Meghan Markle is close to finishing her royal tour with Prince Harry, but she still has some wardrobe changes in store, and she is not afraid to wear old suits again!
The Duchess of Sussex, who is expecting the couple's first child, attended a reception hosted by the New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, at the Auckland War Museum, wearing a sleeveless navy (one of your favorite colors lately!) With an asymmetric hem by Antonio Berardi.
If the look seems familiar, that's because Meghan previously wore the piece while animating Harry in the Audi Polo Challenge in May 2017. The appearance was very important as it marked the first time the couple attended a public event together .
Although she finished off the dress with a white blazer and sunglasses for the polo match, Meghan made a completely different decision at Tuesday's reception. She kept things simple, complementing only beige pumps, hoops and a clutch.
Meanwhile, Harry matched a navy blue suit without a tie.
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Tuesday's reception included cultural performances and entertainment by members of the Pasifika community living in Auckland. The guests included predominantly young people aged 17 to 25 who are making significant contributions to the well-being of their communities and who represent the future of New Zealand.
The navy blue dress was actually the second real repair of the day for Meghan, 37. When the prospective royal parents joined Prime Minister Ardern in Auckland to visit Pillars, Meghan wore Bishop Burk Silk Bishop Sleeved Trench, who also wore a different polo party last year.
The reception gown also marked Meghan's third change of attire of the day. Before the visit to Pilares and a public walk, the newlyweds joined the local children and joined them to participate in a "well-filled" contest, which aims to launch a Wellington boot, which New Zealanders call "Wellies", as far as possible
Dressed for the wet weather, Meghan wore jeans with a black shirt, a navy blue jacket by Karen Walker and a pair of black waterproof boots "Reign" by Muck Boot. However, he quickly changed into a black rain jacket to compete in the game. She also kept her hair pulled back in a ponytail.
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The royal couple started their whirlwind 16-day tour of Down Under in Sydney, with several day trips to other parts of the country, and started the Invictus 2018 Games before spending a few days in Fiji and Tonga. They returned to Sydney for the end of the Invictus Games before heading to New Zealand to finish their tour.