The Duchess was in formation.
Meghan Markle honored Beyoncé’s birthday wish by rocking silver to her “Renaissance” tour stop at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles Friday night.
The Duchess of Sussex — who attended the show with her husband, Prince Harry, her mother, Doria Ragland, and her “Suits” co-star and friend Abigail Spencer — rocked a silver sequined pencil skirt, reportedly from SPRWMN ($405), and a white sleeveless shirt.
Markle, 42, also wore a pair of white-and-silver Aquazarra Celeste Degrade Embellished Sandals, which retail for $1,450.
Last month, Beyoncé, 41, took to her Instagram Stories to share a last-minute request for fans attending her upcoming performances during Virgo season.
“my birthday wish is to celebrate with you wearing your most fabulous silver fashions to the shows 8.23 – 9.22,” she wrote at the time.
“We’ll surround ourselves in a shimmering human disco ball each night. Everybody mirroring each other’s joy. Virgo season together in the house of Chrome.”
Fans of Queen Bey — notably known as the Beyhive — scrambled to find the right sparkly outfit to wear to her upcoming sold-out shows.
“Panicking breaking out into a cold sweat because I can’t find a silver garment for the Beyoncé concert,” tweeted one fan.
“Tryin to find a silver fit for Beyonce has proven difficult,” added another.
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“Fighting for my life trying to find a new silver outfit for Beyoncé on Friday,” tweeted a third fan, while a fourth wrote, “Beyoncé…. Let’s talk. Because you knew folks was gonna have a hard time trying to find something silver for your BDay! It’s too close and I still can’t find anything.”
Markle wasn’t the only celebrity following the Grammy winner’s dress code.
Gabrielle Union also stunned in a full silver outfit, which consisted of a mesh dress and matching thong panty and bra.
Additionally, stars such as Tracee Ellis Ross, Brie Larson, Issa Rae, Jordyn Woods, Kelly Rowland and more were also decked out in chrome.
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