Meghan Markle wears £4,200 of clothes to edit ‘superficial’ September ...

Meghan Markle is launching herself into the world with velocity with a number of big moves revealed just this week.

The Duchess of Sussex and wife of Prince Harry, 34, revealed she had guest edited the September Issue of British Vogue at the beginning of the week.

Now it has been revealed she is releasing a line with Marks & Spencer and a number of other UK high street stores.

The collection will raise money for Smart Works by selling garments in John Lewis & Partners, Jigsaw and with the designer brand Misha Nonoo.

Misha Nonoo is a close friend of the Duchess, who has worn her clothing on many occasions.

It has even been reported that she introduced Harry and Meghan.

An M&S spokesperson told Good Housekeeping UK: "Marks & Spencer is excited and proud to be involved in this unique capsule collection as part of our ongoing work with Smart Works.

"We look forward to sharing more information with our customers in due course."

Images of the Duchess have shown details of her £4,263.81 wardrobe for editing the famous magazine.

She addressed the magazine’s “superficial” reputation in her editors letter for the publication.

She said: “There were facets I felt were of prime importance to include within this issue – elements that would hopefully set the tone, knowing this issue hits stands in August, just as readers gear up for the September shows, where judgement can become clouded and focus skewed toward the superficial.”

One image shows the Duchess in a Gucci grosgrain-trimmed checked tweed dress, which costs £2,300.

In another image with the Vogue editor Edward Enninful she wears the Everlane Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit, £98.95.

She is seen re-wearing her vintage Courreges coat. A similar version online is selling for £584 on

She also wears two pricey designer pairs of shoes in the images.

These are the Manolo Blahik polka dot slingbacks, which cost £675, and the Deneuve Bow Pointy Toe Flat from Aquazurra, which cost £605.86.

Meghan Markle’s Vogue editorship has caused some controversy. 

Fans are asking why US First Lady Melania wasn’t included.

“I love the beautiful HRH The Duchess of Sussex, but I wish she had interviewed our current First Lady Melania @FLOTUS instead. Our FLOTUS truly shined during

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