The Duchess closed out the marathon 16-day tour with a top and skirt by Givenchy and Manolo Blahnik pumps.
As the royal tour comes to an end, Meghan and Prince Harry spent their second last day in New Zealand greeting the crowds. Meghan wore a custom Brandon Maxwell dress, Burberry trench coat, Stuart Weitzman pumps and earrings by Boh Runga.
Meghan and Prince Harry arrive for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's reception at Auckland War Memorial Museum. For the occasion, Meghan chose to wear an Antonio Berardi dress and Stuart Weitzman pumps.
At the unveiling of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, Meghan wore a Karen Walker jacket, Lavender Hill t-shirt and a pair of rubber boots from The Original Muck Company to prepare for the muddy landscape.
For an outing to the Abel Tasman National Park, Meghan kept her look appropriately outdoorsy with black jeans from Outland Denim (a reoccurring favourite on the tour), Stella McCartney x Adidas sneakers and a rain jacket from Seasalt.
Meghan and Harry took a walk along Lyall Bay and visited Maranui Cafe in Wellington, New Zealand. Meghan kept it casual with a coat by Club Monaco, a pair of Outland jeans and Stuart Weitzman boots.
In one of her more playful looks to date, Meghan donned a white blazer dress by New Zealand designer Maggie Marilyn to meet with artists at Courtenay Creative in Wellington.
At a reception celebrating the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand, the Duchess wore a minimal, black midi-length dress by Gabriela Hearst.
Touching down in New Zealand, Meghan wore a checkered trench coat by local designer Karen Walker.
Her last look on the Australian leg of the royal tour called for a maroon-coloured dress by Hugo Boss.
Meghan returned to her style staples: a blazer dress (this time by Antonio Berardi) in her go-to shade of olive green.
Like the previous pair of jeans Meghan wore on the royal tour, this one’s by eco-conscious brand Outland. Meghan paired the jeans with a wrap top by Scanlan Theodore.
To present an award at the Australian Geographic Society, Meghan donned a stunning Oscar de la Renta dress with an asymmetrical bird motif. She paired the look with her go-to Aquazurra pumps.
Leaving the Nuku’alofa airport in Tonga, the Duchess wore a crisp blue dress by Veronica Beard
For a visit to look at Tongan crafts, Meghan opted for a striped Martin Grant shirtdress, paired with Birks earrings and a Prada clutch.
For a visit to the Consular House in Nuku'alofa, the capital of Tonga, for a reception with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau'u, Meghan wore a custom ivory Theia gown and Aquazzura heels. She accessorized the special occasion look with Birks diamond jewellery and a satin Givenchy clutch.
For a state dinner hosted by the president of Fiji, Meghan wore a cape dress by Safiyaa in a vivid blue shade.
For a morning tea reception at the British High Commissioner’s residence in Fiji, Meghan wore her most tropical look yet. She donned a floral Figue dress with ruffles and pom-pom details and Castañer black wedge espadrilles.
For the royal couple’s arrival at Nuku’alofa airport in Tonga, Meghan wore a red belted Self-Portrait dress and Manolo Blahnik pumps, and accessorized with a Dior clutch.
For a walk with Prince Harry along the Kingfisher Bay Jetty in Fraser Island, Australia, Meghan wore a striped linen dress from sustainable brand Reformation, Karen Walker sunglasses and Sarah Flint sandals.
Before heading off to Tonga, Meghan and Prince Harry attended the unveiling of a statue commemorating a British-Fijian war hero. For the occasion, Meghan wore a green Jason Wu crepe sheath dress and Manolo Blahnik pumps, and accessorized with a Dior clutch and jewellery by Pippa Small.
While in Suva, Fiji, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended an official welcome ceremony in the city centre's Albert Park. For the occasion, Meghan wore a Zimmermann dress, Stephen Jones fascinator, Kayu straw clutch and Tabitha Simmons pumps.
For the first event of the Invictus Games, the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge, Meghan and Prince Harry wore matching black Invictus Games button-up shirts. She added an Altuzarra blazer over top and wore black jeans from Mother Denim, Tabitha Simmons pumps and Illesteva Palm Beach sunglasses.
For a boat tour on Sydney Harbour looking out at the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Meghan and Prince Harry wore matching Invictus Games jackets. The Duchess of Sussex accessorized the sporty look with Veja sneakers, Adina Reyter earrings and Krewe sunglasses.
While attending a reception hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia at The Pavilion Restaurant, Meghan wore a chic black and white ensemble. She paired a black turtleneck and jeans with a white L'Agence pinstripe blazer, black Aquazzura pumps, Adina Reyter earrings and a black-and-white Oroton purse.
For the Invictus Games opening ceremony, Meghan opted for a colour we’ve seen on her often, a navy Stella McCartney cape dress. The look was completed with a Gillian Anderson for Winser London coat and Stuart Weiztman suede pumps.
For the official opening of the extension of the ANZAC War Memorial in Hyde Park, Meghan wore a custom dress from New Zealand-born, London-based designer Emilia Wickstead, a Philip Treacy fascinator, Tabitha Simmons pumps and a Givenchy clutch.
For a visit to Bondi Beach to meet with a local surfing community group, Meghan opted for a more relaxed attire in a Martin Grant maxi dress and Castañer espadrilles.
For a reception at Admiralty House, Meghan donned a dress by Brandon Maxwell along with Dior pumps and earrings and cuff that belonged to Princess Diana.
For their arrival in Dubbo, Australia, Meghan wore a casual, sporty look which included a blazer from the Serena Williams Collection, a Maison Kitsune shirt, Outland Denim jeans, J. Crew boots and a necklace by Australian designer Natalie Martin.
For a visit to South Melbourne Beach, Meghan changed into a black Club Monaco dress and her black Rothy’s flats, which she wore earlier in the tour. The duchess also had on her Martin Grant trench coat, which she not only had on earlier in the day, but also wore in Sydney a couple of days ago.
For a reception at Government House in Melbourne, Meghan opted for a navy dress by Australian designer Dion Lee, which she paired with matching Manolo suede heels.
For a visit to the Sydney Opera House, Meghan donned a simple white shift dress by Karen Gee, Stuart Weitzman pumps and a trench coat.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive at the Sydney International Airport for the start of their fall tour to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex seen wlaking holding baby bump whilst Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex during the ‘Walkabout’ on October 30, 2018 in Auckland, New Zealand.
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