If all eyes weren't on Meghan Markle's royal tour before, they are now following news that the Duchess and Duke of Sussex are , due in Spring 2019.
With a jam-packed schedule during their , we take a look at all of the chic and sophisticated outfits Meghan wears for her time 'Down Under'.
Day 16, 31st October - Outfit 1
The first event of their final day in New Zealand was a pōwhiri — a Māori welcoming ceremony — at Te Papaiouru Marae. Seeing the couple off the special even saw the couple wearing traditional coats, and taking off their shoes inside.
For the moving proceedings Meghan wore her hair in her signature chignon, with the Cady Crepe dress in midnight blue, a traditional necklace and her repeated navy Manolo Blank BB stilettos.
McCartney is a wardrobe staple for the mother-to-be, who went to the .
Day 16, 31st October - Outfit 2
For their second, and most adorable, engagement of the day, the couple visited the National Kiwi Hatchery in Rainbow Springs, before meeting more locals.
The Duchess kept her hair up and wore the same shoes whilst naming two Kiwis Tihei (Maori for ‘sneeze’) and Koha (Maori for ‘gift’).
Wearing a blue top and skirt the former Suits star took a moment to hug and play with a little local girl.
Givenchy was, of course, Markle’s choice for her , and she has since , even wearing the same top in green during her .
Day 16, 31st October - Outfit 3
For her 76th and final engagement on the royal tour the no-doubt tired couple visited the suspended walkways of Redwoods Treewalk Rotura.
Looking super cosy, Meghan borrowed her handsome beau’s puffer jacket to keep herself warm, over her faithful top, jeans and .
Day 15, 30th October - Outfit 1
On the morning of Day 15, the Duke and Duchess got down and dirty in a .
For the overcast days outdoors, Markle wore , with , a and a .
She wore her hair up in a sensible ponytail for the event, making sure it didn't fall in her eyes.
Day 15, 30th October - Outfit 2
Post lunch and after a swift outfit change the royals met up with PM Jacinda Ardern to visit Pillars charity and meeting with Auckland locals.
The Pillars charity, which supports children whose parents are in prison, as aspecial place in the Sussex’s hearts, since the New Zealand Government donated $5000 in their name as a wedding present for the parents-to-be.
Re- wearing her nude-coloured suede , Markle wore another trench, and a custom cream shift dress.
Day 15, 30th October - Outfit 3
For the last event of the day they donned their glad rags with the PM at an evening reception at the Auckland War Memorial. Held to honour guests aged from 17-25 who have made positive contributions to their communities.
Wearing the same heels as earlier in the day, she paired them with an Antonio Beradi dress she wore for her first ever event with Prince Harry - the Audi Polo Challenge in May 2017.
The Duchess surprised many by pairing the demure outfit with a shock of pink lipstick.
Day 14, 29th October - Outfit 1
The first stop of day 14 was the Maraniu Cafe in Wellington for a meeting with local youths who are working on mental health projects throughout the city.
With her hair in a side-parted ponytail, Markle wore the , the she has been seen wearing before this tour and the by .
To accessorise the mother-to-be wore a pair of , which were a gift from PM Jacinda Ardern.
Day 14, 29th October - Outfit 2
For the second engagement of the day, Markle went for a practical look to walk around Abel Tasman National Park in the rain.
Keeping her hair in the up ‘do, the former actress wore a raincoat, her and Stan Smith vegan trainers.
Stella McCartney X Stan Smith vegan trainers, £235
Day 14, 29th October - Outfit 3
For the final stop of the day the Duke and Duchess attended a Halloween-themed event as Courtenay Creative.
With her hair in her classic messy bun, she wore a white suit dress by with a over her shoulders and blue suede pumps she has worn previously on the tour ().
Maggie Marilyn Leap of Faith cotton-twill mini dress, £455
Day 13, 28th October - Outfit 1
Flying out of Sydney Airport Meghan Markle reword her from the night before, with a and a .
Keeping her hair down, the Duchess struggled a little in the wind.
Hugo Boss Eordora Dress, £249
Day 13, 28th October - Outfit 2
After their short flight, the couple landed in Wellington, New Zealand.
The mother-to-be pulled her hair back into a messy bun for the landing, where she and Prince Harry were greeted by a handful of dignitaries including New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The 37 year-old paired her tour staple heels with a Karen Walker trench coat (available to ) and an .
Day 13, 28th October - Outfit 3
For their final engagement of the day, Markle wore a blue dress, with modified straps.
Gabriela Hearst Herve dress, £1,942
With her hair in a side-parting and in loose curls, the former actress looked regal whilst delivering her third speech of the royal tour, which has received much praise for its .
Alongside the sustainable gown, the Duchess wore sandals and .
Stuart Weitzman The Nudist Sandal in black, £370
Day 12, 27th October - Outfit 1
For the final day of the Invictus Games, and the couple’s last day in Australia before their trip to New Zealand, Meghan wore a chic ensemble with half up, half down hair.
To watch the US v Netherlands basketball final the pregnant Duchess wore a maroon wrap top with peplum by popular luxury Australian label , with black and .
Day 12, 27th October - Outfit 2
For her second speech of the Royal Tour (which you can ), the Duchess of Sussex stole the show at the closing ceremony for the Invictus Games.
With her hair in her classic messy bun, the mother-to-be spoke to the crowd about the inspiring Games, thanking the crowd for their warm welcome of her, ‘With that said, and on a very personal note, I just wanted to thank all of you for welcoming me into the Invictus family. I am truly so grateful to be a part of this with each and every one of you.’
For the emotional speech the 37 year-old wore an olive green tuxedo dress and a pair of Aquazzura .
Day 11, 26th October - Outfit 1
With events in both Tonga and Australia today, Meghan Markle opted for a cotton green and white striped dress from Martin Grant's SS19 resort collection.
The dress marks the third occasion the royal has opted for Grant during her royal tour, having previously worn a trench coat and different dress from the Australia brand.
Martin Grant striped cotton dress, £1,062
She sported the floaty look in the morning, arriving to meet Prime Minister S. Akilisi Pohiva and members of the cabinet at Tonga's St George Building.
She teamed the look with suede green heels and a nude-coloured clutch bag.
Day 11, 26th October - Outfit 2
To unveil The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy at Tupou College this afternoon, Markle dazzled in a beautiful now sold-out bold blue shift (available in red ) from US read-to-wear brand Veronica Beard.
Veronica Beard 'Cary' belted crepe midi dress, £525
The dress was a similar shae to the Fijian blue gown she wore earlier this week to her first formal dinner as a royal.
Day 11, 26th October - Outfit 3
Meghan Markle has, without a doubt, nailed her royal tour wardrobe with her latest look. Done. Finito. C'est fini. Give her the medal, now.
Stepping out for the Australian Geographic Society Awards with Prince Harry today, the Duchess of Sussex looked like a real-life princess in an Oscar de la Renta Pre-Fall 2018 'Scribble' dress (similar available )
The gown features a cropped tulle skirt and a sheer lace neckline with black bonded looped ribbon laser-cut birds.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA Sequined appliquéd tulle gown, £10,845
She paired the look with a pair of .
The 37-year-old wore her hair down in waves for the occasion, undoubtedly styled by her go-to stylist George Northwood, who has accompanied her on the tour.
Day 10, 25th October - Outfit 1
This morning, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry touched down in Nadi, Western Fiji, where they were greeted with a welcome ceremony at the airport.
Dressed in a forest green shift dress by Canadian fashion designer , the mother-to-be accessorised her look with black suede and a pair of statement gold drop earrings.
JASON WU ruched detail sleeveless dress, £2,229
The event saw the royal couple unveil a new status which commemorated British-Fijian soldier Sergent Talaisai Labalaba, who lost his life in the 1972 Battle of Mirbat.
Day 10 - Outfit 2
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry landed in Tonga today for the third leg of their first official tour 'Down Under'.
Arriving at Fua’amotu Airport, the couple were greeted by Princess Angelika Latufuipeka, as they walked hand-in-hand down the steps to disembark their flight.
Self-portrait tie-detailed asymmetric satin midi dress, £355
Meghan changed into a red long-sleeved dress by for the occasion, which featured an embroidered floral embellishment. The dress was notably a nod to Tonga whose flag is the same vibrant red hue.
Royal fans were quick to notice the royal's outfit had the returns label which was visible below the hemline at the back of the dress.
The 37-year-old added a pair of black heels and a black clutch bag to complement her look.
Day 10 - Outfit 3
For their first official engagement in Tonga, Meghan Markle stunned in a floor-length white gown by New York designer .
The dress featured embellished details on the shoulder and was teamed with a beautiful aquamarine ring from her late mother-in-law Princess Diana's collection, which appears to be the .
She styled her hair in her signature up do that was noticeably higher bun that her usual low chignon. She teamed the look with her favourite , a Givenchy clutch bag and Birds earrings.
The couple walked into the event which was an official reception and dinner, which will be followed by traditional Tongan entertainment.
Day 9, 24th October - Outfit 1
For her second day in Fiji, the pregnant royal stepped out in a boho, floral wrap dress.
Creating a slightly 60’s inspired do, with a small beehive, the mother-to-be looked equal parts relaxed and put together in the Frederica dress from , a brand inspired by travel.
Figue, Fredericka dress, £1,250
The Frederica dress is said to be inspired by Frida Kahlo, with the dress being made with dancing in mind.
She accessorised the ruffled dress with an woven clutch and that she wore earlier on in her tour, for her trip to a marketplace in Suva, the Fijian capital.
The former actress was visiting female stall holders involved in the UN Women's project 'Markets for Change' after she had carried out a talk at University of South Pacific campus.
Day 8, 23rd October - Outfit 1
Arriving in Fiji earlier this morning, Meghan Markle recreated her wedding day look, opting for a formal with a Stephen Jones matching-coloured hat.
Stepping off the plane with her husband, Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex looked effortlessly chic as she met with well-wishers, showing off her favourite and heels for the occasion.
A closer inspection of the stater's look and you'll see the mum-to-be was also wearing a pair of pearl and diamond earrings gifted to her by the Queen. She first debuted the pair of exquisite jewellery during her earlier this summer.
She complemented the look with a beautiful bracelet gifted to her by her father-in-law Print Charles.
Arriving at Suva’s Nausori airport, Harry and Meghan were first greeted by Melanie Hopkins - the High Commissioner - and chief of protocol, Jonetani Tagivetaua.
The 37-year-old was presented with a bouquet of flowers by a flower girl from the chiefly island of Bau, the island home of Ratu Apensia Cakobau, who ceded Fiji to Britain in 1874.
Day 8, 23rd October - Outfit 2
Stepping out for a black tie dinner at the Grand Pacific Hotel on Tuesday night, Meghan opted for the Ginkgo cape dress by London-based brand , hours after with her husband.
And the striking shade of dress, which is the colour of Fiji's national flag, wasn't a coincidence. Continuing the royal family's tradition of diplomatic dressing, it was the mother-to-be's way of paying tribute to the country she is visiting through her clothes.
For her first formal look since her wedding day in May, the Duchess wore a pair of dazzling earrings.
Kensington Palace confirmed that the jewels were 'borrowed' and as royal correspondent , it's most likely that they were lent to her by the Queen, who visited the same hotel on her 1953 royal tour.
Day 7, 22nd October - Outfit 1
Days after celebrating the opening of the , Meghan Markle is enjoying a day out with her husband Prince Harry today with a visit of Australia's Fraser Island.
Meghan looked stylish as she stepped out of a car in a to meet her husband, who arrived at Kingfisher jetty by boat following his solo visit to the historic McKenzie Jetty nearby this morning.
The striped maxi dress - which is now sold out - features a high leg split and costs just £166. The royal paired the look with a pair of her favourite lace-up sandals and .
Day 6, 21st October - Outfit 1
Following her busy programme in Australia thus far, Meghan Markle stayed back for the morning events, but was back in actions for morning sailing wearing an Invictus windbreaker, with , , and unidentified turtleneck and jeans
Later in the day, the pregnant royal visited a reception hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia at The Pavilion Restaurant. Swapping out her trainers and sunglasses, Markle wore her trusty , and a chic pinstriped blazer from and a perfectly clashing bag from .
Oroton, Avalon zip top crossbody bag, £171
L'Agence, Brea pinstriped linen and cotton-blend balzer, £510
Day 5, 20th October - Outfit 1
For the opening of the ANZAC memorial, Meghan stunned in an elegant black featuring white buttons.
Emilia Wickstead, Camila wool-crepe midi dress, £1,595
She accessorised the look with a black and a matching clutch bag. Meanwhile, she styled her hair in her newly-adopted half up do in loos waves.
Meanwhile, her husband wore his Blues & Royals tropical dress, medals & KCVO for the occasion.
Day 5, 20th October - Outfit 2
On Saturday, Meghan and Harry kicked off the 2018 Invictus Games with the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Cockatoo Island.
For the occasion, Meghan wore a tailored white from the brand's 2018 collection. She teamed the look with a pair of slim-cut black and a pair of black pointed-toe, slingback with a bow.
She accessorised the look with a pair of with yellow tortoiseshell frames.
Day 5, 20th October - Outfit 3
For the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games in Sunday, Meghan recycled one of her favourite Stella McCartney navy-blue dresses paired with a matching hued coat.
Gillian Anderson soft wool swing coat, £395
Actress Anderson later thanked the royal for selecting one her designs from her capsule collection for Winter, tweeting: Thank you Meghan for wearing my #GAWinserLondon Swing Coat to the @InvictusSydney opening ceremony! You're beautiful! @WinserLondon'
The pregnant royal styled her hair into her signature low bun with a few loose tresses to frame her face. She kept her makeup to a minimum, opting for a smokey eye and natural foundation, and accessorised with a small clutch.
Day 4, 19th October - Outfit 1
For her first engagement of day four of the royal tour, Meghan Markle wore a delightful striped dress to Bondi Beach.
Designed by , the pleated and structured maxi matched the relaxed proceedings, and she paired the look with a mid-height ponytail that is quickly become her tour go-to ‘do.
The Duchess was wearing , however, went shoeless for her time with her neon-clad hosts.
She looked at ease whilst she met with the founders and members of OneWave, who are a local surfing community group that raises awareness for mental health.
Day 4, 19th October - Outfit 2
For the second-half of day four the mother-to-be wore the duo-toned ‘ by .
For the more formal afternoon where she visited Macarthur Girls High School and went on to meet Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jenny, as well as the Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and his wife Chloe, she accessorised with ’s ‘Legend’ suede pumps in beige (available in black, ).
It is believed she paired the sleek outfit with , alongside the same brand’s .
Day 3, 18th October - Outfit 1
Now in Melbourne for a reception at Goverment House, the expectant mother wore a navy blue dress, called the 'folded sail dress'. Australian designer Lee spoke to the Herald Sun about the Duchess' outing in the dress, which caused his website to crash from all its visitors.
He said of Markle in his dress, 'I think Meghan brings a sophistication and ease to the designs; she is relatable to people and that relaxed sophistication is at the core of our brand.'
Lee created the stylish, asymmetric dress especially for the Duchess, he explained, 'We custom-made the gown at her request and it’s so special to see the product on Meghan.
'She looks beautiful and we are so grateful for the worldwide exposure she has given the brand.'
Thankfully, the dress, which is retailing for £666.19, is , though you won't be able to get your mitts on it until early 2019.
The Duchess paired the sleek dress with navy Manolo Blahnik BB pumps, (which are sold out, but ) a , as well as a .
Ever the clever packer, the former actress also re wore the classic trench she donned on her first day in the country, said to be the coat.
Day 3, 18th October - Outfit 2
To be beach-clean ready, the mother-to-be kept her coat on, but swapped out her Dion Lee number for a and her Manolos for .
Day 2, 17th October
For her first day in Dubbo and the second day of hers and Prince Harry’s major royal tour of Australia, Meghan a top from , jeans by , boots from and a grey blazer from her best friend and tennis star .
Serena Williams Boss Oversized Blazer, £110
She teamed the look with a relaxed low ponytail - the first time we've seen Meghan rock this look for a public outing.
Day 1, 16th October - Outfit 1
For the first day of her royal tour of Australia with husband Prince Harry, Meghan Markle paid sweet tribute to Princess Diana, hours after announcing her pregnancy.
Stepping out in Sydney, the mother-to-be wore a pair of stunning gold butterfly earrings to complement her form-fitting ivory shift dress (appropriately dubbed the ) by Sydney-based designer Karen Gee and nude-coloured suede .
The Princess of Wales was seen wearing the identical pair of earrings during a trip to Canada with Prince Charles in May 1986. The appearance occurred a year and a half after Diana gave birth to Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Sussex - who is believed to be approximately 12 weeks pregnant - also accessorised her look with a gold bracelet adorned with blue stones which once belonged to her late mother-in-law.
This isn't first time the Duchess had paid tribute to her husband's late mother with her attire.
On her wedding day on 19 May, she wore an that previously belonged to Princess Diana to the wedding reception at Frogmore House. Meghan's also includes two diamonds from Diana's personal collection.
Day 1,16th October - Outfit 2
Later in the day, the Duchess attended an afternoon reception at Admiralty House, hosted by the Governer-General Sir Peter Cosgrove.
For the occasion, the 37-year-old changed into a Brandon Maxwell khaki shirt dress (available in red) that skimmed her small bump. She accessorised the look with the same jewellery as earlier in the day.
The Duchess switched up her look with her now-signature low chignon.
Maxwell is one of Meghan's go-to designers it would seem, months after the Duchess wore a beautiful for a Commonwealth Youth event in London back in July.