The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent the first part of day 14 of the royal tour visiting one of Wellington’s most iconic cafes.

The royal pair met with mental health workers at the Maranui Cafe on the Wellington Coast. Meghan even brought children waiting outside leftover cake and cookies from their lunch and the twosome consoled a boy who was made a bit starstruck and emotional by their presence. Prince Harry gave him a belly tickle while Meghan doted on the youngster.

For this daytime outing, Meghan wore a casual fall-friendly ensemble. She went for a chic black sweater and skinny black jeans with a comfy trench jacket with large lapel. For a bit of edginess, she added chunky block heel booties.

Dress Like a Duchess

COAT-Club Monaco Ellayne Trench Coat in Seaweed Green (Out of Stock)

SWEATER-Jac + Jack Black Trani Sweater

JEANS-Outland Denim Harriet High Waisted Jeans

BOOTS-Stuart Weitzman Veruka Lace Up Boots

Meghan and Harry’s second stop required a helicopter ride to a National Park. The couple walked the beaches of Abel Tasman National Park on the South Island. The royals were welcomed by a Maori tribe and followed up their celebratory greeting with a beachy jaunt where they encountered local wildlife including a Weka bird. In addition, the couple met with local children and posed for photographs while sharing umbrella duties.

Image: Governor General of NZ

For this outing, Meghan went for a bundled up look befitting the cool temperatures and rainy weather. Clad in sneakers, a lightweight rain jacket and fringed scarf, the duchess looked ready to brave the chilly forest.

Image Source: Department of Conservation-docgovtnz / Facebook

Dress Like a Duchess

JACKET-Seasalt Cornwall Lagoon Navy Rain Jacket

Similar to Meghan’s Jacket-the Isles of Sicily by Seasalt Cornwall

SHOES-Meghan wore the same Jac and Jack Sweater and Outland Harriet Jeans. She swapped her chunky heel suede block booties for Adidas Grosgrain Stan Smith Sneakers by Stella McCartney.

Available at Forward and SSense and Nordstrom 

Opting for minimal accessories, Meghan added earrings that were a gift from New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardem called the Boh Runga ‘Feather Kiss’ 9CT gold discologo studs.

 

For a fun evening out, Harry and Meghan visited Courtenay Creative where they met with a few costumed characters and local artists just in time for Halloween.

For this lively and spirited night on the town, Meghan opted for a white tuxedo double breasted mini dress with navy pumps.

DRESS LIKE A DUCHESS

COAT-Maggie Marilyn Leap of Faith Dress (Meghan’s dress was modified without sleeves). Available at NEIMAN MARCUS and LANE CRAWFORD and NET-A-PORTER.

COAT-Meghan added her Gillian Anderson Wool Navy Soft Swing Coat.

SHOES-Meghan completed the look with Manolo Blahnik Suede Navy BB Pointy Toe Pumps. Available at Barney’s New York.

JEWELRY-She added her Tattoo Diamond Pendant Necklace by Jessica McCormack.

 

 


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