As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry begin the last steps of vacating their roles as senior members of the British royal family, some have looked to the Duchess of Sussex's fashion choices as an indication of how she views the transition.

According to the Sun, the former "Suits" actress wore "big and bold outfits" in order to show the monarchy what it would be missing once she fully began the new phase of her life. Her various outfits, which featured vibrant colors, also reportedly "hinted" at "a very bright future."

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As stated by the publication, Meghan's decision to wear red, white, and blue showed her fondness towards the U.K., while also making strong statements.

Jules Standish, a color consultant, discussed the style choices and the "powerful meaning" behind there hues.

"Meghan went bright and bold in red – a colour that demands attention, showing that she feels confident and strong," she said, adding, "When she chose turquoise, a colour which is fun-loving and uplifting, she was showing that she’s cool and in control. And in white at the National Theatre, she was projecting an open-minded personality. White is ultimately positive and optimistic and counteracts negativity – a tool Meghan frequently needs."

This is not the first time that color has been discussed regarding royal fashion choices. In 2019, Kate Middleton wore the same color on her royal tour of Pakistan with Prince William that Meghan wore on her trip to Africa with Prince Harry. At the time, the decision to wear the specific color while touring the countries was said to be a "strategic choice."

Aside from what colors Meghan has worn, her sense of style has also been dissected as royal fans have continued to look for meaning in her wardrobe. In the past, not only has it been said that she wanted to convey a certain message by removing her engagement ring, but it has also been reported that she chose specific outfits in the past in order to highlight her commitment to an issue that's important to her.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the Commonwealth Day Service on March 9, 2020, in London, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images