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Duchess Meghan’s best fashion moments from the royal tour

That is one chic baby bump!

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry’s 16 day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t still poring through pictures of Meghan’s incredible royal tour outfits!

During their travels Harry and Meghan reportedly attended a whopping 76 engagements, so it goes without saying that there were a lot of outfit changes between functions.

Meghan supported a lot of Australian and Kiwi designers on tour (which we were delighted to see), and wore some seriously incredible outfits.

We’ve compiled a gallery of our favourite looks from Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

The Duchess wore this stunning white dress by Australian designer Karen Gee to Admiralty House on the first morning of the couple’s Australian tour. The frock itself is named the ‘Blessed’ dress – how fetching!

During an event at Admiralty House, Meghan wore this khaki green shirt dress by US designer Brandon Maxwell.

When the royals touched down in Dubbo, the pair looked every bit as country chic as we hoped. Meghan’s effortlessly stunning ensemble comprised of black jeans by Australian designer Outlander, paired with a white shirt from Maison Kitsune and a long tailored jacket from pal Serena Williams’ Collection.

The Dion Lee frock is named the ‘Folded Sail’ dress, and is a new collection piece from Pre-Fall 2019.

The Duchess stepped out in a Club Monaco black dress when she visited South Melbourne beach.

First they nailed country chic, then they won at beach chic! Meghan wore a striped Martin Grant maxi dress to Bondi Beach – complete with a colourful lei!

Meghan had a costume change following her visit to Bondi Beach, opting for a navy and light blue dress designed by London-based label Roksanda. The style is called ‘Athena Dress’. Meghan paired the look with some nude heels.

Stunning in a black Emilia Wickstead dress, Meghan looked the image of class as she and Harry attended a service to open an extended Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park.

Meghan and Harry traveled by boat to Cockatoo Island for the Invictus Games Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge. The Duchess looked effortlessly chic in a white Altuzarra blazer, an official Invictus Games shirt and black skinny jeans – not to mention those lush locks!

Duchess Meghan looked stunning in a L’Agence pinstripe blazer along with a long-sleeved turtleneck and black skinny jeans.

Meghan looked radiant in a Reformation striped maxi-dress with a daring split, along with gladiator sandals in Kingfisher Bay with Prince Harry.

Meghan made her grand entrance to Fiji in a stunning white dress designed by Australian label Zimmerman.

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.

Meghan embraced Fijian culture in all its colourful glory, wearing a bright printed ruffle dress by Figue.

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.

Meghan looked gorgeous in a bright red Self-Portrait dress as she disembarked from her flight from Fiji to Tonga.

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.

Arriving at the St George Government Building in Tonga, Meghan’s asymmetrical stripe dress by Australian designer Martin Grant was smart, yet comfortable for the pregnant royal.

The pregnant royal looked radiant in a bright shirt dress, named ‘Cara’.

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!

Meghan attended the wheelchair basketball finals during the Invictus Games wearing a gorgeous deep red Scanlan Theodore jacket and black skinny jeans.

Attending the Invictus Games closing ceremony, Meghan wore a stunning Antonio Berardi halter tuxedo dress.

Meghan stepped out in a maroon Hugo Boss dress for her departing flight from Sydney. She paired it with a pale pink Cuyana saddle bag and some stunning pearl drop earrings.

Meghan stepped off the plane in New Zealand last Sunday looking radiant in a printed trench coat by Kiwi designer Karen Walker. Underneath, the Duchess wore a simple black maternity dress by ASOS.

Meghan attended a reception to mark the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand on Sunday wearing a Gabriela Hearst navy gown. Interestingly, the dress originally had spaghetti straps, but it was modified with capped sleeves for the occasion.

Stepping out in Wellington on Monday morning, the royal couple looked cool and casual with Meghan in a Club Monaco trench coat.

The royals wrapped up for a visit to Abel Tasman National Park. Meghan wore a Seasalt jacket paired with her Jac + Jack roll-neck sweater and a teal scarf.

Meghan and Harry visited Courtenay Creative in Wellington on Monday evening where they celebrated the city’s vibrant arts culture with guests. The Duchess looked chic in a Maggie Marilyn tuxedo dress and navy Manolo Blahnik pumps.

A bit of rain wasn’t going to faze the radiant Duchess!

The Duchess hasn’t been shy of donning a camel trench on tour. Markle wore a Burberry coat and Brandon Maxwell midi-dress during a touching event for Pillars, a charity that supports children who have a parent in prison.

Leading ladies indeed – the event was also attended by Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern.

Talk about a way to make an entrance! Meghan looked gorgeous in a deep navy blue Antonio Berardi dress for an event at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Tuesday evening.

Maori custom was front-and-centre, with Meghan wearing a korowai and going barefoot during the formal engagement.

For the last day of their New Zealand tour, the couple visited Rotorua’s Te Papaiouru Marae. Meghan’s navy blue Stella McCartney dress looked effortless.

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