Missguided has produced a stunning £35 dupe of Meghan Markle's £100,000 wedding dress

Because Missguided has already got a startlingly similar gown available – and it's got rave reviews.

  • Bridal long sleeve dress, £35, Missguided – buy now

Best of all you will get change from £40.

It's not the only High Street dupe of the Royal Wedding frock available but is the dress that most closely resembles it – and by far the cheapest.

Brides who have already worn it for their big day love it.

One woman, giving it five stars, said: "I bought this dress but for the price, I wasn’t expecting much. But it’s absolutely gorgeous, fits perfectly, doesn’t feel or look cheap either."

  • Bridal long sleeve dress, £150, JJ's House – buy now

Another added: "I bought that dress with big hopes it will look like on the picture. And I’m 100 percent satisfied."

Another added: "This dress is so beautiful. It makes your figure look incredible. The quality is actually very good for the price and it doesn’t look cheap."

The dress, currently available in sizes four to 16, can be bought online and is 95 percent polyester with a hidden zip.

Other dupes include a £250 Alexis dress with bell sleeves, which looks far more expensive than it actually is.

  • Crepe, long sleeve wedding dress, £1,500-£2,000, Justin Alexander – buy now

A more expensive duplicate is Justin Alexander's crepe, long sleeve gown. The designer frock – similar to the Missguided version – doesn't actually boast the price but is understood to be in the region of £1,500 to £2,000.

Unlike the others this has a lace and see-through panel back, and – like Meghan's – has longer sleeves.


  • Legacy gown, £217, Katie May for Revolve – buy now 

Meghan was praised for showing a hint of tanned shoulder, and if you want to show yours you could do worse than this dress which is similar to her one.

Again, made nearly entirely of polyester it is very simple. But, unlike the others it doesn't have longer sleeves.

It's Katie May for Revolve and costs £217.

Former Suit's actress Meghan chose to work with Clare Waight Keller for ger “her timeless and elegant aesthetic, impeccable tailoring, and relaxed demeanour”.

Meghan wanted to “highlight the success of a leading British talent who has now served as the creative head of three globally influential fashion houses – Pringle of Scotland, Chloé, and now Givenchy”.

Meghan and Clare worked closely together on the design, which featured a graphic open bateau neckline that gracefully frames the shoulders and emphasises Meghan’s slender waist.

The highly-anticipated wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took place on May 19, 2018.

The couple tied the knot at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, which is where Harry was christened when he was three months old.

It has been announced that they will live in Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace.


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