Midi dress & trench coat combo
The Duchess hasn’t been shy of donning a camel trench on this tour. Meghan wore a Burberry cand Brandon Maxwell midi-dress during a touching event for Pillars, a New Zealand charity that supports children who have a parent in prison.
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Classic black turtleneck
Stepping out in Wellington on Monday morning, the royal couple looked cool and casual with Meghan in a Club Monaco trench coat, with a black turtleneck underneath.
In New Zealand, Meghan and Harry got down to the youth’s levels as they spoke with young people in Wellington. The Duchess looked radiant in a printed trench coat by Kiwi designer Karen Walker. Underneath, she wore a simple black maternity dress by ASOS.
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Looking like she just stepped out of a fairytale, Duchess Meghan looked utterly divine in this Oscar de la Renta gown. The black and white design with bird silhouettes and a tulle skirt was eye-catching and unique – this might be one of our favourite looks on the Duchess so far! Meghan presented the award for Young Conservationist of the Year during the event.
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Stripes for days
Arriving at the St George Government Building in Tonga on Friday morning, Meghan’s asymmetrical stripe dress by Australian designer Martin Grant was smart, yet comfortable for the pregnant royal. She accessorised the look with a Prada clutch and khaki heels – and a peek of a sweet baby bump.
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Stepping out for a private evening soiree in Tonga with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauʻu, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry were a sight to behold – and we couldn’t ignore the striking resemblance to their wedding day style. Meghan’s dress, designed by Theia, included stunning detail with embellishments and embroidery.
All in red
Lady in red alert! Markle looked gorgeous in a bright red Self-Portrait dress as she disembarked from her flight from Fiji to Tonga on Thursday afternoon. The Duchess’s dress colour was a fitting tribute to Tonga and its bold red flag. Paired with a black Dior clutch, the ensemble was one of Meghan’s most eye-catching looks from the tour.
Moss green dress
No stranger to a red carpet, Meghan looked effortlessly stunning as she stepped out on her third day in Fiji. The Duchess wore a gorgeous moss green Jason Wu dress as she walked hand-in-hand with husband Prince Harry. The mum-to-be accessorised with some eye catching golden drop earrings for the unveiling of the Labalaba Statue event in Suva.
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Beautiful printed smock
Meghan embraced Fijian culture in all its colourful glory on Wednesday morning, wearing a bright printed ruffle dress by Figue.
Elegant in blue
Ending their first day in Fiji on Tuesday, the royal couple stepped out looking classy as ever for an evening Soiree held by the Fijian Prime Minister. Meghan wore a striking blue SAFiYAA ‘Ginkgo’ cape gown for the event. To royal fans delight, the stunning gown showed off Meghan’s growing baby bump. The mum-to-be looked as maternal as ever by cradling her tummy in a number of snaps.
Showing some thigh
Meghan and Harry spent a day at the exclusive Kingfisher Bay resort on Australia’s Fraser Island. They stepped out onto the jetty looking every bit the golden couple. Meghan flashed some skin with her chic eco-conscious Reformation sundress with a subtle thigh-high slit, which is made from sustainable materials including repurposed vintage fabrics. It’s already sold out.
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Pretty polka dots
Pretty woman indeed! Meghan looks radiant in a red polka dot dress by British label & Other Stories as she arrived in Queensland on Monday for a day on Fraser Island. Paired with some brown gladiator sandals designed by Sarah Flint and sunglasses, the Duchess looks ready for a summery day ahead.
After a late night at the Invictus Games opening ceremony, Duchess Meghan took a well deserved rest on Sunday morning. But she was back in action on Sunday afternoon looking stunning as ever in a L’Agence pinstripe blazer along with a long-sleeved turtleneck and black skinny jeans. She wore an Oroton sling bag to match.
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Meghan had a costume change following her visit to Bondi Beach on Friday, opting for a navy and light blue dress designed by London-based label Roksanda with a pleated skirt that hides her burgeoning bump. The style is called ‘Athena Dress’. Meghan paired the look with some nude heels.
Flats for the beach
The Duchess visited South Melbourne beach in a Club Monaco black dress on Thursday afternoon. She paired it with her trust Martin Grant trench coat, as well as a sensible pair of black flats.
Navy blue dress
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The ensemble with boots from US chain store J Crew were the perfect combo for their day in the countryside.
Green shirt dress
During an event at Admiralty House on Tuesday afternoon, Meghan wore this khaki green shirt dress by US designer Brandon Maxwell. The Duchess was also wearing a delicate pair of butterfly earrings that belonged to Princess Diana – a sweet tribute to her late mother-in-law.
The weather was beautifully sunny for the first day of their Australian tour, but we can’t blame the Duchess for covering up in this gorgeous camel overcoat – that wind was nippy!
Australian fans flocked to view the $1,800 ivory dress online, causing the designer’s website to crash. Karen spoke about the frenzy to the Daily Telegraph: “I am totally overwhelmed,” she said.
“There are obviously so many incredible designers in Australia and for her to love the brand and choose Karen Gee is an absolute honour.”
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