Meghan Markle was spotted in London last month as she carried out some of her last official royal duties. The Duchess of Sussex wore an all white outfit as she visited the National Theatre.
She has also been seen in a £45 bell sleeved jumper from British store Marks and Spencer which sold out in hours.
During her pregnancy with baby Archie, Meghan wore a neutral stone coloured dress from the H&M maternity section which retails at £24.99.
A few months later into her pregnancy, on International Women’s Day last year, she continued to sport high street fashion pieces as she wore a retro-inspired £185 shift dress from Reiss.
Baby Archie has also proven to be an ambassador of the high street as he sported adorable pale blue and white striped H&M dungarees which are still available to purchase on their website for £14.99.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge is also known for showing her high-street fashion side as she was pictured wearing a dusty pink M&S suit on a recent trip to visit frontline health workers.
She paired the matching trousers and blazer with a simple white blouse and a pair of muted silver BOSS heels.
Kate is known for her love of high street clothing including brands like Reiss, L.K Bennett and Zara.
Recently, Kate has worn coats and blouses from retail store Reiss and wore a red L.K Bennett long coat for a visit to Unicef in Copenhagen, Denmark.