We love a good fashion homage, and Meghan Markle delivered a royal one when she stepped out for the Commonwealth Day Church service at Westminster Abbey.
Wearing a slim-fitting navy dress and bright white coat, the 36-year-old topped off her ensemble with a chic beret—a subtle nod to Diana, Princess of Wales.
Markle's Parisian accessory is made by Stephen Jones, the very same milliner favoured by the late princess. His berets in particular helped imbue a young Diana's looks with a youthfulness that didn't compromise royal etiquette.
And it just so happens that headgear is having a moment, so there's never been a more perfect time to channel the royals—and the French—with a beret. If the topper isn't quite right for you, don't fret; sailor hats, caps and wide-brim styles are all on trend too! Shop your favourite below...