These are the highlights of Meghan's fashion from her first real tour.

adminOctober 31, 2018

The first royal tour of the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex together has come to an end.

Harry and Meghan (and the baby's bulge) have spent 16 days visiting Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, and in touching speeches, greeting those who wish, eating roasted kangaroos and hanging out with koalas, Meghan, of course. , he has done everything in some style

Here are some of your best travel looks …

She dazzled regularly in white.

The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex on the balcony of the Grand Pacific Hotel, in Suva, Fiji (PA)

Meghan really knows how to dress in white. The tour began with a simple white dress by Australian designer Karen Gee (bottom right), before continuing with a white pearl dress padded sleeve of another Australian brand, Zimmermann, for the appearance of her and Harry on the balcony of the Grand Pacific. Hotel in Fiji.

The most elegant of all, however, was a long Theia dress, with short sleeves and silver embroidered details (bottom left).

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Consular House in Tonga (left) and Admiralty House in Sydney (right) (PA)

I had an exceptional coat set, as expected

The Duchess of Sussex greets the children during a visit to Albert Park Elementary School in Melbourne (PA)

Meghan is the queen of elegant and sober coats, and proves it with a beige raincoat Martin Grant (who was seen using it several times on the trip), a very elegant checkered trenchcoat Karen Walker that is knotted at the waist and a gray jacket with rolled cuffs, from the collection of his friend Serena Williams.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Government House in Wellington, NZ (left) and arriving at Dubbo Airport, Australia (right) (PA)

That Oscar De La Renta dress was a showstopper …

The Duchess of Sussex at the Australian Geographic Society Awards in Sydney (PA)

There were not too many dresses required on this tour of the South Pacific, but Meghan did it when she had the opportunity with this rented number from Oscar del Renta. Rounded and superimposed with a motif of birds in flight, she looked positively princess.

She trusted, of course, in her favorite block colors.

The Duchess of Sussex at the opening of a statue commemorating Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba in Fiji (PA)

Perhaps our favorite outfit of the tour, while in Fiji, Meghan wore a very structured dark turquoise Jason Wu sleeved dress with Manolo Blahnik sandals and bold gold jewelry. It was an adequate dressing.

The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to Tupou College in Tonga (left) and the Duke and Duchess arriving at the Fua'amotu airport, Tonga (right) (PA)

Meghan also dazzled with sparkles, thanks to a light blue dress by Veronica Beard, and a midi dress with pleats and crimson folds of Self-Portrait.

There were also more muted tones; she wore a khaki shirt dress by Brandon Maxwell with a very pleated skirt and a dress by Emilia Wickstead with buttons made to measure in black, which she combined with a black fascinator by Philip Treacy.

The Duchess of Sussex at a reception hosted by the Governor General at Admiralty House in Sydney (left), and the Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park, Sydney (right) (PA)

Ruffles made an appearance

The Duchess of Sussex at a morning tea at the Residence of the British High Commissioner in Suva, Fiji (right), and the wheelchair basketball final Invictus Games 2018 (right) (PA)

Usually, Meghan likes clean lines, but she had a bit of success with the ruffles during the tour, first of all with this Figue floral long sleeve silky dress (with funny pompoms details) and, in second Instead, this wrap-around jacket from Australian designer Scanlan Theodore, which has a delicate embellishment.

She was all in stripes

The Duchess of Sussex at a display of handicrafts, mats and cover fabrics from Tonga at the Fa'onelua Convention Center (PA)

Meghan definitely seems to be a fan of Martin Grant's designs, particularly those related to khaki and stripes, hence her maxi dress for the beach and the set of long sleeves and full skirts above. The latter looked quite surprising when overlaid with Tongan crafts.

For a more relaxed look, she opted for a Reformation dress, and with her Karen Walker sunglasses and some amazing Sarah Flint gladiator sandals.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex walk along Kingfisher Bay Jetty on Fraser Island (left), Meghan on Bondi Beach in Sydney (right) (PA)

And there was the strange fashion of false step …

Sand in the shoes of the Duchess of Sussex while walking through South Melbourne Beach (PA)

Well, if you can count on putting sand in your pumps on the beach as a false step, and leave your label on …

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