For those still doubtful about whether or not Meghan Markle will ever become a member of the royal family, stand by because it looks as though her royal transformation is already underway!
Clearly her would-be sister-in-law Kate Middleton's fashion choices are already rubbing off, with stunning Suits star Meghan opting for a gown designed by Kate's all-time favourite, Erdem.
Snuggling up to Prince Harry at the Jamaican wedding of his pal, Meghan, 35, took a leaf out of Kate's book in her sleeveless floral frock.
As engagement rumours swirl, the actress and blogger has been sticking to clean hemlines and classic pieces in recent times, just like Kate did ahead of her own engagement to Prince William.
And this certainly isn't the only time they've twinned!
The always-thrifty Kate stepped out in September on her Royal tour of Canada wearing a $920 powder blue Sentaler coat, which featured ribbed arms and a crossover front.
And in December Markle was snapped outside her apartment in Canada getting into a taxi wearing a $1,230 bottle green trench coat from the same designer.
While both coats are similar, Markle’s version only features the ribbing on the cuff of the coat and not down the sleeves.
And it’s not the only time the pair have reached for a design from the same brand as in June last year, the Duchess dazzled crows in a royal blue Roland Mouret gown.
The stunning creation, which featured cut –out sleeves and swooped the whole way down to the ground was worth $3,900.
Middleton matched the dress, which showed off her enviable figure, with large hooped earrings and a pair of black peep toe heels.
However Markle had already put her stamp on the brand’s designs as in October 2014 she walked the red carpet at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's benefit wearing one of their turquoise creations.
The fishtail dress clung to all the right places on Markle as is came up in a high halterneck.
Markle kept her hair back off her face and went for a minimalistic make-up look.
The pair have also in the past both shown their appreciation for high-end designer Dolce & Gabbana.
In October 2015 Kate welcomed President Xi Jinping and First Lady Peng Liyuan to Lancaster House looking sophisticated and demure in a knee-length Dolce & Gabbana lace dress.
The dress featured long sleeves and was a perfect choice in the drizzling rain.
Likewise, Markle chose a high-neck three-quarter length sleeved dress for her appearance at Elle’s Women in Television Dinner in January last year.
Markle’s minidress featured a ruched rose design which she matched with dramatic dark eye make-up.