Meghan Markle’s Marks & Spencer jumper is back in stock – but be quick if you want to buy it
Meghan Markle‘s now iconic Marks & Spencer jumper is back in stock – but be quick if you want to get your hands on it.
The black round-neck bell sleeve jumper became an internet sensation after Meghan wore it to Brixton radio station Reprezent FM on Tuesday.
Hidden underneath her Smythe coat at first, pictures of her from inside the radio station show the jumper in all its glory – a black knit with bell sleeves and a high neck.
It was her second official engagement with Prince Harry since their engagement announcement on November 27 so what she was wearing was bound to be of interest.
And, naturally, everyone wanted to emulate Prince Harry’s future wife’s style – but M&S weren’t prepared for the incoming onslaught of desperate shoppers and sold out of the jumper in all sizes within hours.
However, as if by miracle, the jumper – which only comes in black – is now back in stock.
Yep, less than 48 hours after the frantic rush to buy it – even if it was three sizes too big – Marks & Spencer has released a load more jumpers, which is from its Autograph collection.
And at £45, it’s a royal steal, considering the coat she was wearing has a far less attractive price tag at over £700.
At the time of writing, every single size of the M&S jumper is currently in stock, so if you want to look like royalty, be quick and hop onto the M&S website right now.
For those who want to get their hands on her coat, hurry to the Smythe’s website where her Brando coat is still available.
The bold shoulder and hourglass coat might set you back a bit though. It comes at a lofty price of $995.00 (£734).
Fans of her outfit would have been delighted to know her Jigsaw scarf is, like the jumper, pretty affordable. The Sara Sewn on fringe scarf was on sale, dropping from £69 to £34, but is now sold out online.
The famous couple paid a visit to Reprezent, a training programme which was established in Peckham in 2008, in response to the alarming rise in knife crime, to help young people develop and socialise through radio.
The royal couple commended the station’s work supporting young people through creative training in radio and broadcasting, and learned more about their model of using music, radio, and media for social impact.
As with any public outings, fans of the American actress crowded around and waved at her as she held hands with Harry, who was also looking dapper in a long off-khaki coat.
She looked totally immersed in the project as she met radio DJ Remi Aderemi, 24 and listened to a sample of their work.
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Meghan, a humanitarian and philanthropist, has been involved with many charitable projects and last month made her first royal visit with Prince Harry as they visited National Justice Museum
The visit was in hopes to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and efforts to tackle youth crime.
Some crowd members waited in the cold for hours to greet the royal and his fiancee on their first official engagement in Nottingham.