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Here's A Round-Up Of All The Outfits Meghan Markle Wore On Tour

The one thing we have loved about Harry and Meghan's royal tour, aside from all of their cute meetings with children, is seeing what the Duchess was wearing.

Meghan wowed us with her fashion choices and wore plenty of statement pieces, like her dress from the Australian Geographic Society gala and her budget ASOS maternity dress.

Just because we're not quite over having a peek at the pregnant royals' wardrobe we thought we'd have a look back at some of our favourite outfits.

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Visiting Admiralty House in Sydney

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On the first day of the tour, and the day the couple announced that Meghan was pregnant, the Duchess wore a dress by Australian designer Karen Gee, which was appropriately called 'Blessed' and nude Stuart Weitzman pumps, as well as jewellery belonging to the late Princess Diana.

Evening Reception at Admiralty House

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After a change for an evening reception, Meghan wore a pleated skirt shirt-dress from designer Brandon Maxwell's latest collection, which would cost £1728 to buy in the UK. She also paired the dress with a pair of nude Tamara Melon pumps.

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Visit to Dubbo

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Meghan kept it a lot more casual for her visit to Dubbo with a Maison Kitsuné blouse, Outland Denim jeans, J.Crew boots, and a blazer from Serena Williams' brand.

Arriving in Melbourne

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We don't know how she stays so glam while travelling as Meghan looked incredible for her arrival in Melbourne. She wore an asymmetric-hem Dion Lee dress with matching navy Manolo Blahnik pumps.

Bondi Beach

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For her visit to Bondi Beach, Meghan went for a much more casual look, and we could see ourselves wearing the Martin Grant maxi she chose on our next summer holidays.

During her time at the beach she chatted to fellow yogis and a local surfing group while also wearing Castañer wedged espadrilles.

Opening the Sydney ANZAC Memorial

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On the fifth day of their tour, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex helped open Sydney's Anzac Memorial, which is a tribute to fallen Australian and New Zealand soldiers.

Meghan opted for an elegant Emilia Wickstead dress that she had custom-made in black and a black Philip Treacy fascinator.

Visiting Fraser Island

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Meghan went back to stripes to her visit to Fraser Island and she looked amazing. The couple met with locals, Meghan spoke to Noeline Walk, 85, Fraser Island's oldest and longest-living resident at 45 years. Mrs Walk said: "She asked me since I was local what i would suggest she have for tea. She added: "'Seafood, of course!' I told her. 'Oh, I'll have to give it a try', she said."

For the visit, the duchess wore a dress from eco-friendly brand Reformation and Sarah Flint sandals.

Arriving in Fiji

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For the couple's arrival in Fiji, the second leg of their royal tour, Meghan wore a Zimmermann dress, Tabitha Simmons heels, Stephen Jones fascinator, and Kayu clutch.

Visiting the University of the South Pacific

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During her visit to the University of the South Pacific, Meghan opted for one of her most colourful outfits of the tour yet.

The Duchess wore a long-sleeve printed dress by Figue, espadrille wedges by Castañer that we saw earlier on the tour, and a clutch given to her by local artists.

Departing from Fiji

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Now I don't know about you but my airport outfit usually includes comfy pants and trainers but the Duchess of Sussex manages to stay very glam.

Arriving in Tonga

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Now lets just forget the little label still in the dress slip up- we've all been there. Meghan touched down in Tonga wearing a stunning Self Portrait dress in red to mimic the kingdom's flag.

Attending a reception with the King of Tonga

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This look took us right back to the Royal Wedding- how amazing do they both look?

For the reception, Meghan wore a custom gown by Theia as well as wearing Princess Diana's aquamarine cocktail ring Prince Harry gave his wife as a wedding gift.

Visiting the Tongan Prime Minister

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We're going to declare that Meghan is a huge fan of stripes, just like us. To visit the Tongan Prime Minister she opted for a striped dress with a ribbon belt by Martin Grant and the expectant royal looked incredible.

Attending the Australian Geographic Society Awards

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We still can't get over this ballgown to be honest. While giving out awards alongside her husband Prince Harry at the gala, Meghan wore a stunning one-off designer gown.

The Oscar de la Renta dress had a cropped tulle skirt and sheer lace neckline. It was finished with embellishments by Parisian designer, Sarah Esmoingt in a gorgeous ombré bird design.

Attending Invictus Games Closing Ceremonies

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The Duchess of Sussex closed the Invictus Games in chic simplicity with an olive green Antonio Berardi tuxedo dress and a pair of Aquazzura heels.

Arriving in New Zealand

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For her arrival in New Zealand Meghan proved how we can all relate to her by wearing a black maternity dress that costs just £38 from ASOS.

She also paired it with a trench coat from designer Karen Walker.

Celebrating the creative arts in New Zealand

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For a costume party at Courtenay Creative in Wellington to meet with leading artists in film, sculpture and costume design Meghan wore a modified, sleeveless version of Maggie Marilyn's Leap of Faith dress, along with her favourite Manolo Blahnik pumps.

Attending the Auckland War Memorial Museum

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As if we needed anymore confirmation that Meghan loves the button up style she steps out in this dress. Meghan re-wore an Antonio Berardi dress from May 2017 with Aquazzura heels.

After this royal tour we can't wait to see how Meghan's style adapts to her growing baby bump.

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Topics: Stylish, Style News, Celebrity News, Fashion, Celebrity Entertainment, Meghan Markle

Bethany Gleave

Bethany Gleave is a Freelance Journalist at PRETTY52 and joined the team in 2018. She is a Multimedia Journalism graduate from the University of Salford, and started her career at a national press agency, writing breaking and trending news for the national newspapers.

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