It was hard to miss Monday's buzzy royal announcement: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engaged! Still, it was even harder to miss the stunning white wrap coat that the duchess-to-be chose to wear for her first official photo op in the sunken gardens of Kensington Palace.
Made by Toronto-based designer Line, the coat ($750) was a nod to the place Meghan has called home for the past several years while filming the TV show Suits.
In honor of the occasion, the brand decided to celebrate Meghan's sartorial choice (and pending nuptials) by renaming the coat in her honor. "Meghan has an effortlessly chic sense of style, which we've always admired," Line's president and co-founder John Muscat said in a statement. "We know this particular coat is one of her favorite pieces so we have officially decided to name it the 'Meghan.'"
One caveat: The coat is so popular right now, it actually caused Line's site to temporarily crash. But as soon as it's back up and running, ordering it will be easy: Just ask for the 'Meghan.' (They'll know what you mean.)