Stylist Lalla Bronshtein, celebrity stylist & eco-friendly fashion designer at LallaxRR told Express.co.uk: “Never underestimate the power of leather.
“It implies confidence, strength and elegance, everything that Meghan is and at the same time leather trousers are a fashion item that never goes out of style.”
They sold on Matches Fashion for $925 or £712.77.
The brown version of the pants are the same price, with both pairs costing over £1,400.
Is it no surprise the Duchess is a fan of the uber fashionable London-based brand.
Stella, 49, is the daughter of Beatles star Paul McCartney.
The brand is famously kind to animals, avoiding leather and fur, and concerned with sustainability, like designer herself.
It is unknown how much Meghan’s Stella collection is worth, but it is undoubtedly tens of thousands.
Since leaving the Royal Family, Meghan has worn a few items from the brand.
She wore the black Rhea Sandals to meet with feminist icon Gloria Steinem for Makers Women last month, which are selling for £525, while in April she wore the draped cable-knit wool and alpaca-blend cardigan, £829.
Back at the Endeavour Awards in March 2020, she carried the Lucia plexiglas clutch, which is out of stock but was listed for £1,430 on Lyst.
For her last ever Remberence Day in the UK Meghan wore the a double-breasted belted felt coat, which cost £1,790. She wore the belted dress by the brand too, a belted keyhole dress, £799.
As for accessories, Meghan has a number from Stella McCartney including the brand’s famous bags.
Meghan has the Stella McCartney ‘Grace’ clutch in white, which she wore to Wimbledon.
Versions of this bag have sold for around £865 on resale sites.
Meghan also owns the mini tote in black, £710 and the medium tote bag, £815.
This amounts to a total of £130,188 and is far from all of Meghan’s Stella McCartney collection.
With her leather trousers Meghan Markle wore a cut-out top with an interview on Black Lives Matter.