Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have officially completed their first royal tour together. Meghan Markle packed over 30 different looks for their 76 engagements abroad, but not without some help. The Duchess of Sussex reportedly asked her BFF and stylist Jessica Mulroney to accompany her on the trip, no doubt to help curate and approve outfits for every day of the tour (Meghan and Prince Harry traveled with a 10-person staff).
In addition, ever since Meghan announced her pregnancy, she's had more to consider when choosing her ensemble than just the day's activities. Comfort was key as she spent all day on her feet at some points, which is perhaps why she made a quick change from heels to flats while visiting the Taronga Zoo Sydney. Meghan's style has already proved to be quite different from Kate Middleton's in that she prefers modern, sleek designs often in neutral tones such as navy or beige. Her royal tour outfits reflected her contemporary tastes and we tracked every look while shopping out our favorite piece each day.
On the final day of the royal tour, Meghan and Prince Harry slipped into more relaxed looks. While Prince Harry wore a button-down and trousers, Meghan bundled up in her Givenchy sweater and Norrøna puffer jacket. She re-wore her Mother jeans with a pair of Birdies slippers.
Birdies black slippers, $120
Meghan went for the full monochrome look in blue while participating in a walkabout in Rotorua, New Zealand. If you already own a similar sweater, get a matching pleated blue skirt to channel the Duchess of Sussex's outfit. We found one from Maison Margiela ahead.
Maison Margiela pleated skirt, $1,995
Prince Harry and Meghan wore traditional Maori cloaks called Korowai during a visit to Te Papaiouru, Ohinemutu, in Rotorua, New Zealand. If you love Meghan's taste in navy, shop a similar dress to her Stella McCartney, ahead.
J.Crew résumé dress, $188
Meghan and Prince Harry greeted fans in Auckland while on their way to a Pillars charity event. She wore an all-neutral ensemble and cradled her baby bump. While Meghan's classic Burberry trench coat is sold out, we found a similar style from the brand.
Burberry trench coat, $2,090
For a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum, the Duchess of Sussex re-wore an Antonio Berardi dress with beige Aquazzura pumps.
Aquazzura bow pumps, $650
Meghan and Harry arrived in Auckland to unveil a plaque that dedicates a 20 hectare area of bush to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. The Duchess of Sussex packed plenty of jeans for her daytime activities. Here she was spotted wearing a comfy pair from J.Crew, which are only $75!
J.Crew toothpick jean, $75
On Oct. 29, Prince Harry and Meghan met models wearing the work of industry leading artists in film, sculpture and costume design during a visit to Courtney Creative in Wellington, New Zealand. For the occasion, Meghan wore a custom white blazer dress by Maggie Marilyn, Manolo Blahnik pumps, and her diamond necklace by Jessica McCormack. The blazer design is 100 percent cotton and is ethically made in New Zealand.
Pretty Little Thing white blazer dress, $42
Prince Harry and Meghan dressed down for a visit to the Abel Tasman National Park. The Duchess of Sussex opted for a pair of black jeans from Outland Denim, Stella McCartney x Adidas faux leather sneakers, and a navy rain jacket by Seasalt.
Stella McCartney vegan Stan Smith sneakers, $325
While in New Zealand, Prince Harry and Meghan stopped by the Government House in Wellington for a reception. She wore a custom silk wool dress by Gabriela Hearst and accessorized with a Birks diamond earrings, as well as a Simon James necklace in collaboration with Jessica McCormack. We found a similar black gown, should you need one for fancy events.
Peter Pilotto velvet dress, $595
While meeting with young people in the mental health sector at the Wellington Cafe in New Zealand, Meghan wore an all-black outfit consisting of a black turtleneck, black jeans, and Stuart Weitzman lace-up boots. She covered up in a Club Monaco trench, which is currently sold out.
Stuart Weitzman lace-up boots, $698
Meghan and Harry arrived in New Zealand this weekend for the final leg of their royal tour. Once in Wellington, Harry and Meghan had a very full schedule, complete with meetings with the public and a visit to Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. Meghan paired a plaid Karen Walker Banks trench (which retails for $750) with a very affordable ASOS maternity dress that costs just $60.
ASOS Wiggle maternity dress, $60
The royal couple departed Sydney Airport for New Zealand on Oct. 28. For her airport outfit, Meghan wore her Aquazzura buckle pumps and a dress by Boss. She carried a Cuyana mini saddle bag.
Cuyana mini saddle bag, $225
The Duchess of Sussex gave a speech during the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney. She wore an olive green Antonio Berardi dress and a pair of beige Aquazzura buckle pumps. While her exact color is sold out, we did find a version in red.
Aquazzura Casablanca pumps, $750
For Meghan and Harry’s last day in Australia, the duo attended the Invictus Games wheelchair basketball finals at the Quay Centre. The Duchess of Sussex wore her Sarah Flint heels, a Theodore Scanlan knitted top, and black jeans from Canadian brand Outland Denim. If you're looking for a pair of bottoms that matches everything, we found Meghan's exact denim.
Outland Denim black jeans, $179
The couple arrived at the Australian Geographic Society Awards to present awards at the Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney. Prince Harry wore a navy suit, and Meghan stunned in a pre-fall 2018 Oscar de la Renta dress. The tulle creation was covered in bird motifs and even resembled this Harry Potter character's wedding dress. She wore a pair of black Aquazzura pumps and a Birks ring.
Birks stackable ring, $2,995