The bride-to-be looked extra regal while representing the royal family at the Anzac Day Service in London, England, on Wednesday.
Meghan Markle is adapting to British style flawlessly!
The bride-to-be and her fiancé, Prince Harry, represented the royal family at the Anzac Day Service in London, England, early Wednesday morning, where Meghan looked as regal as ever in two royally-approved outfits.
Taking a cue from her soon-to-be relatives, Meghan accessorized both of her ensembles with hats, which are a staple in British fashion. For look number one, the Los Angeles native wore a wide-brimmed, floppy hat, which she paired with Sarah Flint Jay heels, a Gucci Dionysus bag, gray Smythe coat and a red poppy pin.
This type of hat is much simpler than the fancy fascinators and pillbox hats we typically see on royals like Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton, but we love that Meghan put her own unique spin on the trend.
Meghan went with a more formal outfit for her second look of the day. She stepped out to Westminster Abbey in a black beret embellished with a dragonfly from milliner Philip Treacy, seemingly taking another style cue from Jackie Kennedy Onassis. She pulled it off perfectly by pairing it with a midi-length Emilia Wickstead dress suit and Jimmy Choo box clutch.
The royal wedding is scheduled for May 19, which means Meghan is only 24 days from officially becoming a royal. Clearly, she's fitting in just fine.
Hear more on how Meghan's style has evolved since meeting Prince Harry in the video below, and be sure to keep up with all of ET's coverage of the royal wedding as we count down to her journey to the altar!