There’s a lot to say about the Lifetime movie Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance, which happened to oh-so-coincidentally premiere six days before Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s IRL nuptials. (Here are 79 thought-starters.) One thing’s for sure, though: The costumes worn in the film are actually pretty good—so good, in fact, that not one, but possibly two Royal Wedding guests have been spotted wearing what appears to be one of the most memorable looks from it.
If you watched the instantly-iconic Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance—if you skipped out on this important cultural event, please continue to read along—there’s a scene in which fake-Meghan finally meets Queen Elizabeth II; she does so in a striking navy-and-white lace-top dress similar to the one real-Meghan wore to the Queen’s Christmas luncheon back in December. It’s a lovely style—and one that, theoretically, would work well for a spring wedding.
Well, apparently we weren’t the only ones who thought that: As spotted by eagle-eyed Michaela O’Shaughnessy on Twitter, it sure does look like at least one person attending the Royal Wedding copied fake-Meghan’s look from Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance.
Not one, but two Royal Wedding guests, in fact.
Now begs the question: Which came first, the Lifetime movie or the guests’ dress-shopping trip?
Meghan Markle’s Bun Made Its Return for the Royal Wedding
As Expected, the Hats Were Maybe the Best Part of the Royal Wedding
The Best Dressed Guests at the Royal Wedding