Meghan Markle wears £185 monochrome mini dress by Reiss during visit to King's College London

The retro-inspired style is £185 – and with much of Meghan's wardrobe consisting of expensive designer pieces – the affordable mini is set to fly off the shelves.

The royal – who is due to welcome her first child in a matter of weeks – is joining a special panel of female thought-leaders and activists to discuss a range of issues affecting women today, to celebrate International Women's Day.

Meg, 37, teamed the stylish dress with a fitted black blazer by Alexander McQueen and matching suede court heels.

The black shoes are believed to be her favourite Manolo Blahniks, worth around £500.

The mum-to-be wore her hair in a tight bun and accessorised with her Stella McCartney faux leather cross body bag, priced at £670.

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And if you fancy getting your hands on the monochrome mini, it's currently still in stock.

The style is expected to fly off the shelves, so you best be quick if you fancy snapping it up.

Take a leaf out of Meghan's fashion book and pair with heels – or stick to the retro vibe by teaming with white or black ankle boots.

Meghan will appear alongside singer Annie Lennox and former prime minister of Australia Julia Gillard at King's College London.

The panel will be hosted by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, which supports and funds young leaders around the world who are working to tackle problems in education, health, the environment and sport.

And in a nod to the the former Suits actress' involvement, she was today announced as the Vice-President of The Queen's Commonwealth Trust.

The Queen is currently patron, and the Duke of Sussex is President.

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