Meghan Markle has been tweaking her style ever since she became a Duchess.

Unity Blott, a journalist for the Daily Mail, said that Prince Harry most recently tweaked an outfit that she first wore in 2016. At that time, the then-actress wore a frock by Yigal Azrouel.

Lucas Armitage, a celebrity stylist, told the publication, “Meghan has always flown the style flag for a chic approach to style, and her pre-royal outfits are a testament to style and class. Her new status has had a slight impact on her chic approach, however, whereas before strapless and mini styles were staples of her wardrobe they have been replaced with midi and more conservative cuts.”

“This transition, maybe, in part, down to her natural style evolution. That said, a factor in her changing hemlines and more modest approach may be due to royal tradition and advisors from the palace. Personally, I would love to see Meghan bring back some more of her sexier looks as I think a modern woman, such as herself, can be both chic and sexy. This combination was something she knew how to rock long before she got a royal rock on her finger,” Armitage added.

In recent weeks, royal fans have also taken notice of Markle’s dramatic transformation. For instance, she has adopted a more conservative look that may be in line with the royal protocols she needs to follow as a new member of the royal family.

The former actress has also swapped her mini skirts and dress in A-line skirts. Her shoulders are now typically covered in long sleeves and are only left bare sometimes. She has also bid her plunging necklines goodbye and has opted for a bateau neck.

Last week, Markle attended Prince Harry’s polo match in her belted navy-blue Carolina Herrera dress. Town & Country said that the attire is fit for a Duchess. Prince Harry’s wife has also worn pants and suits during her official engagements.

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Meghan Markle's style has evolved in recent weeks. Pictured: Markle visit Trinity College on the second day of their official two day royal visit to Ireland on July 11, 2018 in Dublin, Ireland. Getty Images/Gareth Fuller - Pool