The most iconic looks Meghan Markle has repeated again and again

Karwai Tang/WireImage/Getty Images, Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty ImagesThe Duchess of Sussex is a big fan of trench dresses.

Markle’s royal wardrobe came full circle when she stepped out in a red Sentaler coat in January — the same design she wore in a more subtle colour to her first Christmas with the royal family back in 2017.

Chris Jackson/ Getty Images, Karwai Tang/ WireImage/ Getty ImagesMarkle wearing Sentaler.

Markle wore the coat again to the WellChild awards in October, along with a dress she first wore to announce her engagement to Prince Harry.

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She hadn’t been spotted in the $US591 Parosh dress since her engagement interview with the prince in 2017.

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Markle wore this $US2,000 Stella McCartney cape dress for the Queen’s birthday celebrations in April 2018, and again for the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony in October of the same year.

John Stillwell/ AFP/ Getty Images and Chris Jackson/ Getty ImagesMeghan Markle wearing Stella McCartney.

She wore the same black Alexander McQueen blazer twice in 2018, and then a similar navy blazer by Smythe for her surprise appearance at WE Day with Prince Harry in 2019.

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The duchess first wore this Erdem dress on ‘The Today Show’ in 2016, and then again to lunch with the Queen in 2018.

Today Show/ NBC, Max Mumby/ Indigo/ Getty ImagesMarkle wearing the blazer in 2016, left, and again in 2018, right.

She wore these Manolo Blahnik heels twice in 2018, to Princess Eugenie’s wedding and during a visit to Tonga with Prince Harry.

Samir Hussein/ WireImage/ Getty Images, Samir Hussein/ WireImage/ Getty ImagesMarkle wearing Manolos at Princess Eugenie’s wedding, left, and during her visit to Tonga, right.

She choose this stunning Philip Treacy fascinator for a wedding in August 2018, and then wore it again during her Australia tour in October that same year.

Max Mumby/ Indigo/ Getty Images, Karwai Tang/ WireImage/ Getty ImagesMarkle wore this hat twice in 2018.

The duchess is clearly a fan of Philip Treacy’s creations, opting for a blush fascinator for the Trooping the Colour parade in 2018, along with a similar style for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday celebrations in the same year.

Samir Hussein/ WireImage, Chris Jackson/ Getty ImagesMarkle wearing two Philip Treacy hats in 2018.

Markle made a subtle romantic tribute to Prince Harry by wearing a pair of Mother jeans to the Invictus Games in October 2018. She wore the same design — to the same event — at the beginning of their relationship in 2017.

Danny Lawson/ PA Images/ Getty Images, Karwai Tang/ WireImage/ Getty ImagesMarkle wearing Mother jeans on two separate occasions.

Markle donned this Stella McCartney coat for Remembrance Day 2018, and then wore an almost identical black number by Givenchy in 2019.

Max Mumby/ Indigo/ Getty Images, Karwai Tang/ WireImage/ Getty ImagesThese coats are almost identical.

She wore this House of Nonie blush trench dress to a royal engagement in July 2018, and again during her tour of Africa this past October. On first glance, it could appear both photos were taken on the same day, since she styled her hair and makeup almost identically.

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Markle is clearly a fan of trench dresses — she wore a similar design by Grace Wales Bonner to introduce baby Archie to the world back in May.

The duchess donned this $US49 Aritzia dress from her maternity wardrobe in October, having first worn it while heavily pregnant with baby Archie in January.

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Most recently, Markle copied her own look from October 2018, where she wore a green leather skirt and matching shirt. On Friday, she wore a similar design (and hairstyle) for a gender equality roundtable at Windsor Castle.

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