The Duke and Duchess of Sussex departed Sydney for their final leg of the royal tour. The couple are off to Wellington, New Zealand to meet with mayor and prime minister as well as take part in a walkabout and welcome reception.
For this occasion, the Duchess of Sussex wore a Hugo Boss Eodora Dress in a burgundy shade. The dress is labeled as a ‘slim fit soft jersey dress in dark pink’–it features a high neckline, detachable belt and cropped sleeves.
She added her Cuyana Mini Chain Saddle Bag.
And she wore her Casablanca peach suede ankle strap pumps.
Meghan added what’s believed to be Paspaley Lavalier circlé pearls earrings in rose gold (thanks Meghan’s fashion).
A better look at the earrings.
For the arrival into Wellington, Meghan changed into a comfortable black dress and a trench coat. The royal couple were met with windy conditions and greeted by Prime Minister Jacinda Arden.
Meghan wore her comfortable ASOS Maternity Wiggle dress along with a Karen Walker Banks trench coat in mocha.
The coat is described in greater detail on the Karen Walker website:
A tailored coat with glam-meets-utility detail is a Karen Walker signature. Cut in a mid-weight plaid suiting, the Banks Trench features a traditional double-breasted front, exaggerated lapel and storm flap, co-ordinating button fastenings, and deep front pockets. Create definition at the waist with the belt or wear undone for a casual look, to elevate everything from denim to tailoring. This is a wardrobe classic that will never date.
Meghan added her Birks Muse Citrine and Diamond Drop Earrings.
She completed the look with her Sarah Flint Jay Pumps.
In the evening, Meghan swapped her budget-friendly black wiggle ASOS look for a more formal and glamorous statement dress. The Duke and Duchess attended a reception hosted the Governor General celebrating the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand.
Meghan delivered a powerful speech discussing feminism and the right to vote as she remarked, “Bravo New Zealand for championing this right 125 years ago, for the women who well deserved to have an active voice, an acknowledged vote, and for all of the people that this achievement has paved the way for, globally.”
Meghan delivered her moving speech under a large portrait of Queen Elizabeth.
On this occasion, Meghan opted for a Gabriela Hearst dress.
The duchess wore the brand’s Navy Herve dress with modified cap sleeves.
Meghan added her Dior Bee Navy Clutch.
And possibly the Stuart Weitzman Nudist strappy black sandals.
For jewelry, Meghan added a Tattoo Diamond Pendant by Jessica McCormack and Birks Snowflake Round Jacket earrings.
And a look at her Birks earrings for the evening.