Suits actress, LouisvuittonShop contributing writer and now the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle's most stylish looks.
Arriving at the London Palladium, the pregnant royal looked sparkly in a £895 sequin halter-neck top with a leaf pattern and a £850 maxi skirt by London-based designer , whose clothing she first wore .
She teamed the look with a black and gold clutch bag, , and from Canadian jewellery brand Birks.
The royal wore a navy peacoat dress with bateau neckline - similar to her wedding dress silhouette - accessorised with a velvet fascinator.
The ensemble was reminiscent of the pink look she wore back in June 2018 when she attended the Queen's Young Leaders Awards.
For the occasion, the 37-year-old wore a smart black ensemble which is widely believed to have consisted of a coat by with structured shoulder detail and black buttons, and a pair of Vanesssa Tugenthaft 'Precious' earrings.
Meghan Markle sporting a tie-detail coat (similar available here), over a black off-the-shoulder sheath dress by to Royal Albert Hall on Saturday.
The event - which was the first Remembrance service attended by Markle since she joined the royal family earlier this year - saw the pregnant star team the look with a shaggy deer faux leather crossbody bag, her favourite Manolo Blahnik black suede BB pumps, and earrings by Zofia Day
Looking super cosy, Meghan borrowed her handsome beau’s puffer jacket to keep herself warm, over her faithful top, jeans and .
Wearing a blue top and skirt the former Suits star took a moment to hug and play with a little local girl.
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.
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.
Re- wearing her nude-coloured suede , Markle wore another trench, and a custom cream shift dress.
For the overcast days outdoors, Markle wore , with , a and a .
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 ().
The former actress wore a raincoat, her and .
Markle wore the , the she has been seen wearing before this tour and the by .
Markle wore a blue dress, with modified straps to give her speech in New Zealand.
Alongside the sustainable gown, the Duchess wore sandals and .
The 37 year-old paired her tour staple heels with a Karen Walker trench coat (available to ) and an .
Flying out of Sydney Airport Meghan Markle rewore her from the night before, with a and a .
For the emotional speech the 37 year-old wore an olive green tuxedo dress and a pair of Aquazzura .
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 .
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 ).
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.
Meghan Markle opted for a cotton green and white striped dress from .
She teamed the look with suede green heels and a nude-coloured clutch bag.
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 teamed the look with her favourite , a Givenchy clutch bag and Birds earrings.
Meghan wore a red long-sleeved dress by for her trip to Tonga, which featured an embroidered floral embellishment.
In Western Fiji Markle was 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.
For her second day in Fiji, the pregnant royal stepped out in a boho, floral wrap dress called the Frederica dress from , a brand inspired by travel.
She accessorised the ruffled dress with a woven clutch and that she wore earlier on in her tour, for her trip to a marketplace in Suva, the Fijian capital.
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 .
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.
Arriving in Fiji, 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.
Meghan looked stylish in a with a pair of her favourite lace-up sandals and .
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 .
For a morning of sailing Markle wore an Invictus windbreaker, with , , and unidentified turtleneck and jeans