Duchess Meghan Markle’s best maternity fashion moments

That was one chic baby bump.
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You heard it here first – Meghan Markle is officially the Queen of maternity fashion.

Indeed, we don’t have to look far to know why the royal is a style pro – what with her Hollywood roots now entwined with one of Britain’s oldest institutions (positively dripping in class, might we add), Meghan couldn’t be better-placed to lead the way in fashion for years to come.

And now, after welcoming her her first child to the world with Prince Harry, what better time to look back at the nine months that were and revel in the Duchesses flawless style?

From heavenly Dior, Erdem and Givenchy, to affordable yet chic H&M threads – this royal knows how to nail the style stakes – with, or without a growing tummy!

Of course, after announcing that she and Prince Harry were expecting their first child together back in October, there were a plethora of questions we wanted answers to immediately.

And most important of all was thus: What would Meghan – AKA style influencer of the century – wear?

Well wonder no more! We’ve captured every single maternity outfit Meghan wore throughout her pregnancy.

Starting with Meghan and Harry’s Australian tour Down Under in October 2018, we saw the Duchess in a plethora of homegrown labels, and we couldn’t help but rejoice.

But that was just the beginning. Keep scrolling to see all the stylish looks and the designers Meghan (and her little bump!) has worn to date.

WATCH: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcome their new baby boy:

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In her last public appearance before going on official maternity leave, Duchess Meghan stepped out in a gorgeous black Gucci coat along with earrings by New Zealand designer Boh Runga. The accessory was a fitting tribute as she and Harry attended a memorial service in London for the Christchurch shooting victims. (Image: Getty Images)

A vision in green! Meghan stepped out on Commonwealth Day (March 11) with husband Prince Harry to attend celebrations at Canada House.

Meghan’s stunning green Erdem coat and empire-waist dress provided all the winter outfit inspiration we need! (Image: Getty Images)

The heavily pregnant yet oh-so-stylish royal paired the stunning embellished coat with her Givenchy purse and Aquazzura bow pumps. (Image: Getty Images)

And with her hair in her signature up-do, this might be one of our favourite maternity looks on the royal yet. (Image: Getty Images)

Outfit change! Later in the day, Meghan stepped out for a second time at the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.

Meghan wore a Victoria Beckham coat and dress paired with a pillbox hat and olive green heels. (Image: Getty Images)

We’re getting all the Jackie Kennedy vibes from this 60s-inspired number. (Image: Getty Images)

A passionate advocate for women’s rights, Meghan couldn’t have been better suited to join a panel of inspiring women for the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust event on International Women’s Day. The event on March 8 was also attended by former Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard. (Image: Getty Images)

Looking stunning in a monochrome printed shift dress by REISS, a black blazer by Alexander McQueen and Manolo Blahnik heels, the Duchess looked ready to take on the world – despite being only weeks out from giving birth! (Image: Getty Images)

Ever the accessoriser, the Duchess wore several rings including an NZ-designed Karen Walker style, along with her old favourite Kismet by Milka ring.

She paired them with stunning earrings by Jessica McCormack along with a Queen’s Commonwealth Trust brooch, pinned proudly to her lapel. (Image: Getty Images)

Speaking animatedly on a range of topics relating to women’s rights, Meghan discussed what gender equality really means to her.

“Having men part of that conversation saying there’s nothing threatening about a women coming up to the same level, it’s our safety in numbers, this is our power and our strength as a team,” she remarked.

Watch more in the video below!

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Meghan Markle discusses feminism and gender equality for International Women’s Day

On March 6, Meghan surprised everyone when she was pulled on-stage during a WE Day event at London’s Wembley Stadium by her doting husband Prince Harry. (Image: Getty Images)

For the occasion, Meghan wore a Raph Lauren blazer paired with a black top and skinny jeans, along with her favourite ​Manolo Blahnik pumps.

And it would be safe to say the crowd went wild – see the moment in the video below!

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle share a surprise PDA moment on-stage

With her due date fast approaching, Meghan stepped out in a brocade knee-length dress (the designer of which is yet to be identified) during a celebration of Prince Charles’ investiture at Buckingham Palace in early March. (Image: Getty Images)

Check out that bump! Meghan paired the gorgeous dress with an old recycled favourite – her white Amanda Wakeley coat.

To finish it all off, Meghan accessorised with a dusty pink Wilbur and Gussie clutch and Paul Andrew pumps. (Image: Getty Images)

Sharing a laugh with in-law Princess Anne, Meghan was all smiles for the family event. (Image: Getty Images)

After a full day of activities during her royal tour of Morocco, Duchess Meghan attended an evening soiree with Prince Harry wearing a gorgeous blue Carolina Herrera gown. (Image: Getty Images)

The chiffon printed frock was modified to include ruffled sleeves and a loosely fitted waist to cater to her baby bump. (Image: Getty Images)

Earlier in the day, Meghan opted for a floaty Loyd/Ford black pleated dress as she and Harry attended a local market in Morocco. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess paired the dress with a chrisp white jacket by Babaton and bold golden earrings by Gas Bijoux. (Image: Getty Images)

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Meghan and Harry meet adorable kids while touring Morocco

Duchess Meghan closed out day two of her royal tour of Morocco with husband Prince Harry in the best way possible – wearing a custom Dior gown. (Image: Getty Images)

The cream-toned kaftan-inspired gown looked incredible on the radiant royal, who paired it with simple silver jewellery and flawless simple makeup. (Image: Getty Images)

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Duchess Meghan wears Dior as she attends engagement in Morocco with Prince Harry

Visiting the town of Asni earlier on day two of their royal tour of Morocco, Meghan and Harry learnt about a Moroccan Non-Government-Organisation called Education For All.

Meghan looked stunning in an Alice + Olivia blazer with white striped cuff detailing. She paired it with a white tunic and black skinny jeans. (Image: Getty Images)

Rugging up! Meghan popped on a Wilfred scarf and black top between engagements during the day. (Image: Getty Images)

We couldn’t help ourselves! How cute do these two look only weeks away from becoming a family of three? (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan touched down in Morocco on February 23rd in a stunning red Valentino dress. Pairing her look with nude heels, the Duchess looked refreshed and radiant. (Image: Getty Images)

NYC dreaming! Meghan stepped out in the city that never sleeps on February 19 to celebrate her baby shower with those nearest and dearest to her. (Image: Getty Images)

Dressed in a Courrèges coat, black trousers and nude heels, the Duchess topped off her chic look with some oversized dark sunglasses. (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan was a vision in white as she and Prince Harry stepped out for a date night to the Natural History Museum on February 12, 2019. (Image: Getty Images)

She paired her recycled white Amanda Wakeley coat with a Calvin Klein dress and olive Ralph Lauren heels. (Image: Getty Images)

On February 7, Harry and Meghan stepped out together in London on the red carpet at the Endeavour Fund Awards, with Meghan in a stunning head-to-toe Givenchy shirt and skirt combo, paired with $966 Aquazzura ‘Rendez Vous’ pumps. (Image: Getty)

Stepping out in snowy Bristol on Friday, February 1, the royal parents-to-be were well and truly wrapped up warm – but that didn’t stop Meghan from looking stylish as ever. (Image: Getty Images)

The 37-year-old royal wore a vintage William coat and chic Sarah Flint boots, which incidentally retail for a cool AUD $960 – a brave choice given the weather! (Image: Getty Images)

Once the pair were cosily indoors, we got a glimpse of Meghan’s stunning Oscar de la Renta dress. (Image: Getty Images)

Visiting the Association of Commonwealth Universities on January 31, the stylish Duchess stepped out in a chic Givenchy caplet coat, which she had worn previously to the Remembrance Sunday Service. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchesses all-black Givenchy ensemble was paired with nude Manolo Blahnik pumps and earrings by Dean Davidson. (Image: Getty Images)

Styling her hair in a sleek bun, the royal looked radiant as she greeted guests and smiled at onlookers. (Image: Getty Images)

On January 30, Meghan’s baby bump was on full display as she visited the National Theatre in London. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess looked radiant in a neutral-toned dress and jacket by American designer Brandon Maxwell along with some trendy Aquazurra heels to finish off the look. (Image: Getty Images)

On January 17, Meghan got her glam on as she attended a charity performance by Cirque de Soleil with husband Prince Harry. Her stunning sequined dress was designed by Roland Mouret. (Image: Getty Images)

The pregnant royal accessorised her look with a Givenchy Black Satin Clutch, Stuart Weitzman black heels and a striking gold and black bracelet that had once belonged to Princess Diana. (Image: Getty Images)

Stepping out in Mayhew in January, the pregnant royal looked a million dollars in this beige ensemble – but to the surprise of everyone, her H&M dress only costs $39! (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess visited an animal charity on the rainy London day. (Image: Getty Images)

With her baby bump on show, Meghan looked stunning in purple Babaton by Aritizia dress paired with a red wrap coat by designer Sentaler. (Image: Getty Images)

The pregnant 37-year-old brought a right royal splash of colour as she and Prince Harry stepped out for their first joint royal engagement of 2019 in Birkinhead. (Image: Getty Images)

In January, Meghan visited female employment cause Smart Works, of which she has just been made a patron of, wearing a black maternity dress by US label Hatch, Kimai earrings and a long Oscar de la Renta camel coat. (Image: Getty Images)

Her black tee-shirt dress looked chic and comfortable on the royal, whose tummy is growing faster by the day! (Image: Getty Images)

And while Meghan kept her clothing choices relatively simple, her shoes were another story. These Gianvito Rossi cow-print pumps did all the talking! (Image: Getty Images)

Now that’s a baby bump! Duchess Meghan stepped out on December 18 to visit a nursing home in Twickenham looking positively radiant. Her white floral dress by LA designer Brock Collection looked stunning paired with a grey woollen coat by Soia & Kyo. (Image: Getty Images)

The gorgeous frock, which featured ruched sleeves and a split on the leg perfectly complemented (and emphasised!) her growing tummy. (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan shared some sweet moments with residents at the nursing home during the visit, even telling one that she was feeling “very pregnant” that day! (Image: Getty Images)

In a surprise appearance, Duchess Meghan stepped out on stage at the British Fashion Awards on December 11, 2018. The stunning one-shoulder black dress by Givenchy looked divine on the royal – and her growing baby bump! (Image: Getty Images)

During the event, Meghan presented the British Womenswear Designer of the Year award to Claire Waight Keller of Givenchy – the very person behind her wedding dress. (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan stepped out looking stunning in a sequin top and black figure-hugging skirt by British label Safiyaa for the Royal Variety Performance in London in November. (Image: Getty)

The Duchess wore another gown by the same designer while she toured Fiji in October – clearly a favourite maternity pick from the mum-to-be! (Image: Getty)

Ever the fan of a boat neck-style neckline, Meghan wore a striking navy blue ensemble for an event on Remembrance Day. Her hat and heels matched perfectly with her top and skirt combo. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess stepped out in a stunning Stella McCartney number for the Royal Festival for Remembrance over the weekend. That bow was the perfect accessory for her ever-growing bump! (Image: Getty Images)

Stepping out to meet fans in Rotorua, the Duchess turned heads in this Givenchy top and skirt ensemble. (Image: Getty Images)

But the eye-catching look turned heads for more than one reason – the pleated skirt turned transparent in the sun, revealing a little more of the Duchess than we expected! (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan and Harry embraced New Zealand nature by visiting Redwoods Treewalk in Rotorua on Wednesday. In a cute gesture, the Duchess donned Harry’s Oslo down jacket – it must have been chilly! (Image: Getty Images)

The royals couldn’t come to the Southern Hemisphere without donning a puffer jacket! (Image: Getty Images)

The royal couple also visited Rotorua’s Te Papaiouru Marae. Meghan’s navy blue Stella McCartney dress looked effortless. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess also wore a beautiful Pounamu Kouma necklace, which was created by leading Maori designer Kiri Nathan and carved by Jason Nathan.(Image: Getty Images)

Maori custom was front-and-centre, with Meghan wearing a korowai and going barefoot during the formal engagement. (Image: Getty Images)

Talk about a way to make an entrance! Meghan looked gorgeous in a deep navy blue Antonio Berardi dress for an event at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Tuesday evening. (Image: Getty Images)

It’s all in the details! Fans got a peek of pineapples on her Aquazzura heels – a quriky addition! (Image: Getty Images)

Leading ladies indeed – the event was held with New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess hasn’t been shy of donning a camel trench on this tour. Markle wore a Burberry coat and Brandon Maxwell midi-dress during a touching event for Pillars, a New Zealand charity that supports children who have a parent in prison. (Image: Getty Images)

She never misses an opportunity to cradle that cute bump! (Image: Getty Images)

Continuing their wet-weather wardrobe streak, the royals embraced woodland chic by donning gumboots as they walked through the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy in Auckland, NZ. Meghan wore a Karen Walker blazer and J Crew jeans for the occasion. (Image: Getty Images)

A bit of rain wasn’t going to faze the radiant Duchess! (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan and Harry visited Courtenay Creative in Wellington, NZ on Monday evening where they celebrated the city’s vibrant arts culture with guests. The Duchess looked chic in a Maggie Marilyn tuxedo dress and navy Manolo Blahnik pumps. (Image: Getty Images)

The stylish Duchess glowed in the New Zealand designer’s frock. (Image: Getty Images)

The royals wrapped up for a visit to Abel Tasman National Park, which is located at the top of the South Island of New Zealand. Meghan wore a Seasalt jacket paired with her Jac + Jack roll-neck sweater and a teal scarf. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess ditched the heels to take in the scenic views of the area, wearing Stella McCartney x Adidas sneakers. (Image: Getty Images)

Stepping out in Wellington on Monday morning, the royal couple looked cool and casual with Meghan in a Club Monaco trench coat. (Image: Getty Images)

She paired the look with a black turtleneck, skinny jeans and heeled boots by Stuart Weitzman. (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan attended a reception to mark the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand on Sunday wearing a Gabriela Hearst navy gown. Interestingly, the dress originally had spaghetti straps, but it was modified with capped sleeves for the occasion. (Image: Getty Images)

Inspiring females unite! Meghan met New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Adern, during the event. Adern is the second elected world leader to give birth while in office. (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan delivered a rousing speech on women’s rights during the Government House event. Fittingly, she delivered it beneath a striking portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. (Image: Getty Images)

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Duchess Meghan delivers rousing speech in New Zealand on womens rights

Meghan stepped off the plane in New Zealand looking radiant in a printed trench coat by Kiwi designer Karen Walker. Underneath, the Duchess wore a simple black maternity dress by ASOS. (Image: Getty Images)

Thousands of royal fans, young and old, waited to meet the Duke and Duchess. (Image: Getty Images)

Her striking Birks Muse earrings added a subtle splash of colour to the ensemble. (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan stepped out in a maroon Hugo Boss dress for her departing flight from Sydney on Sunday. She paired it with a pale pink Cuyana saddle bag and some stunning pearl drop earrings. (Image: Getty Images)

Bye for now Sydney! The royals looked dressed for action as they jetted off to New Zealand in the last stop of their 16 day tour. (Image: Getty Images)

Attending the Invictus Games closing ceremony on Saturday evening, Meghan wore a stunning Antonio Berardi halter tuxedo dress. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess is a dab hand at delivering a strong speech. She shared a touching tribute to army personnel and veterans during the ceremony. (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan attended the wheelchair basketball finals during the Invictus Games on Saturday wearing a gorgeous deep red Scanlan Theodore jacket and black skinny jeans. (Image: Getty Images)

Wearing her hair in a half-up half-down top knot, Meghan was an enthusiastic supporter from the sidelines. (Image: Getty Images)

Looking like she just stepped out of a fairytale, Duchess Meghan looked utterly divine in this Oscar de la Renta gown. The black and white design with bird silhouettes and a tulle skirt was eye-catching and unique – this might be one of our favourite looks on the Duchess so far! (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan presented the award for Young Conservationist of the Year during the event. (Image: Getty Images)

In her second outfit of the day, the Duchess changed into this blue Veronica Beard dress for a visit to Tupou College in Tonga – we’re loving this stunning colour on Meghan! (Image: Rex)

The pregnant royal looked radiant in the bright shirt dress, named ‘Cara’. (Image: Rex)

The royals are showered in flowers everywhere they go, and Tonga is proving to be no different! (Image: Twitter / @emynash)

Arriving at the St George Government Building in Tonga on Friday morning, Meghan’s asymmetrical stripe dress by Australian designer Martin Grant was smart, yet comfortable for the pregnant royal. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess wore her dark hair in a chic pony-tail. (Image: Getty Images)

She accessorised the look with a Prada clutch and khaki heels – and a peek of a sweet baby bump! (Image: Getty Images)

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Duchess Meghan arrives at the St George Government Building in Tonga

Stepping out for a private evening soiree in Tonga with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauʻu, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry were a sight to behold – and we couldn’t ignore the striking resemblance to their wedding day style! (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan’s dress, designed by Theia, included stunning detail with embellishments and embroidery. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess accessorised the look with a Givenchy clutch with some very special jewellery – a stunning aquamarine ring which belonged to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana, along with a bracelet gifted to her by her father-in-law, Prince Charles. (Image: Getty Images)

Lady in red alert! Markle looked gorgeous in a bright red Self-Portrait dress as she disembarked from her flight from Fiji to Tonga on Thursday afternoon. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchesses dress colour was a fitting tribute to Tonga and its bold red flag! (Image: AAP)

Paired with a black Dior clutch, the ensemble was one of Meghan’s most eye-catching looks from the tour. (Image: Getty Images)

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan arrive in Tonga

No stranger to a red carpet, Meghan looked effortlessly stunning as she stepped out on her third day in Fiji. The Duchess wore a gorgeous moss green Jason Wu dress as she walked hand-in-hand with husband Prince Harry. (Image: Rex)

The mum-to-be accessorised with some eye catching golden drop earrings for the unveiling of the Labalaba Statue event in Suva. (Image: Rex)

The short-sleeved midi-dress showed just a hint of her baby bump! (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan embraced Fijian culture in all its colourful glory on Wednesday morning, wearing a bright printed ruffle dress by Figue. (Image: Getty Images)

With her hair styled in an up-do, the Duchess finished the colourful ensemble with closed-toe espadrilles by Castañer (Image: Getty Images)

On their arrival, the Duke and Duchess were presented with traditional flower-adorned Fijian leis. (Image: Getty Images)

Ending their first day in Fiji on Tuesday, the royal couple stepped out looking classy as ever for an evening Soiree held by the Fijian Prime Minister. Meghan wore a striking blue SAFiYAA ‘Ginkgo’ cape gown for the event. (Image: Getty Images)

To royal fans delight, the stunning gown showed off Meghan’s growing baby bump. The mum-to-be looked as maternal as ever by cradling her tummy in a number of snaps. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess finished the striking look with dripping crystal earrings – the image of pure class! (Image: Getty Images)

Touchdown in Fiji! Meghan made her grand entrance to the South Pacific country in a stunning white dress designed by Australian label Zimmerman. (Image: Getty Images)

Accessories-wise, the Duchess wore a Stephen Jones hat and earrings that were a gift from Queen Elizabeth herself! (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess also wore an eye-catching bracelet which was a gift from her father-in-law, Prince Charles. (Image: Getty Images)

After taking a break from the morning’s official engagements, Meghan stepped out in Kingfisher Bay with Prince Harry on Monday afternoon. She looked refreshed and radiant in a Reformation striped maxi-dress with a daring split, along with gladiator sandals. (Image: Getty Images)

She completed the her summery outfit with sunglasses by New Zealand designer Karen Walker, along with a simple necklace stack. (Image: Getty Images)

Baby bump alert! The floaty dress complimented Meghan’s growing tummy. (Image: Getty Images)

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan step out in Fraser Island

Pretty woman indeed! Meghan looks radiant in a red polka dot dress by British label & Other Stories as she arrived in Queensland on Monday for a day on Fraser Island. (Image: Instagram / @herveybayecomarinetours)

Paired with some brown gladiator sandals designed by Sarah Flint and sunglasses, the Duchess looks ready for a summery day ahead! (Image: Instagram / @herveybayecomarinetours)

After a late night at the Invictus Games opening ceremony, Duchess Meghan took a well deserved rest on Sunday morning. But she was back in action on Sunday afternoon looking stunning as ever in a L’Agence pinstripe blazer along with a long-sleeved turtleneck and black skinny jeans. (Image: Getty Images)

You’d never guess the Duchess was exhausted from all of the events on the royal tour – she looked amazing during the engagement held at The Domain in Sydney. (Image: Getty Images)

The dressed-down Duchess! On the same day, the 37-year-old wrapped up in an Invictus Games jacket and skinny-leg black jeans as she joined Harry on the water. She also switched her heels for Veja Project sneakers and her go-to KREWE sunnies. (Image: Getty Images)

A wild thunderstorm on Saturday evening didn’t faze Meghan as she stepped out for the (slightly delayed) opening ceremony in a navy blue Stella McCartney dress. Stella is one of Meghan’s favourite designers – she also created the Duchess’s beautiful high-neck sleeveless halter gown for her post-wedding reception. (Image: Getty Images)

For her accessories, Meghan held a Dior clutch bag and wore some sparkling sapphire diamond drop earrings. (Image: Getty Images)

Topped off with a Gillian Anderson wool swing coat, the mother to-be was the vision of calm, despite the chaotic weather! (Image: Twitter/ @RE_DailyMail)

On Saturday afternoon, Meghan and Harry travelled by boat to Cockatoo Island for the Invictus Games Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge. The Duchess looked effortlessly chic in a white Altuzarra blazer, an official Invictus Games shirt and black skinny jeans – not to mention those lush locks! (Image: Getty Images)

Her Illesteva tortoiseshell shades were also a necessary addition during the sunny event. (Image: Getty Images)

Stunning in a black Emilia Wickstead dress, Meghan looked the image of class as she and Harry attended a service to open an extended Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park. (Image: Getty Images)

The New Zealand designed Emilia Wickstead dress is called the “Camila”. The classy royal paired it with a Philip Treacy hat and black heels. (Image: Getty Images)

Meghan had a costume change following her visit to Bondi Beach on Friday, opting for a navy and light blue dress designed by London-based label Roksanda. The style is called ‘Athena Dress’. Meghan paired the look with some nude heels. (Image: Getty Images)

First they nailed country chic, then they won at beach chic! Meghan wore a striped Martin Grant maxi dress to Bondi Beach on Friday – complete with a colourful lei! (Image: Getty Images)

She completed the look with some black wedges, but they had to come off for what came next! (Image: Getty Images)

The pair joined an ‘anti bad vibes’ circle on the beach – so zen! (Image: Getty Images)

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan arrive at Bondi Beach

Time for an outfit change! The Duchess stepped out in a Club Monaco black dress ahead of her visit to South Melbourne beach on Thursday afternoon. (Image: Media Mode)

Hello Melbourne! The royals landed in the garden city on Thursday morning, with Meghan wearing a deep navy blue dress by Australian designer Dion Lee paired with the same Martin Grant trench coat she wore in Sydney two days ago. We love a recycled look! (Image: Getty Images)

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Duchess Meghan wears flats for beach clean up in South Melbourne

The Dion Lee frock is named the ‘Folded Sail’ dress, and is a new collection piece from Pre-Fall 2019. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess looked refreshed for a big day ahead after her morning flight into the city. (Image: Getty Images)

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan meet fans in Melbourne

The royals touched down in Dubbo on Wednesday, and the pair looked every bit as country chic as we hoped. Meghan’s effortlessly stunning ensemble comprised of black jeans by Australian designer Outlander, paired with a white shirt from Maison Kitsune and a long tailored jacket from pal Serena Williams’ Collection. (Image: Getty Images)

The ensemble with boots from US chain store J Crew were the perfect combo for their day in the countryside! (Image: Getty Images)

To finish off the country-esque get-up, Meghan and Harry were snapped boarding their flight to Dubbo holding Akubra hats. We hope they wear them! (Image: Media Mode)

During an event at Admiralty House on Tuesday afternoon, Meghan wore this khaki green shirt dress by US designer Brandon Maxwell. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess was also wearing a delicate pair of butterfly earrings that belonged to Princess Diana – a sweet tribute to her late mother-in-law. (Image: Getty Images)

The Duchess wore this stunning white dress by Australian designer Karen Gee to Admiralty House on the first morning of the couple’s Australian tour. The frock itself is named the ‘Blessed’ dress – how fetching! (Image: Getty Images)

The weather was beautifully sunny for the first day of their Australian tour, but we can’t blame the Duchess for covering up in this gorgeous camel overcoat – that wind was nippy! (Image: Getty Images)

Australian fans flocked to view the $1,800 ivory dress online, causing the designer’s website to crash! Karen spoke about the frenzy to the Daily Telegraph: “I am totally overwhelmed,” she said.

“There are obviously so many incredible designers in Australia and for her to love the brand and choose Karen Gee is an absolute honour.”

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Spotted! Meghan officially landed on Australian shores with Prince Harry on Monday morning. Along with a black and maroon coat, the strategic placement of two large folders across her stomach sent the pregnancy rumours into overdrive. Later that day, all was confirmed! (Image: Media Mode)

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