Since becoming a member of the royal family in May, it is known that Meghan Markle designed her brown braids in loose waves and the occasional messy bun.
However, Meghan opted for a ponytail for her first day in Dubbo and her second day and Prince Harry's big tour through Australia.
The first Costumes the actress, 37, designed the low ponytail with a Maison Kitsune top, Outland jeans, J.Crew boots and a gray blazer from her best friend and the collection of tennis star Serena William.
This is not the first time that Meghan supports the style and sports efforts of Williams best friend. In July, Meghan and her sister-in-law Kate Middleton had their first solo outing together in the Ladies Singles Final at the Wimbledon Championships. Throughout the event, Meghan could be seen cheering on Williams, who lost to Germany's Angelique Kerber.
It is not the first time that Meghan has a ponytail.
For her nephew Prince Louis baptized last summer, Meghan wore an olive green Ralph Lauren dress, which showed a neck and had her hair in a ponytail to show her hat of Stephen Jones.
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After his warm welcome in Dubbo, in which Harry was greeted by a boy in love, Meghan and Harry met with a family of local fourth-generation cattle and sheep farms to hear their experiences with the drought.
While learning from farmers Scott and Elaine Woodley and their 23-year-old daughter Laura, Meghan and Harry also had the opportunity to feed the cattle, which consisted of throwing a mixture of grains into piles of hay.
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Then, the royal couple visited Victoria Park for a picnic to celebrate the spirit of community within the region.
Once there, Meghan and Harry were met with an unexpected rain, what Harry joked was a "gift" during his speech, as the Dubbo community has been affected by the drought for the past two years.
Also in his speech, Harry praised the people of Dubbo for being "honest, hardworking and as hard as they come, and that resistance, sense of humor and commitment to the land are the qualities that make it unique."
While the rain was a welcome surprise, Harry went on to say that "it's going to take a lot longer and a lot of time to recover" from the water shortage.
He also spoke about the increase in suicides of male farmers as a result of the drought. "But what you need to know, part of being strong and hard is having the courage to ask for help when you need it. You should not suffer in silence.
Harry previously talked about his own mental health battles as he fought after the death of his mother, Princess Diana.
"They're all in this together and, if I can say, personally, we're all in this together. Because asking for help was one of the best decisions I've made. "
Meghan and Harry will spend 16 days touring Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
The tour "will focus on youth leadership and the projects young people undertake to address the social, economic and environmental challenges of the region," the palace said in a statement. Harry "is particularly interested in highlighting these youth-led initiatives in his new role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, and in highlighting the work and aspirations of youth across the Commonwealth."