Meghan Markle's Best Maternity Moments: What Did She Wear?
By Abbi Lewis & Liam Solomon. Thursday 27th June, 2019.
Now little Archie is born, we wanted to take a look back at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's journey over the last twelve months.
We will give you a comphrensive guide to what Meghan has chosen to wear during her pregnancy, give you the complete collection of 77 maternity outfits she wore. We will also be going through the brands the american actress wore and which outfits out of the 77 did the public like the most.
We will also dive into her lavish spending in the run up to the birth of the royal baby which in total added up to an incredible $1 million dollars.
Meghan's Top 5 Maternity Looks According to Social Media
1. Silk Givenchy gownThe suits actress stunned audiences in December with a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards. Meghan clutched her baby bump whilst looking flawless in a one-shoulder Givenchy dress. It's no wonder fans chose this as their number one maternity look for Meghan. 10 December, 2018.
3. Jason Wu crepe shift dressThis was a chic outfit Meghan wore in the early stages of pregnancy, the Duchess showed off her elegance in this dress styled by Canadian designer, Jason Wu. October 25, 2018.
4. Golden Dior gownA flowing gown fit for a Princess. The Dior dress with matching clutch is the fourth most liked maternity outfit of Meghan's, according to fans. The Duchess of Sussex wore the dress to a state dinner in Morocco on February 24th.
And looks that didn't impress...
Givenchy sweater-skirt combo
Meghan has worn 7 Givenchy outfits during her pregnancy. However, the sweater-skirt combo she wore in October turned out to be her most unloved maternity outfit to date. The internet was quick to point out Meghan's small wardrobe malfunction, as parts of the outfit had see through elements. October 31, 2018
The 'Meghan Markle Maternity Effect'
The 'Meghan Effect' has changed the fortune of many brands in recent years, creating huge interest in relatively unknown designers and boosting sales in the process. By looking into trends and search volume from millions of consumers, we've taken a peak at which outfits caught the 'Meghan Maternity Effect' over the past 8 months.
Veja V-10 Sneakers +300% in searches
Meghan wore these sustainable sneakers on a boat trip with Harry in October. This was the first time she was photographed wearing sneakers since her wedding. The V-10 shoes, which cost an affordable £115, sparked mass hysteria with shoppers online. Searches for 'Veja sneakers' went up by +300% overnight. October 21, 2018.
Karen Gee shift dress +5,800% in searches
An Australian designer's life was changed overnight when Meghan wore the couturier's white dress. Searches for ‘Karen Gee dress’ went up by an astonishing +5,800% in October, crashing the brand's website. The hysteria around the garment was unsurprising, as Meghan purposely wore the aptly named 'Blessed' dress right after the baby news was announced. October 16, 2018.
H&M 'Mama' fine-knit dress sells out in 24 hours
Entering her third trimester, Meghan visited one of her patronages in a cream H&M maternity frock. The ultra affordable dress cost only £25 and, unsurprisingly, sold out in under 24 hours. Searches for 'H&M maternity' shot up by 179% overnight. In high demand, the dress soon popped up on ebay for as much as 6 times the retail price (£150). January 16, 2019.
Outland Denim sales balloon by +2,300%
The Australian brand had its very own cinderella moment when Meghan wore their jeans six times in the space of a month. The ethical brand, which employs seemstresses living in poverty, is said to have its fate turned around by the 'Meghan Maternity Effect'. Not only did sales at the company increase by +2,300%, according to Vanity Fair, but searches for the brand also shot up an extraordinary amount (+3,900%).
The undesired effect...
Victoria Beckham double breasted coat
The £2,250 coat that Meghan wore on Christmas Day was one of the few pregnancy outfits that failed to sell out online. Searches for 'Victoria Beckham coat' actually fell by 33% in the month after Meghan sported the designer.
Meghan's Most Worn Colours & Designers
Two Royal Tours, a baby shower and a host of lavish engagements. Which maternity colours did Meghan wear the most and who were her favourite designers?
Blue has been Meghan's colour of choice since September. As news breaks that she has had a baby boy, we wonder if Meghan has been telegraphing the well kept secret in her colour choices. Especially seeing that the Duchess wore pink only once in the last 9 months.
Meghan would regularly recycle a good pair of pumps during her pregnancy, it's no wonder 3 of her top 5 designers were shoe brands. (Aquazurra, Sarah Flint and Stuart Weitzman).
The actress also stayed loyal to her wedding dress designer Claire Waight Keller, opting for 7 Givenchy outfits in 8 months. The looks together notching up over 1 million likes online. Meghan's most affordable designer from the list, Outland Denim, sells jeans from £150, perfect for shoppers wanting to style themselves like the Royal.
Million dollar baby
(Meghan's pregnancy cost over $1 million)
Baby Shower: $200,000
The A-lister's New York baby shower included trips to fancy restaurants like Ralph Lauren's owned Polo Bar, party favours and expensive accommodation.
Meghan hired out 5 nights at The Mark Hotel including 2 nights in the penthouse suite ($159,982) in which pal and Baby Shower organiser Serena Williams footed the bill for.
Costs also include Meghan's royal protection officers which accompanied her throughout the 6-day trip ($14,000), hiring harpist Erin Hill ($625), 17 carry-on cases for the trip ($3,825), floral arrangements ($400) and a cotton candy machine ($200).
To name just a few.
This brought the total for the trip to $200,000.
Private Jet: $125,000
Jetting off in style, Meghan took the round trip to her baby shower in New York on a chartered private jet.
The Baby Shower trip back in February reportedly cost a whopping $125,000.
'Babymoon' 5* Spa & Resort: $42,000
At the beginning of April Harry and Meghan spent 3 days away from the press and the modern day stresses that comes with having your first baby, on a luxury spa trip.
On their 'Babymoon' the couple enjoyed the luxury surroundings of Heckfield Palace in Hampshire (UK).
The 5 star resort can cost up to $13,000 a night for a room. Rooms were made available for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and 3 of their protection officers.
Private hospital birth: $19,000
Choosing to keep the birth a private affair, Meghan opted for the extravagant Portland Hospital in London.
The American-run maternity ward was the number one choice for many VIP mums including Victoria beckham and Liz Hurley.
The basic birthing package at the private hospital is said to cost $19,000.
Eco-friendly nursery: $65,000
Preparing for the arrival of little Archie, Meghan and Harry renovated their home at Frogmore Cottage, fitting in an eco-friendly nursery.
Installing new heating, water and electricity alongside a new green energy unit pushed up the costs of the redesign.
Add on the services of renowned interior designer Vicky Charles, and the bill came to a hefty $65,000.
Maternity wardrobe: $637,000
Meghan's maternity wardrobe is officially 7 times more expensive than Kate's.
Added up, it comes to an eye watering $637,950, that's $8,285 per outfit (granted 1/3 of this is down to expensive jewellery).
The Duchess of Sussex has worn dresses from as little as $30 to as much as $13,000.
We take a look at some outfits at both ends of the spectrum.
Most expensive look
Bespoke Oscar de la Renta dress - Total Cost £10,490 (exc jewellery)Meghan dazzled in monochrome when she attended the Geographic Society Awards in October. However, a princess outfit comes with a royal price tag. The Daily Mail reported Meghan Markle's black bird dress cost a staggering £10,000. The Duchess paired the dress with a pair of £490 black bow heels by Aquazzura (which feel like a bargain in comparrison). October 26, 2019.
Most affordable look
& Other Stories polka dress - Total Cost £447 (exc jewellery)If you wanted to snap up Meghan's most affordable outfit, you would only have to pay £79 for the dress (which is currently sold out), £179 for the Karen Walker sunnies and £189 for her Sarah Flint sandals. October 22, 2018.
Cheapest Maternity item
H&M 'Mama' dress - £24.99 (on sale £15)The fine-knit dress which is now on sale for £15, is a bargain when you compared to her most expensive garment, the £10,000 bespoke Oscar de la Renta dress above. The high end designer dress is 400 times more expensive than the H&M number. January 16, 2019.
Meghan's Complete Maternity Collection
Jason Wu Royal blue dress
Meghan stepped out with Harry, wearing a dashing blue dress by Jason Wu. She paired this with Aquazzura heels.September 6, 2018. The 100 Days to Peace Gala in London
Black Sarah Flint pumps
The Duchess attended her charity cookbook launch wearing a blue coat by Smythe. She matched this with a black skirt by Misha Nonoo, finishing off the look with a pair of pumps by Sarah Flint.September 20, 2018. Charity cookbook launch, London
Navy Oscar de la Renta
Meghan paired an Oscar de la Renta top with trousers by Altuzarra and sky-high heels.September 24, 2018. Coach Core Awards
Chic Givenchy dress
Attending her first solo event, Meghan wore a long-sleeved black Givenchy dress and a clutch from the same designer, finishing off the look with Aquazzura pumps.September 25, 2018. Royal Academy of Arts, London
Leather Hugo Boss skirt
For her first visit to Sussex, Meghan wore a green blouse by & Other Stories, matching the colour with a Hugo Boss skirt.October 3, 2018. Inaugural visit to Sussex
Navy Givenchy coat
Entering her second trimester, Meghan sent social media into a frenzy with an unbuttoned Givenchy coat, sparking rumours of an upcoming pregnancy announcement.October 12, 2018. Princess Eugenie's Royal Wedding, Windsor
Sarah Flint 'Jay' pumps
On the day the pregnancy news was confirmed by the Royals, Meghan wore a black coat with maroon trim, a black turtleneck and 'Jay' pumps by Sarah Flint.October 15, 2018. Start of Royal Tour, Sydney
Karen Gee 'Blessed' dress
As news of the Royal pregnancy broke, the Duchess stepped out in a white gown by designer, Karen Gee. The look had a lot of sentiment attached, with Meghan not only choosing a gown named 'Blessed' but also wearing Princess Di's diamond butterfly earrings.October 16, 2018. First day of Royal Tour, Sydney
Olive pleated Brandon Maxwell dress
In the afternoon, Meghan changed into an olive green shirt dress by American designer, Brandon Maxwell.October 16, 2018. Afternoon reception, Admiralty House
Serena Williams 'Boss' blazer
The Duchess of Sussex wore an aptly named 'Boss' blazer from the clothing line of good friend Serena Williams. Meghan paired the plaid blazer with a blouse by Maison Kitsune, Outland jeans and J Crew boots.October 17, 2018. Second day of Royal Tour
Dion Lee navy dress
Continuing her affinity for the navy blue look, Meghan wore a folded sail dress by Dion Lee to the morning reception. An online frenzy ensued, with an overload of traffic crashing the designer's website on the same day.October 18, 2018. Morning reception, Melbourne
Club Monaco 'Miguellina' dress
Meghan changed into pointed-toe flats by Rothys for her second engagement of the day. She paired the shoes with Club Monaco's 'Miguellina' dress and a beige Martin Grant trench coat.October 18, 2018. Beach clean up, Melbourne
Martin Grant maxi dress
For the Royal's second trip to the beach she wore a colourful lei over a striped maxi dress by Martin Grant.October 19, 2018. Visit to Bondi Beach, Sydney
Roksanda Ilinčić dress
For her afternoon engagement, Meghan chose a pleated midi dress by British designer Roksanda Ilinčić. The £1,400 frock sold out immediately on Net-A-Porter.October 19, 2018. Youth empowerment event, Sydney
Black Emilia Wickstead dress
Meghan looked very stately wearing a button-detailed Emilia Wickstead dress. She finished off the look with a Philip Treacy facinator and Tabitha Simmons heels.October 20, 2018. ANZAC Day, Hyde Park
White Altuzarra blazer
For the afternoon event, Meghan kept her Tabitha Simmons pumps and matched them with skinny jeans from Mother Denim. The Duchess also had on an Altuzarra blazer, Illesteva sunglasses and an official Invictus Games shirt.October 20, 2018. Invictus Games
Stella McCartney cape dress
The Duchess recycled a navy cape dress by Stella McCartney for the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games, adding a Gillian Anderson coat over the top.October 20, 2018. Invictus Games opening ceremony
White L'Agence blazer
Meghan wore another blazer the following day, opting for a white-striped L'Agence blazer with a black turtleneck and Outland jeans. She accessorised the style with an Oroton crossbody bag and her trusty Aquazzura Deneuve pumps.October 21, 2018. Reception, Invictus Games
Veja V-10 sneakers
As her first casual footwear attire of the Royal Tour, Meghan made the Veja V-10 sneakers an instant hit online. The Royal paired the shoes with Outland denim jeans again, aswell as Krewe Gravier sunglasses.October 21, 2018. Sailing competition, Sydney
Pineapple dress by Reformation
Clutching her baby bump, Meghan basked in the sunshine wearing a vertical striped dress by Reformation, Karen Walker sunnies and Sarah Flint sandals.October 22, 2018. Visit to Fraser Island
& Other Stories polka dress
For her second outfit of the day, Meghan sported a cute Polka dress. The & Other Stories outfit is one of a few maternity dresses Meghan wore that cost under £100.October 22, 2018. Visit to Fraser Island
Meghan touched down in Fiji wearing a pearl white ensemble. The dress was from Australian brand Zimmermann and was paired with a matching fascinator by Stephen Jones. Her tiny clutch was from Kayu and heels from Tabitha Simmons.October 23, 2018. Visit to Fiji
Ginko Safiyaa gown
For her first night in Fiji, Meghan wore a gorgeous blue gown by designer, Safiyaa. She paired the dress with a pair of diamond drop earrings.October 23, 2018. State dinner, Fiji
Figue Frederica pom-pom dress
Meghan chose a vibrant pom-pom dress by bohemian label Figue Frederica. She paired this with Castañer espadrilles and a clutch made by a local Fijian woman.October 24, 2018. Final day in Fiji
Forest green Jason Wu dress
Before boarding her flight, the Duchess wore a green mid length dress by Jason Wu. She accessorised with peepal leaf earrings from Pippa Small. According to the designer, the heart shaped leaf is a symbol of fertility.October 25, 2018. Statue unveiling, Fiji
Self Portrait dress
Meghan made a bit of a fashion faux-pas touching down in Tonga. The Duchess had the label slightly sticking out from her bright red dress by Self Portrait. However, she still looked flawless, finishing the look with a black clutch and pumps.October 25, 2018. Arrival in Tonga
White gown by Theia
For a welcome dinner hosted by the King and Queen of Tonga, Meghan wore a beautiful white gown by label Theia. This was accessorised with Aquazzura pumps and Princess Diana's aquamarine ring that Meghan wore on her wedding day.
October 25, Welcome reception, Tonga
Martin Grant multi-directional striped dress
Meghan wore her third and final Martin Grant outfit to a state dinner with the PM of Tonga, pairing the stripy dress with a beige Prada clutch.
October 26, 2018. Meeting with PM, Tonga
Veronica Beard 'Cary' dress
The Duchess looked picturesque in a bow-belted dress by Veronica Beard. However, the outfit which first featured thigh-high slits, was adjusted to fit with Royal protocol. The bright blue shoes from Banana Republic sold out instantly.
October 26, 2018. Evening event in Tonga
Embellished Oscar de la Renta dress
Meghan's most expensive dress of the tour at a reported £10,000 was a fairytale inspired creation by designer Sarah Esmoingt. She paired the bespoke Oscar de la Renta dress with Aquazzura heels.
October 26, 2018. Geographic Society Awards, Sydney
Scanlan Theodore burgundy top
Meghan wore her favourite shoe designer Sarah Flint, pairing the pumps with a knit wrap top by Scanlan Theodore and Outland jeans.
October 27, 2018. Invictus Games, Sydney
Antonio Beradi tuxedo dress
Meghan gave a speech at the closing ceremony in an olive Antonio Beradi tuxedo dress, a similar colour to the Brandon Maxwell outfit she wore the week before.
October 27, 2018. Invictus Games, closing ceremony
Hugo Boss burgundy dress
The Duchess of Sussex made a fashionable appearance at the airport in a burgundy Hugo Boss dress and her nude Aquazzura 'Casablanca' pumps.
October 28, 2018. Departure to New Zealand
Karen Walker trench coat
With her second outfit change of the day, Meghan paired a stylish Karen Walker trench coat with Sarah Flint pumps and an uber affordable black dress by ASOS. The £38 maternity dress sold out immediately online.October 28, 2018. Arrival in Wellington
Gabriela Hearst cap-sleeved dress
For her first night in New Zealand, Meghan wore a black cap-sleeved dress by Gabriela Hearst alongside her Stuart Weitzman heels.
October 28, 2018. Government House reception, New Zealand
Maggie Marilyn white blazer dress
Meghan took in some striking local fashion on her first day in Wellington. The Duchess herself went for a simplistic look with a white blazer dress by kiwi label, Maggie Marilyn.
October 29, 2018. Trip to Wellington
Stella McCartney x Adidas sneakers
For a casual, all weather look, Meghan paired Outland jeans with a rain jacket from Cornwall-based clothing company, Seasalt. She finished off the outfit with a pair of Stella McCartney collab Adidas sneakers.
October 29, 2018. National Park, New Zealand
Club Monaco trench coat
For her third and final outfit change of the day, the Duchess kept the Outland black jeans and paired them with Stuart Weitzman laced up boots. She also had a cosy Jac + Jac sweater underneath a Club Monaco trench coat.October 29, 2018. Mental Health Awareness, Wellington
Muck Boot Company rain boots
Meghan managed to look flawless in the wet weather as she paired a Karen Walker blazer with J Crew jeans. Her fashionable rainboots were from Muck Boot Company.October 30, 2018. Commonwealth event, New Zealand
Classic Burberry trench coat
As she started to become accustomed to the chilly New Zealand weather, Meghan wore a stylish Burberry trench coat with a Brandon Maxwell dress underneath. She kept the nude colour theme with a pair of Stuart Weitzman's 'legend' pumps.October 30, 2018. Walkabout, Auckland Harbour
Navy Antonio Beradi dress
Meghan wore her second Antonio Beradi dress in the space of a week, matching it with Aquazurra heels. This was the seventh time the Duchess had worn the brand Aquazurra in the space of two months.October 30, 2018. War Museum, Auckland
Stella McCartney dress
Celebrating the Maori population, Meghan proudly wore a beautiful green necklace by Maori designer Kiri Nathan. The mother-to-be also wore a navy blue dress by Stella McCartney with a pair of Manolo pumps.
October 31, 2018. Pōwhiri welcome ceremony
Givenchy sweater-skirt combo
Meghan's Givenchy sweater-skirt combo was one of the least well received maternity outfit of hers online. The uncharacteristic fashion fail might've been down to the see through element in the Givenchy skirt.October 31, 2018. New Zealand tour
Harry's Norrøna Jacket
For her last outfit of the Royal Tour, Meghan put on some walking flats by Birdies. She carried on the casual vibes with jeans from Mother Denim and a borrowed Norrøna jacket courtesy of Harry.
October 31, 2018. Redwoods treewalk, Rotorua
Stella McCartney coat
Meghan's third outing wearing Stella McCartney was at the Festival of Remembrance. The Duchess wore the same designer coat back in January, at one of her first public engagements.November 10, 2018. Festival of Remembrance, London
Black coat with capped sleeves
Meghan wore an elegant black coat with capped sleeves and a matching hat for the remembrance service.
November 11, 2018. Remembrance Day, London
Navy Peplum top
For the evening event, Meghan wore a peplum top with a similar bateau neckline to her Givenchy wedding dress.November 11, 2018. Armistice service, London
Safiyaa 'Malaya' dress
The Duchess of Sussex attended the variety performance in a second dress from the London-based designer Safiyaa. The sparkly sequined top matched perfectly with a black satin skirt for the black tie event.
November 19, 2018. Royal Variety performance, London
Club Monaco burgundy coat
Meghan visited the kitchen, in which she raised money from her charity cookbook, wearing a Club Monaco burgundy coat.November 21, 2018. Hubb kitchen, London
Silk Givenchy gown
Meghan presented an award to the director of Givenchy, Clare Waight Keller, who made her now famous wedding dress back in May. The Duchess, of course, wore a stunning Givenchy dress for her surprise appearance, which proved to be her most beloved maternity look.
December 10, 2018. British Fashion Awards
Floral dress by Brock Collection
The Duchess visited the charity event in a floral number by Brock Collection. She wore a warm grey maxi coat from Soia and Kyo, holding a clutch from Wilbur & Gussie.
December 18, 2018. Royal Variety charity, London
Victoria Beckham £6,659 ensemble
Meghan dressed head-to-toe in clothing by Victoria Beckham, with a navy coat over a matching dress. She finished her look with knee-high VB boots and a cocktail hat. The ensemble was one of Meghan's most expensive looks, the outfit costing £6,659 to create.December 25, 2018. Christmas Day service, Sandringham
Knit black dress from Hatch
For her first engagement of the year, Meghan visited one of the four patronages she represents. Meghan wore a maternity dress from Hatch with an Oscar de la Renta coat and heels by Gianvito Rossi.
January 10, 2019. Visit to Smart Works
Purple Aritzia dress
The Hollywood actress abstained from her usual neutral colours for a vibrant purple dress by Aritzia. Over this she wore a red Sentaler coat and matching pumps from Stuart Weitzman.January 14, 2019. Visit to Birkenhead
H&M maternity 'Mama' dress
H&M's ultra affordable cream 'Mama' dress sold out in under a day, after Meghan wore it to one of her patronages. She matched the maternity frock with a more expensive Armani coat.
January 16, 2019. Animal welfare charity, London
Roland Mouret sequin gown
Entering her third trimester, Meghan shimmered with this sequin gown by Roland Mouret. The Duchess accessorised the look with a Givenchy clutch, Stuart Weitzman heels and a gold bracelet once belonging to Diana.
January 16, 2019. Royal Albert Hall, London
Blush pink blazer by Brandon Maxwell
Meghan looked pretty in pink with a blush blazer and dress combo by Brandon Maxwell. The Royal was also holding a Carolina Herrera clutch and wearing Aquazzura heels.
January 30, 2019. Visit to the National Theatre
The Duchess stepped out in all black, pairing the same unbuttoned Givenchy coat she wore back in November, with a pair of nude heels.
January 31, 2019. Visit to Commonwealth Universities, London
Animal printed Oscar de la Renta dress
The Duchess complimented her nature themed Oscar de la Renta dress with a pair of Sarah Flint heels. This is the fourth time she has worn Oscar de la Renta during her pregnancy and a sixth time putting on a pair of Sarah Flint shoes.
February 1, 2019. Visit to Bristol
Bespoke Givenchy shirt / skirt combo
Meghan strutted to the red carpet in a black and white Givenchy shirt and skirt. She finished the look with Aquazurra pumps and a black clutch.February 7, 2019. Endeavour Fund Awards
Calvin Klein turtleneck dress
The Duchess sent fans into a frenzy with this chic all-white look that she wore to London's Natural History Museum. Meghan paired the Calvin Klein dress with an Amanda Wakeley coat.
February 12, 2019. Gala performance, London
Le Specs oversized sunglasses
The Duchess was keeping a low profile before her baby shower in oversized sunglasses by Le Specs. Her tote was Carolina Herrera and coat from William vintage Courrèges.
February 19, 2019. Upper East Side, New York
Victoria Beckham coat
Meghan looked ready to let her hair down, going to her baby shower in a Victoria Beckham coat with Hatch maternity jeans. The LA born actress also had on Tamara Mellon boots and a Stella McCartney tote bag.
February 19, 2019. Polo Bear bar, New York
Adidas 'Ultraboost' sneakers
The day after her baby shower, Meghan stepped out of her hotel in a pair of popular Adidas. Completing the athleisure look with Lulu Lemon leggings, an Ingrid and Isabel jacket with a black Cuyana bagFebruary 20, 2019. Departure to airport
Valentino red caped dress
For her arrival in Casablanca, Meghan was draped head to toe in Valentino. She wore a red caped dress with a Valentino clutch.
February 23, 2019. Start of Morocco tour
Alice + Olivia blazer
Meghan looked sophisticated in a rolled up Alice + Olivia blazer with a Misha Nonoo cashmere sweater underneath. She also wore a pair of Birdies 'Blackbird' slippers and some cool Illesteva sunglasses.
February 24, 2019. Visit to educational charity, Morocco
Dior Golden gown
The Duchess of Sussex looked more like the Duchess of Morroco in this glamorous Dior gown, with a gold clutch and pumps from the same designer.
February 24, 2019. British Ambassador's reception
Stuart Weitzman boots
For the first of three outfits in a day, Meghan toured the stables in a casual look, including a Breton striped top and J Crew jacket with Stuart Weitzman boots to finish.February 25, 2019. Visit to Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports
White Aritzia blazer
Seamlessly pairing black and white again, Meghan topped a pleated dress with an Aritzia blazer. Her black slingback heels were from Manolo Blahnik.February 25, 2019. Tour of Andalusian Gardens, Rabat
Custom Carolina Herrera dress
In the evening, Meghan attended a Royal event draped in a custom blue printed dress by Carolina Herrera.February 25, 2019. Meeting with King Mohammed VI, Rabat
Floral brocade dress
We didn't think Meghan could overshadow her lavish surroundings at Buckingham Palace, but she shimmers in a brocade dress with an Amanda Wakeley coat. Her clutch is the recycled silk Wilbur & Gussie that the Duchess wore back in December.March 5, 2019. Buckingham Palace reception
Ralph Lauren parker jacket
It's not too often that Meghan wears Ralph Lauren, but we have to applaude her style choice here. The Duchess kept it smart-cas' with a RL cashmere jacket and Manolo Blahnik pointy toe pumps.March 6, 2019. WE Day UK, London
Reiss 'Azzura' swirl printed dress
Meghan dressed for her new role as Vice-President of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust in an affordable dress by Reiss with a black Alexander McQueen blazer over the top. She accessorised the look with a cute Stella McCartney clutch and Manolo Blahnik heels.March 8, 2019. International Women's Day, Commonwealth Trust
Emerald green Erdem coat / dress
Meghan began celebrations on Commonwealth Day with a morning reception at Canada House. The Duchess was draped in emerald green, opting for a custom Erdem coat and dress with Aquazzura 'Deneuve' pumps, carrying a black Givenchy clutch.March 11, 2019. Commonwealth celebration day, Canada House
Victoria Beckham chain-printed dress
Meghan wore Victoria Beckham for a third time during her pregnancy, the £1,200 dress coming from the VB AW19 line. She paire the dress with a matching coat and satin clutch.March 11, 2019. Commonwealth celebration day, Canada House
Vintage Dior silk coat
Although officially on maternity leave, Meghan joined Harry for his god-daughter's christening on Monday. The soon-to-be mum had on a pre-warn dior coat, which she styled with a Stephen Jones beret and Victoria Beckham mini bag.
March 18, 2019. Christening of Lena Tindall
Cape-styled Gucci coat
The Duke and Duchess of sussex turned up at New Zealand House to pay their respects, following the terror attacks in Christchurch. Meghan had on the Jacinda Arden earrings which the New Zealand Prime minister gifted back in October. The Royal also paired a roomy Gucci overcoat with a clutch from the same designer, finishing off the look with Aquazzura pumps.March 19, 2019. Visit to New Zealand House