Meghan Markle’s signature accessory has been spotted online - but it’s not cheap

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A number of the Duchess of Sussex’s go-to brands have been spotted and purchased by her loyal fans. However, the majority of her favourite are often sold out in minutes.

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But now the Duchess’ classic forest green handbag by British brand DeMellier has been spotted online.

The stunning leather bag includes a stylish tassle, gold detailing and a delicate logo on the front.

There is also an option for “complimentary monogramming” on the cross-body strap.

The ‘Mini Venice’ comes in a variety of colours including on-trend snakeskin, cream and burgundy.

meghan-markle-newsMeghan Markle news: Duchess of Sussex’s signature accessory has been spotted online (Image: GETTY)

meghan-markle-newsThe stunning leather bag includes a stylish tassle (Image: GETTY)

Although the bag is definitely a statement, it is not cheap, coming in at £295.

Meghan first showed off the signature bag during her visit to Wales in January 2018.

During a tour around Cardiff Castle, Meghan used the bag to add a splash of colour to her all-black look which sold out in seconds.

The bag did drop down to £251 on Black Friday, but has now gone back to its original price.

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meghan-markle-newsMeghan was recently named the most powerful dresser of 2019 (Image: GETTY)

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Other brands that Meghan always goes to are Missoma, & Other Stories, Strathberry and Reformation.

Meghan was recently named the most powerful dresser of 2019.

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