The Duchess of Sussex has turned heads in designer outfits from Oscar de la Renta to Emilia Wickstead during the royal couple's tour Down Under.
But Prince Harry, 34, has also been dressing to impress, seeming to take unlikely style inspo from his wife's former on-screen love … Mike Ross from Suits.
While all eyes have been on Meghan Markle's stunning ensembles, including dresses by Australian designers Zimmermann, Dion Lee and Martin Grant, during their first official couple's trip to Australia and the Pacific, Harry has been looking sharp in every suit he wears.
The Duke of Sussex seems to be dressing in a similar style to Meghan's former on-screen husband on Suits, aka the character of Mike Ross (played by Patrick J. Adams).
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Last night in Sydney, the Duke of Sussex sported one of his go-to looks — a navy blazer and trousers, teamed with a white shirt and baby blue tie.
Meghan, of course, turned heads in a stunning $6,000 black-and-white Oscar de la Renta tulle gown with a bird print as the couple attended the Australian Geographic Society Awards at Shangri-La Hotel.
Yesterday in Tonga, Harry wore a very Mike Ross-esque grey suit, teamed with another white shirt and a light grey tie … almost looking like he was about to step into a tense legal meeting with Suits powerhouse, Harvey Specter.
Unlike Meghan, 37, who had at least three outfits changes yesterday, Harry wore the grey-on-grey look to his official engagements in Tonga, before changing into the navy suit on arrival in Sydney.
While what the Duchess wears makes news just about everyday, little is known about what designer labels and tailors Harry sports.
It's been previously reported that the Duke of Sussex is often dressed in custom-made suiting by Gieves & Hawkes, a high-end British tailor who has also dressed Prince Charles, as well as Prince William.
Harry has previously worn pieces by Californian clothing brand Everlane.