Meghan Markle shows off her unique royal style by doing this in Edinburgh

Meghan Markle looked incredible on her very first visit to Edinburgh with Prince Harry. While all eyes were on the future royal, who dazzled in a beautiful checked Burberry coat and Veronica Beard tailored pants, her bag quickly became the center of attention. The stunning former Suits star's bag of choice was by luxury brand Strathberry, but it was how she wore it that was the focus. The 36-year-old opted to wear it as a crossbody as opposed to it hanging from her shoulder or carrying it like a clutch, which seems to be a royal first.

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meghan-markle-green-bag-cross-body-scotland-strathberryVIEW GALLERY  Meghan wore the bag over her coat Photo: Getty Images

The East/West Mini, which Meghan chose in a bottle green shade that also featured a bold chain strap, is priced at $575. The bag is a timeless design defined by structured lines that also features the iconic Strathberry bar closure and a gold chain strap. What makes the bag so striking is the statement hardware detail. The bag also features compartments and cream lining, which makes for a robust design. Not only is the bag available in racing green – it is also made in a plethora of different shades such as red and even mustard!

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Meghan's bag is by Strathbbery and priced at $575

This is the second time that Prince Harry's fiancée has carried a bag from the brand. The first time was when she visited Nottingham on December, 1 2017 – which was her very first official appearance after the engagement was announced. "We had no idea Meghan would be wearing the bag in Nottingham," owner of the brand Leeanne Hundleby told HOLA!'s sister publication HELLO!. "We first realized something was going on when people started to call the office and ask if Meghan was carrying our bag." Leeanne also stated that a huge 3,500 shoppers signed up for stock updates on the burgundy bag. And the phone has "never stopped ringing."

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