Even before her engagement to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle was always a jet-setter - from charity trips with World Vision to sunny holidays with friends and jaunts between her two homes in Toronto and Los Angeles. Since crossing the pond, the 36-year-old has been travelling all over the UK on official trips with her fiance. So how does she stay organized? It seems her secret is Stow Londons' First Class Leather Tech Case, which she featured in a photo on her now-closed Instagram account, alongside the caption "Packing for tomorrow with a few of my essentials."
Meghan's tech case is made from smooth orange leather with a white interior. It features a leather wallet, international foldaway plug set – perfect for all those transatlantic trips – and a powerful memory stick. It also has plenty of space for travel and ID documents to be safely stored away. The case is on sale for $640, and Meghan has been regularly spotted carrying it with her at airports.
It's not the first time Meghan has championed a British brand. Earlier this month she joined her husband-to-be, the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall at Westminster for the Commonwealth Day service, looking typically stylish in a stunning Amanda Wakeley 'Springsteen' navy dress and a $1,640 white coat by the same designer. She accessorised with navy high heel shoes by Manolo Blahnik and a navy Mulberry clutch bag.
She also caused Welsh denim brand Hiut to set up a three-month waiting list after she wore a pair of their dark skinny jeans during a trip to Cardiff, which she teamed with a Prince of Wales-checked top. The tiny firm have confirmed they've even had to employ extra staff since she sported the outfit. And back in January she gave high street favourite Marks & Spencer a serious sales boost when she wore a black batwing jumper from the store, prompting thousands to rush out to buy the chic sweater and cause a sell-out on the fashion retailer's website. It soon appeared on eBay for up to $275.