She’s about to become one of the most photographed women in the world, with thousands of people hoping to emulate her classy style.
And when Meghan Markle stepped out into the sunken gardens at Kensington Palace on Monday to officially announce her engagement to Prince Harry, she glowed as she stood beside her new fiancé.
Now, the future Duchess’ beauty secrets have been revealed – and you might even have some of her favourite products in your drawer at home.
The first thing we noticed about Meghan on Monday was her voluminous, effortlessly wavy hair, which looked pretty similar to Kate’s when she announced her engagement to Prince William in 2010.
It turns out the former Suits actress uses $63 Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray to get her envious locks looking so coiffed to perfection.
The spray, which is available from David Jones, promises to give people “incredible volume and sexy texture” which will leave your tresses looking “just-styled for days”.
“There is nothing like a hair flip,” he 36-year-old previously said in an interview with Birchbox.
“When my hair is feeling a little weighted, Suanne, my hair artist on set, has me bend forward and she sprays a little Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray or nothing at all, and then has me ‘flip back hard’ to give my hair a little extra bounce.”
The future wife of Prince Harry also has a flawless complexion, which she gets by using a simple $10 beauty staple.
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For Meghan, who’s no doubt upped her beauty game following the media glare surrounding her romance with Prince Harry, it’s all about Nivea Skin Firming Hydration Body Lotion.
“I use this religiously,” Meghan told website Beauty Banter.
“It’s honestly my favourite lotion on the market, it’s so affordable, and makes my skin look and feel amazing. I would buy a case of this at a time if I could find it.”
For those penny pinchers who hate splurging on teeny tiny pots of expensive creams, you’ll get 400mL of this stuff for just $10.
Writing in her lifestyle blog, The Tig, Meghan previously revealed that her mum took to get facials when she was just 13-years-old.
“It seemed so silly at the time, trekking in my school uniform to see a woman named Anika who slathered my skin with Yon-Ka products and chatted away about the importance of eye cream,” she previously wrote.
“My mom would give Anika a check (and usually some fruit she picked up for her at the farmers market, because she’s thoughtful that way) and we would drive home with my mom, ever the little bird in my ear, saying, ‘You must always take care of your skin’.”
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