Meghan Markle’s glamorous fashion looks during the royal tour.

Besides being excited about the fact that the Duchess and Duke of Sussex are expecting their first child, due in Spring 2019, people all over the world loved Meghan Markle’s royal tour outfits.

Duchess and Duke of Sussex are on a 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, here are the best outfits from Meghan Markle’s royal tour.

Day 1, 16th October – Outfit 1: For the first day of her royal tour of Australia with husband Prince Harry. Stepping out in Sydney, Meghan wore a pair of stunning gold butterfly earrings to complement her form-fitting ivory shift dress (appropriately dubbed the ‘Blessed’ dress) by Sydney-based designer Karen Gee and nude-coloured suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Legend’ pumps.

Meghan .gettyimages

Day 3, 18th October – Outfit 1: In Melbourne for a reception at Government House, the expectant mother wore a navy blue Dion Lee dress, called the ‘folded sail dress’.  The Duchess paired the sleek dress with navy Manolo Blahnik BB pumps and a gold cuff bracelet by Shaun Lane.

Meghan wore a navy blue Dion Lee dress

Day 4, 19th October – Outfit 1: For her first engagement of day four of the royal tour, Meghan Markle wore a delightful striped dress to Bondi Beach.

Meghan Markle wore a delightful striped dress to Bondi Beach.

Day 5, 20th October – Outfit 1: For the opening of the ANZAC memorial, Meghan stunned in an elegant black Emilia Wickstead dress featuring white buttons. She accessorised the look with a black Philip Treacy hat and a matching clutch bag. Meanwhile, she styled her hair in her newly-adopted half up do in loos waves.

Day 8, 23rd October – Outfit 2: Stepping out for a black tie dinner at the Grand Pacific Hotel on Tuesday night, Meghan opted for the Ginkgo cape dress by London-based brand Safiyaa.

Meghan opted for the Ginkgo cape dress by London-based brand Safiyaa.

October 25, 2018 – Outfit 2: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry landed in Tonga for the third leg of their first official tour ‘Down Under’. Meghan changed into a red long-sleeved dress by Self Portrait for the occasion, which featured an embroidered floral embellishment. She added a pair of black heels and a black clutch bag to complement her look.

Meghan wearing a red long-sleeved dress by Self Portrait. gettyimages

25th October – Outfit 1: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry touched down in Nadi, Western Fiji, where they were greeted with a welcome ceremony at the airport.

Dressed in a forest green shift dress by Canadian fashion designer Jason Wu, the mother-to-be accessorised her look with black suede Manolo Blank BB pumps and a pair of statement gold drop earrings.

Meghan Markle dressed in a forest green shift dress by Canadian fashion designer Jason Wu

26th October – Outfit 3: Stepping out for the Australian Geographic Society Awards with Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex looked like a real-life princess in an Oscar de la Renta Pre-Fall 2018 ‘Scribble’ dress.

The gown features a cropped tulle skirt and a sheer lace neckline with black bonded looped ribbon laser-cut birds. She paired the look with a pair of Tabitha Simmons ‘Millie’ slingback heels.

Meghan wearing an Oscar de la Renta Pre-Fall 2018 ‘Scribble’ dress.

26th October – Outfit 1: With events in both Tonga and Australia, Meghan Markle opted for a cotton green and white striped dress from Martin Grant’s SS19 resort collection.

She teamed the look with suede green heels and a Prada nude-coloured clutch bag while arriving at Tonga’s St George Building to meet with Prime Minister S. Akilisi Pohiva and members of the cabinet.

Meghan Markle wearing Martin Grant striped cotton dress, £1,062

28th October – Outfit 3: For their final engagement of the day, Markle wore a blue Gabriela Hearst dress, with modified straps accompanied by a pretty black Dior pouch and pumps.

Markle wore a Gabriela Hearst Herve dress with modified straps, £1,942

28th October Outfit 1: Keeping her hair down, Meghan Markle wore Aquazzura pumps with a Cuyana Mini Chain Saddle Bag and a Hugo Boss maroon dress while flying out of Sydney Airport, Australia for New Zealand.

Meghan Markle wearing Hugo Boss Eordora maroon dress, £249

29th October: The Duke and Duchess attended a Halloween-themed event at Courtenay Creative, an event that celebrates Wellington’s thriving arts scene.

With her hair in her classic messy bun, she wore a white suit dress by Maggie Marilyn with a Winser London coat over her shoulders and blue suede pumps.

Meghan Markle wearing Maggie Marilyn Leap of Faith cotton-twill mini dress, £455

– elle

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