Outfits we won’t see Meghan Markle wear again now she’s a royal

THESE days you are most likely to see her in a respectable knee-length gown and nude tights.

But there was a time, not that long ago, when Meghan Markle was regularly spotted on the red carpet in thigh-skimming minis and cool ripped jeans, The Sun reports.

THE OLD MEGHAN

Short hemlines and ample cleavage at the Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in 2015. Picture: Jim Spellman/WireImage)

Short hemlines and ample cleavage at the Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in 2015. Picture: Jim Spellman/WireImage)Source:Getty Images

Serving glammed-up businesswoman in 2016. Picture: Getty

Serving glammed-up businesswoman in 2016. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Posing for a portrait, 2016. Picture: WireImage

Posing for a portrait, 2016. Picture: WireImageSource:Getty Images

Smiley and strapless. Picture: Amy Tierney/WireImage

Smiley and strapless. Picture: Amy Tierney/WireImageSource:Getty Images

Walking the red carpet at the 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards. Shades of Liz Hurley’s infamous safety pin dress with that side detail. Picture: George Pimentel/WireImage

Walking the red carpet at the 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards. Shades of Liz Hurley’s infamous safety pin dress with that side detail. Picture: George Pimentel/WireImageSource:Getty Images

Definitely before the royal glow-up. Picture: Rebecca Sapp/WireImage for Ink PR Group

Definitely before the royal glow-up. Picture: Rebecca Sapp/WireImage for Ink PR GroupSource:Getty Images

At the London Global Gift Gala in 2013. Picture: Getty

At the London Global Gift Gala in 2013. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

At the London premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Picture: Getty

At the London premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Since marrying Prince Harry in May Meghan’s undergone something of a wardrobe renaissance.

Ripped jeans are out, and plain denim dresses are in.

And she’s swapped in infamous denim short suit for a chic black one — with much longer legs.

Meanwhile, we think it will be a long time before we see those Royal shoulders again …

THE NEW MEGHAN

Covered up with husband Prince Harry. Picture: Splash News

Covered up with husband Prince Harry. Picture: Splash NewsSource:Splash News Australia

Meghan’s new life: Attending countless polo cups. Picture: James Whatling / MEGA

Meghan’s new life: Attending countless polo cups. Picture: James Whatling / MEGASource:Mega

With Harry at the wedding of friends Charlie Van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks this month. Picture: W8Media / MEGA

With Harry at the wedding of friends Charlie Van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks this month. Picture: W8Media / MEGASource:Mega

She’s often now seen in head to toe white. Picture: Dominic Lipinski — Pool/Getty Images

She’s often now seen in head to toe white. Picture: Dominic Lipinski — Pool/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

Best thing about becoming a royal? Surely the unfettered access to amazing and ridiculous hats. Picture: MEGA

Best thing about becoming a royal? Surely the unfettered access to amazing and ridiculous hats. Picture: MEGASource:Mega

Elegant, yes. Conservative? Absolutely. Picture: MEGA

Elegant, yes. Conservative? Absolutely. Picture: MEGASource:Mega

Meghan’s relatively simple wedding dress surprised many royal watchers. Picture: AFP

Meghan’s relatively simple wedding dress surprised many royal watchers. Picture: AFPSource:AFP

Chic in yellow. Picture: Yui Mok/WPA Pool/Getty Images

Chic in yellow. Picture: Yui Mok/WPA Pool/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

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