Almost half of that amount went to Meghan's custom Givenchy wedding gown designed by Clare Waight Keller which cost more than $444,000.
She's already been banned from eating garlic and shellfish around the Queen, quit her job to join the royal family and can't sign autographs anymore, but there's another thing Meghan Markle can add to the long list of rules she now has to follow.
Of course, the big question is: Who's paying for the 36-year-old's designer gowns, coats, shoes and handbags?
Anyway, here's to Meghan and Prince Hazza!
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is often seen sporting cork wedges out in public, especially when she's at sporting events.
At the time, he said, 'It is protocol that you do not extend your hand to any member of the royal family (blood royal or those who have married in to the family) unless their hand extends first'.
"It gave us hope, that wedding", she said. "The royals probably don't quite know how to deal with them". "We had breakfast. Guy, her dog, was with us. I'd argue that's worth every penny", she told "ET". In the meantime, we'll just have to enjoy the dozens of epic style moments she's sure to have award-winning or not.
The ensembles include the cream-colored Givenchy cape dress she chose for her first solo outing with the Queen, which retails for around $18,000, according to Entertainment Tonight.
Markle arrived to watch Prince Harry play during the Audi Polo Cup in Berkshire, UK, wearing a belted gingham print dress by Shoshanna Gruss. That dress retails for nearly $6,000.