The past August 4 was a very special date for Meghan Markle, as she celebrated her first birthday as Prince Harry’s wife and, therefore, a member of the British Royal Family. The couple celebrated this day so marked in a different way in Frensham village, Surreyal, where the link between Daisy Jenks and Charlie Van Straubenzee took place, in which Harry served as the boy’s best man, one of his best friends since they were together to school. Once again, the Duchess of Sussex captured all eyes and became the absolute protagonist of the event thanks to a look that has brought back the famous ‘Meghan effect’ which has fallen both their followers and celebrities around the world world, including Selena Gomez or Karlie Kloss. Precisely with the generation to which the singer and the actress belonged, the Duchess had a nod with this last and acclaimed ensemble, including a note of millenial pink on it. To compose the guest look she wore on the day she was blowing 37 candles , Meghan opted for a dress that caused a sensation and that has managed to exhaust up to twice in just one week, showing again that each of the pieces that make up her wardrobe become an object of desire as soon as it appears with them. It is not, at all, the first time he manages to hang the sold out poster in one of his choices, in fact just a few weeks ago he achieved it with the J.Crew wicker handbag that he wore in the celebration of a solidarity tournament at the Royal County Berkshire Polo Club. This time, it was the pleated midi skirt of the Canadian firm Club Monaco that sold all its units after Meghan bet on it. In view of the success of this color block design that combines black, white, green hunting and the aforementioned powdered rose, the brand decided to replace it yesterday, but the furor has been such that it has become again without stock in less than 24 hours. The so-called Shoannah dress had a cost of 394.92 euros, a price much lower than those usually have the outfits of the Duchess of Sussex, which, coupled with the versatility of the garment and the already famous ‘Meghan effect’ explains the fulminant success he has had.