Meghan Markle's Invictus Games wardrobe cost £10,000-a-day

Meghan Markle's Invictus Games wardrobe cost £10,000-a-day
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Aden-Jay Wood

By Aden-Jay Wood

Published: 19/04/2022

- 10:25

Updated: 14/02/2023

- 11:45

The Duchess of Sussex appeared at the Opening Ceremony in an outfit totalling a whopping £14,015

Meghan has been wearing in excess of £10,000 worth of clothes a day during her trip to the Invictus Games, it has been revealed.

The Duchess of Sussex has been in The Hague to support her husband Prince Harry, who founded the games to support injured military personnel.

Chanel , Cartier and Manolo are among the high-end designers sported by Meghan during her trip.

Some of Meghan's most expensive items include a £12,800 Cartier necklace, a £5,800 bracelet as well and a £4,281 Ralph Lauren coat.

Meghan Markle in The Hague
Meghan Markle in The Hague
Aaron Chown

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games
Aaron Chown

On arrival in the Netherlands, she wore matching jacket and trousers worth £3,200 from Italian designer Valentino, which was accompanied by a £3,080 coat from Max Mara.

Her most expensive outfit came during the Opening Ceremony of the games, with the Cartier bracelet and necklace helped bring the total to £14,015.

During the ceremony she also wore a tennis bracelet that once belonged to Princess Diana.

The Duchess of Sussex is expected to leave the Games in the coming days to return to the US, while Harry is set to stay until the end of the event on April 22.

The couple made their first ever public appearance at the Invictus Games almost five years ago.

Meghan made her first appearance at an official engagement attended by Harry on September 24, 2017, when she attended the Games' opening ceremony in Toronto, Canada, although the pair sat about 18 seats apart.

The following day, they emerged hand in hand to make their first official public appearance together at the wheelchair tennis.

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