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If she weren’t, ya know, a royal and all, we’d bet our non-monarchy-funded paychecks Meghan Markle would subscribe to clothing rental service Rent the Runway. A subscription-based business for the latest designer clothing, wedding rentalsjewelry and more, the company just announced they’ve expanded their designer list to include 100 (!) more brands for their trend-savvy members…and several of the duchess’s favorite brands made the cut.

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Along with other popular designers like Veronica Beard, Jonathan Simkhai, Rag & Bone and J.Crew, Rent the Runway just added duchess-approved Club Monaco to their inventory (bringing their total designer count to 550...NBD). For her birthday in August, Markle wore a Club Monaco pleated midi dress with color-blocking (above) to a wedding with Prince Harry. 

She also wore a Club Monaco coat and dress (below) to cook for the Hubb Community Kitchen the day before Thanksgiving (with both still available via the Club Monaco website).

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Veronica Beard is also a Markle favorite and newcomer to Rent the Runway. The duchess wore a bright blue shirtdress by the sisters-in-law designer duo during her visit to Tonga in October, as well as Veronica Beard wide-leg pants and turtleneck during her first visit to Edinburgh.

RELATED: 23 Photos of Meghan Markle’s Most-Worn Brands This Year

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Brock is also among the new designers added to the style subscription service, and the duchess showed off her growing baby bump in a floral skin-tight midi dress by the L.A.-based brand in December.

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A few of these 100 new designers (J.Crew being one of them) have already been added to the Rent the Runway site, with the rest (including Club Monaco) arriving by early March.

Time to finally cave and try a subscription? It's practically a royal decree, Your Highness.

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