diana biography Diana: Her True Story — explores Meghan’s life before Harry, including her childhood in Los Angeles.
“It was clear that Meghan had inherited her mother’s strong sense of right and wrong and was prepared to stand up for herself and for others,” Morton writes.
Buy it! Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, from $12.99; amazon.com.
Perfect for the festive season, these contemporary pearl earrings (with a removable jacket design) from royal wedding guest Claudia Bradby will take you from lunch to cocktails with ease.
Buy it! Claudia Bradby Signet Couture Earrings, $223; claudiabradby.com
During the royal tour in Australia, the Duchess of Sussex selected a pair of jeans by Outland Denim, which prides itself on providing a living wage to its seamstresses in small villages in Cambodia.
The company revealed they turned enough profit from her publicity to hire up to 30 more workers.
Buy it! Outland Denim’s Harriet in Black, $195; outlanddenim.com
Meghan not only displayed these chic candles from Parisian perfumer Diptyque in her former Toronto home, she also scented St. George’s Chapel on her wedding day with a selection of fragrant sprays and candles from the brand.
Buy it! Diptyque small candles, $35 a piece; diptyqueparis.com
Sherrille Riley, who runs the Nails and Brow salon in London’s Mayfair, has been trusted with maintaining and shaping Meghan’s eyebrows since she first visited the boutique salon back in the summer of 2016.
For the finishing touch, Riley uses her Beauty Edit Mayfair brow pencil in Dark Dahlia. “It’s just about accentuating her features in the most natural way,” says Riley, who also looks after Princess Beatrice’s brows.
Buy it! Brow filler in Dark Dahlia, $25, nailsandbrows.me
Meghan wore the 14k gold diamond studs on the cover of Vanity Fair (where she first spoke about Harry!) and numerous times since.
Buy it! Zofia Day Dash Ear Studs with diamonds, $750; zofiaday.myshopify.com
Meghan has had a definite impact on Harry’s health, promoting healthy eating and an active lifestyle. And now he’s been spotted wearing the Oura Ring (in addition to his new wedding ring!).
The sleep and activity tracker identifies various stages of sleep and connects to an app on your smartphone that shares your data. (Available in styles for men and women.)
Buy it! Oura ring, from $299, ouraring.com
Meghan is a master at walking in heels, but she’s been known to swap her sky-high pumps for a pair of black Rothy’s flats — a brand we’ve come to know and love for its extremely comfy shoes.
Buy it! Rothy’s Black Solid, $145; rothys.com
Meghan Markle wore gold bracelets from her favorite British ethical jeweler, Pippa Small, during her tour in Fiji.
The pieces were from Small’s Turquoise Mountain Collection, handcrafted by the artisans of the Turquoise Mountain Foundation, an Afghanistan-based charity set up by Prince Harry’s father, Prince Charles.
Buy it! Pippa Small’s Omeen Bangle, $190; pippasmall.com
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