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In case you haven’t noticed, Meghan Markle’s coat game is strong. Like sending fashionistas around the world into an ‘Omg, I need this coat in my size! Where can I order it online immediately?’ kind of strong.

And guess what! Much of the 36-year-old’s coveted outerwear is created by none other than Canadian fashion house Sentaler, Bojana Sentaler’s eponymous line that she launched in 2009. Remember that gorgeous tan and brown get-up that the soon-to-be princess wore this past Christmas? Yup, that wide-collared coat with it’s ribbed sleeves and simple belt is a Sentaler. And now you probably want one, too.

Meghan has worn a Sentaler coat on loads of other occasions, too. It’s like she’s on a mission to collect them in every colour of the rainbow. Really, can you blame her? She’s been spotted in a rich ruby red as well as a sage green, both the hooded version with ribbed sleeves.

It’s safe to say that if Sentaler wasn’t on the world’s sartorial radar, it will be this year. The luxe label is set to debut their autumn/winter collection at London Fashion Week later this month, and if Meghan’s style influence is anything like her future sister-in-law, Kate Middleton’s, you can bet the brand is about to enter a ‘selling like hotcakes’ phase.

Kate has actually been spotted wearing Sentaler as well. During the Duchess’ royal visit to Canada in 2016, she wrapped herself up in a dove grey coat with ribbed sleeves and belted waist.

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“We have been seeing an increased demand for Sentaler in the U.K. and look forward to previewing the collection in London this season,” Sentaler said in an interview with WWD.

The high-end outerwear is handcrafted from alpaca wool, making them oh-so soft to touch. Coat prices range from $795 to $1,695 USD, though the brand does offer some more affordable items like hats, gloves and scarves.