Meghan Markle's understated, yet stunning wedding dress designed by Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller reportedly cost £200,000 - far beyond the reach of those without a royal budget.
The simple design of Meghan's dress means it's not difficult to find replicas from purse-friendly brands, while the designer bargain site The Outnet is selling an asymmetric Badgley Mischka gown similar to Meghan's for £195.
Meanwhile popular brand Alexis is selling a near-identical version, with the addition of slits on the legs and sleeves, for just £125, reduced from £250.
Here we reveal the best copycat versions of Meghan's dress that can be found online and on the high street.
For her wedding on Saturday, the bride enlisted the service of two of the most sought after designer's in the fashion world - Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy and Stella McCartney to create her bridal and evening gowns.
Her bespoke wedding dress is estimated to have cost £200,000, including £78,000 for custom-made fabric and £4,000 for fittings.
Ms. Waight Keller carried out extensive research at fabric mills throughout Europe, to develop an exclusive double bonded silk cady especially for Meghan.
For the evening party, fellow British designer Stella McCartney created a backless, halterneck gown in pure white for Meghan - estimated to have cost £80,000.