However, as with anyone in the public eye, her fashion choices often come under fire (and for some rather ridiculous reasons). This week, people are noticing that she always seems to have her hands in her pockets.
In fact, were so curious to find out why that they enlisted a body language expert to look into it.
Judi James said: “The classic reason for this very common gesture is that it signals a subliminal desire to hide, especially when the hands are shoved deep into the pockets.
“It also helps get over the common problem most of us suffer from, which is not really knowing what to do with our hands when we know people are looking at us.”
Judi does, however, note that Meghan has 'high' levels of confidence (and so she should!), so perhaps she simply has a penchant for 50s styling right now. Either way, we are living for her Carolina Herrera denim dress and trench coat dress by Nonie regardless of their hand-hiding design.
#Pocketgate comes after an expert weighed in on how much our Megs could be spending on keeping her wardrobe as fresh as can be - especially when she decides to wear three different outfits in 24 hours...!
Royal expert Katie Nicholl told that she could be looking at a figure of over £750,000 - now that's a wardrobe a girl can only dream of.
Let's start with that stunning wedding dress, which is rumoured to have cost around £387,000. She swapped the bespoke Clare Waight Keller gown for a Stella McCartney piece later on in the day, thought to have cost around £119,555.
Add to that the Givenchy cape dress, the Oscar de la Renta gown, the Flavia pencil dress from Goat and the Caroline Herrera pink dress and her recent appearances alone are worth almost £22,000 in dresses.
Katie did point out though that given all the publicity she's getting, she's sure to be bringing in more than her fair share of money from members of the public desperate to catch a glimpse of her.
"Meghan is now an ambassador for the royal family. Look at the publicity she has brought in the run-up to the wedding. I'd argue that it's worth every penny.”