Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll have heard that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently in Australia on their first international royal tour. Not only that, but they've also announced Meghan is pregnant with their first child. With them being on our home soil, and Meghan just starting to develop her maternity style, you can understand why we're holding our breath to see every outfit she's wearing while here.
Meghan Markle wore a pink wrap dress by Figue and her favourite espadrilles for meetings in Fiji on day 9 of the royal tour. This is one look set to be in saved folders everywhere, as it serves as the perfect wedding guest outfit for spring and summer.
On Meghan Markle: Zimmermann dress, Stephen Jones fascinator, Kayu clutch, Aquazurra Deneuve pumps ($1116)
Meghan stepped off the plane in Fiji on Day 8 of the royal tour wearing a white dress by Australian designer Zimmermann.
Meghan has arrived at Fraser Island and is expected to take the day off to rest while Harry fulfills his royal tour duties. She stepped off the boat wearing a breezy burgundy shirt dress by And Other Stories and her favourite thong sandals by Sarah Flint.
Meghan and Harry watched the Invictus Games sailing finals on board a boat in Sydney Harbour. Although Meghan was decked out in official Games merchandise (all supplied by sportswear brand Superdry), she opted for white sneakers by cult French brand Veja to complement her look.
For day 4 of Meghan and Harry's Australian royal tour, the duo spent the morning at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Meghan looked every bit the Bondi girl in a Martin Grant striped maxi dress and espadrille wedge heels.
To visit a school in Melbourne, catch a tram and visit a beach (you know, just your average Melbournian day), Meghan changed into a streamline black dress by Club Monaco and chic ballet flats made by sustainable brand Rothy's.
On Meghan Markle: Dion Lee Folded Sail Dress ($1290), Manolo Blahnik BB Pumps ($980)
On day 3 of Meghan and Harry's royal tour Down Under, the couple are visiting Melbourne. Following the classic rule of Melbourne style—the darker the better—the Duchess has opted for a navy sleeveless dress and dark stiletto pumps, accessorised with a Gucci bag. Her dress is by Australian designer Dion Lee, who confirmed the dress was custom-made for the Duchess. It will be in store from January and available for pre-order later today, although the website has crashed for now (surprise, surprise!)
Meghan touched down in rural NSW town Dubbo in a more casual look than the previous day; a blazer, shirt and jeans. She chose two Australian brands for the latest looks: sustainable Australian brand Outland Denim, and Natalie Marie earrings. This is definitely one of Meghan's more relatable outfits—one set to be copied the world over.
Meghan debuted her baby bump in a white column dress, by Sydney-based ethical label Karen Gee. She paired the look with nude suede pumps, a chunky bangle, butterfly earrings passed down from Princess Diana, and later in the day added a beige trench to brave the weather.