Royals Meghan Markle Dropped a Big Hint When She Made Her Debut with Prince Harry 1 Year Ago Today! Meghan Markle dropped a giant clue that she was headed for the royal altar By Erin Hill Erin Hill Twitter Senior News Editor, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on September 25, 2018 10:24 AM Share Tweet Pin Email When Meghan Markle made her debut alongside then-boyfriend Prince Harry exactly one year ago today, she dropped a giant clue that she was headed for the royal altar. It wasn’t just their loving gazes and their sweet walk hand-in-hand into the Invictus Games in Toronto on September 25, 2017 that had everyone talking. Meghan’s classic white button-down shirt carried an important message. The oversized shirt is dubbed the “Husband Shirt,” and it is from Meghan’s designer friend Misha Nonoo’s collection. Nonoo is also rumored to be the mysterious matchmaker who set up Meghan and Harry on a blind date in July 2016. The Bahrain-born business woman, who was raised in London, has long run in royal circles. Until 2016, she was married to Paddle8 founder Alexander Gilkes, who is one of Harry’s closest friends. Splash News Online Euan Cherry/WENN The “Husband Shirt,” which costs $185, gets its name from its roomy fit and is modeled after “husband’s shirts, past, present and future,” Nonoo previously told PEOPLE. And it definitely predicted Meghan’s future. Just two months later, on November 27, Clarence House announced the couple’s engagement, and their history-making royal wedding took place six months later at Windsor Castle. Andrew Matthews - WPA Pool/Getty Images Now, just one year later, Meghan is set for her first solo engagement as the Duchess of Sussex on Tuesday when she attends the Royal Academy Oceania Exhibition opening in London. Can’t get enough of PEOPLE’s Royals coverage? Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more! And she’ll do so on her own — without Harry or any other royal family member by her side — making today the perfect full circle moment for the modern day royal.