Meghan Markle's royal wedding day look will safely go down in modern history as one of the most iconic fashion moments of our time.
Her boat-neck dress designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy was nothing less than heavenly, capturing global attention and becoming a beacon of fashion inspiration for women the world over.
But stealing our hearts just as much as her divine ceremony dress was the second gown Meghan chose to wear for her wedding reception - and this one was just as iconic.
Following their fairy tale ceremony at St George's Chapel in Windsor, Meghan and Harry were whisked away to their wedding reception. But that wasn't before the new Duchess of Sussex had a quick wardrobe change.
And boy are we glad she did, because the divine creation she wore by Stella McCartney was all kinds of wonderful, as well as providing us with timeless fashion inspiration a-plenty.
Clearly, the sentiment was felt by all, including those closest to Meghan.
Indeed Jessica Mulroney, who is Meghan's close pal and a stylist actually appears to have taken heed of Meghan's iconic wedding day look by dressing her own client in a dress that's almost exactly the same.
Taking to her Instagram account, the stylist wrote: "This look. This couple!!", alongside a picture of the bride and her new husband.
In the picture, the blonde woman is seen wearing a stunning sleeveless white dress featuring a high neck and flowing train.
You can't deny it, there are some striking similarities to Meghan's Stella McCartney number here!
The sweet photo was shared to Jessica's official wedding stylist account, and the brunette Canadian tagged bridal design company Kleinfeld Canada in the picture.
The stylist also posted a second picture to her account, this time featuring a gorgeous close-up shot of the bride.
Alongside the pic, Jessica wrote: 'High neck for the win".
We certainly can't argue with that!
The original Stella McCartney design worn by Meghan was truly something else, so we really can't blame other women for wanting to recreate her wedding day look.
In fact, even Meghan herself later appeared to channel her wedding day style when she visited Tonga on her royal tour with Prince Harry in October last year.
Stepping out for an evening soiree, the Duchess was seen wearing a gorgeous long white gown by designer Theia.
The dress this time featured capped sleeves along with a high neckline, and Meghan chose to wear her hair similarity in a textured up-do.
And it was a very special accessory that really finished off the recreated look - Meghan chose to wear an aquamarine ring which once belonged to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana.
Indeed Meghan also accessorised her Stella McCartney dress on her wedding day with the same stunning piece of jewellery.
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