Look, there’s a lot going on with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s current visit to England.
There’s secret body language to unpack. And the urgent matter of whether The Queen is annoyed at the couple’s royal emancipation or actually very supportive.
But if you want conspiracy theories about all that, you’re going to have to go elsewhere.
For the purposes of this article we’re focusing on Meghan’s wardrobe, because we think we’ve officially hacked it.
On what many are calling The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s farewell tour to royal life, her latest appearances have brought to dazzling light Meghan’s very specific approach to getting dressed. And that’s an unwavering commitment to colour blocking.
She’s long been a fan of this styling trick, where you pair pieces in the same or similar tones to create a polished look.
In the past she’s favoured more neutral shades – think beige, cream, aubergine and black. Chic, subtle tones. Support-act tones.
But for this particular style stint, when the eyes of the world are assessing her every move, Meghan’s going bold. Forget beige – we’re talking head-to-toe brights. And capes.