The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a busy schedule on their 15th day of the royal tour. The duo started the morning in Auckland contending with some wet weather and ominous skies. The parents-to-be were undeterred and headed to the North Shore to dedicate a 20 hectare area of native bush to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy.
Meghan and Harry also participated in some local traditions including Welly Wanging. The duchess beat her husband in the shoe throwing contest as children from the ‘Trees for Survival’ group watched and cheered.
For this casual morning outing, Duchess Meghan went for a low-key ensemble.
The duchess selected a Karen Walker Fathom jacket in dark navy.
For a rain jacket, Meghan wore the Official QEII National Trust waterproof jacket which is not available to the public.
For a t-shirt topper, Meghan selected Lavender Hill Clothing Company Scoop Neck T-Shirt.
And Meghan spent some time with the children from ‘Trees for Survival’ digging and planting trees.
To complete her outdoor outfit, Meghan finished the look with gray faded skinny jeans. The duchess wore J.Crew toothpick jeans in Charcoal Wash.
Meghan completed her rainy day ensemble with Muck Boot Reign Tall Riding Boots.
Meghan completed the look with two of her most worn accessories on the tour. She added her Boh Runga Discologo studs and a tattoo diamond pendant by Jessica McCormack.
For the second outfit of the day, Meghan opted for a familiar dress and trench. Prince Harry and Meghan went for a walkabout on Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour.
The duchess opted for a sheath dress similar to the Brandon Maxwell yellow crepe dress she wore previously.
Meghan and Harry also visited Pillars–a charity organization supporting children with parents in prison. The duchess and duke accompanied the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on the visit. Meghan received a beautiful bouquet of flowers and met some of the children from the organization.
For the Auckland activities, Meghan added a Burberry Maythorne Silk trench (sold out). The duster style jacket features puffed sleeves and mulberry silk fabrication.
Meghan completed the look with her Stuart Weitzman Legend suede pumps in Haze Beige.
For accessories, Meghan once again selected her Boh Runga earrings-a gift from the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardem.
For the final look of the day, Meghan went for another item from her closet. Indeed, the duchess selected a navy number for a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum hosted by the Prime Minister that she had worn in London.
The duchess had previously worn the double breasted navy dress with an asymmetric hem to watch her Prince play polo.
The chic double breasted dress features a high-low hemline as well as a round neckline and faux flap pockets. The dress is similar in style and design to some of Meghan’s other tuxedo and midi dresses.
Meghan carried her Dior Bee Navy Clutch.
Meghan’s earrings were yellow gold and white topaz teardrop earrings.
The earrings were sent as a gift to Meghan by British jeweler Emily Mortimer following her engagement to Prince Harry.
A closer look at the $453 ‘Nova’ earrings from Emily Mortimer.
And the duchess wore new Aquazzura cutout pumps in a taupe shade.