M&S Release Rope-Print Skirt Identical to Victoria Beckham Dress Meghan Markle Wore Last Month

The high-street favourite will release this designer-inspired skirt in May

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by Daisy Jordan |

Everything Meghan Markle wears becomes an instant hit. The Strathberry crossbody bag the Duchess of Sussex wore last February in Edinburgh sold out mere minutes after she wore it, with a waitlist of 3000 lining up to steal her style. Similarly, Mulberry saw a 95 per cent increase in sales after she wore their Poshmark satchel for a church service last March.

It's not just accessories Meghan models beautifully though. When the heavily-pregnant Royal wore a fine-knit H&M dress for £25, it was soon on eBay for six times its original price. The Duchess then wore her friend Victoria Beckham's chain-print dress at the Commonwealth Day Service last month, which she teamed with a chic pill-box hat and matching cream coat. Despite it retailing at £1,668, VB's design quickly sold out, proving that Meghan is the Queen of pregnancy fashion.

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M&S, Skirt, £39.50

If you were gutted to have missed out on the sell-out frock, you're in luck. M&S are set to release a near-identical cream skirt in mid-May, featuring a rope-print, button detailing. and a sophisticated A-line cut. The even better news? At just £39.50, it's a fraction of the price of Meghan's designer dress.

The design is set to go on sale both online and in-store, and similarly to the brand's most coveted pieces, is sure to sell out quickly.

See the Duchess of Sussex's best maternity looks below

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Making a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards calls for a pretty spectacular outfit. Enter this timeless number, which has since set the bar high for one-shoulder gowns.

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