Meghan Markle is certainly living up to the old wives’ tale on the royal tour. The Duchess of Sussex has showcased a string of stylish outfits over the course of their first week Down Under, changing from beach wear to city chic to ballgown and diamonds. And, to the delight of royal fans, her baby bump can be seen underneath her outfits, making them all the more exciting to marvel over.
Markle started off her tour in Sydney, wearing a dress by Australian designer Karen Gee and nude Stuart Weitzman pumps.
In the evening, Markle attended a reception hosted by the Governor-General of Australia, wearing a pleated-skirt shirtdress from Brandon Maxwell‘s latest collection and Tamara Mellon heels.
On the second day of the tour, she donned a more casual outfit for the day’s activities: a Maison Kitsuné blouse, Outland Denim jeans, J.Crew boots, and a blazer from her friend Serena Williams‘ eponymous brand.
Meghan wears a blue Dion Lee dress to visit Melbourne
Meghan wears a striped Martin Grant maxi dress to Bondi Beach
Then switches to a two-toned Roksanda Athena dress for a school visit
For the occasion, Markle stepped out in an elegant Emilia Wicksteaddress that she had custom-made in black and paired with a black Philip Treacy fascinator.
Later, Meghan changed into a more casual outfit to attend the Invictus Games.
After taking Sunday off to relax, Megan was seen sporting a L’Agence white pinstriped linen -and-cotton blazer over a black turtleneck and black Outland jeans.
Meghan arrived in a casual Reformation dress. She accessorised the look with Karen Walker sunglasses and flat Sarah Flint sandals.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Fiji for the second leg of their royal tour. Markle landed wearing a Zimmermann dress, Tabitha Simmons heels, Stephen Jones fascinator, and Kayu clutch.
Markle and Prince Harry attended a State Dinner hosted by the president of Fiji. She picked a caped gown by Safiyaa.
For their second day in Fiji, Meghan kept things summery in a pretty printed wrap dress by Figue. The dress featured pom-poms and seashells on the skirt with a ruffled hem.
As they prepared to leave Fiji for the next leg of their trip in Tonga, Meghan wore a green sheath dress from Jason Wu. She teamed the dress with her navy suede Manolo Blahnik BB pumps.
The third leg of the Royal Tour sees the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Tonga. Meghan made a bold statement as they arrived in Tonga, opting for a red Self Portrait dress. She kept her Manolos on and teamed the look with a smart Dior clutch bag.
Meghan gave off all sorts of bridal vibes as she and Harry attended their official welcome at Consular House in Tonga on day eleven of their royal tour. The beaded silk satin gown was by Theia.
Markle kicked off the following day of her tour in a striped dress with a ribbon belt by Martin Grant.
Meghan oozed comfortable chic during the couple’s last engagement in Tonga, wearing a Veronica Beard shirt dress for her plane ride from Tonga to Sydney.
Meghan and Harry return to Sydney
She absolutely stole the show with her best look of the entire tour so far – an Oscar De La Renta gown.
Meghan Markle sat courtside at the Invictus Games on Saturday, showing her respect for players. She was seen in a Scanlan Theodore wrap jacket and paired the red blouse with what seems to be a pair of black Outland jeans and Sarah Flint heels.
Bringing the Games to a close, Meghan wore a bespoke Antonio Berardi dress, a Cuyana mini chain saddle bag and Aquazzura Casablanca peach suede pumps,
As she boarded the plane with Prince Harry to head to New Zealand, Meghan stepped out in a Hugo Boss dress. She recycled the Cuyanamini chain saddle bag, costing and Aquazzura Casablanca peach suede pumps, costing, she was wearing the night before.
Markle touched down in New Zealand wearing a new look: A plaid trench coat by Karen Walker with Sarah Flint pumps. Underneath, she wore a black midi maternity dress by ASOS.
Meghan’s final outfit of the day was a navy Gabriela Hearst dress, with added cap sleeves
The Duchess wore a Club Monaco Ellayne Trench coat in seaweed green, a black pair of Outland jeans, a Jac and Jack black turtleneck and some lace-up Stuart Weitzman boots.
Judging by her royal tour wardrobe, the tuxedo dress is battling bateau necklines for Markle’s signature look. She wore another buttoned-up style this one by Maggie Marilyn for a party at Courtenay Creative.