Meghan Markle's Best Givenchy Looks, in Photos

The Duchess has a penchant for the luxury label.

Meghan Markle clearly knows what she likes—and it's Givenchy. In her relatively short time as a member of the royal family, the Duchess of Sussex has managed to wear one Givenchy look after another—and when she's not dressed head-to-toe in the Claire Waight Keller-designed label, Meghan often finds a way to slip in a Givenchy bag or pair of shoes. Below, 19 photos of the Duchess rocking Givenchy.

March 11, 2019: On Commonwealth Day, Meghan and Harry attended an event at Canada House, to meet with young Canadians living in the U.K. 


The Duchess paired her custom Erdem outfit with a Givenchy clutch. 

February 7, 2019: Meghan Markle went for a bespoke Givenchy top and skirt at the Endeavour Fund Awards.

She finished off the look with a Givenchy clutch and Aquazzura pumps.

January 31, 2019: On a visit to her new patronage, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Meghan recycled a chic black Givenchy coat.

She first wore the coat to a Remembrance Day Service.

January 16, 2019: Harry and Meghan got all dressed up to see the premiere of Cirque du Soleil's Totem at Royal Albert Hall. 

The Duchess wore a glittering Roland Mouret gown, paired with her Givenchy clutch and Princess Diana's gold bracelet.

December 10, 2018: Meghan made a surprise appearance at the 2018 British Fashion Awards, in order to honor Givenchy designer Claire Waight Keller.

Naturally, she wore a Givenchy dress for the occasion.

November 21, 2018: On a visit to Hubb Community Kitchen, an organization that Meghan worked with on her cookbook, Together: Our Community, Meghan donned a pair of Givenchy booties.

November 11, 2018: Meghan debuted a black Givenchy coat, which she would later re-wear, for the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at the Cenotaph.

October 31, 2018: During a walkabout in Rotorua, New Zealand, Meghan wore a chic matching Givenchy top and skirt.

October 25, 2018: On their royal tour of Oceania, the Duke and Duchess attended a state dinner at the Tongan Royal Residence.

For the important event, Meghan donned a white Theia gown, Aquazzura pumps, and her Givenchy clutch.

October 20, 2018: At the official opening of an extension for the Anzac Memorial in Sydney, Australia, Meghan paired a black button-down dress with a Philip Treacy fascinator and her Givenchy bag.

October 12, 2018: For Princess Eugenie's royal wedding, Meghan opted for a navy Givenchy dress and coat.

A Noel Stewart hat and stilettos finished off the look.

September 25, 2018: On her first-ever solo royal engagement, Meghan wore a Givenchy dress, Givenchy clutch, and pumps.

September 5, 2018: The royal family celebrated Prince Charles's 70th birthday by releasing some new family photos, in which Meghan is rocking a black-and-white Givenchy number.

July 11, 2018: During Harry and Meghan's two-day tour of Ireland, the Duchess stepped out in a Givenchy suit.

(Also note the chic Givenchy belt she paired it with.)

July 11, 2018: The Duchess arrived in Ireland wearing a matching Givenchy top and skirt, and carrying a Strathberry bag.

July 10, 2018: Meghan arrived at the residence of Robin Barnett, the British Ambassador to Ireland, with her Givenchy clutch.

June 19, 2018: Meghan Markle joined Prince Harry for her first Royal Ascot sporting a belted Givenchy dress.

June 14, 2018: On her first engagement with Queen Elizabeth, the Duchess wore a sleek Givenchy dress and bag.

May 19, 2018: Finally, arguably the most important of Meghan's Givenchy looks: her custom wedding gown.

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*Minor edits have been made by the editors

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