Harry and Meghan are being given a hero’s welcome in Dubbo as the second day of their royal tour gets underway.
Today, the Sussexes will visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service, drought affected farmers as well as spend time with with locals. The couple will have morning tea with a local farming family and attend a Dubbo community BBQ with around 15,000 people expected. The local Australian news is covering every detail of their visit.
Many morning shows are broadcasting live coverage of the royal pair.
For today’s look, the Duke and Duchess opted for casual and comfortable clothing. Meghan styled her hair in a sleek low ponytail and opted for minimal delicate jewelry while Harry went for a denim button down shirt.
For this outing, Meghan went for a dressed down and easygoing style. The look might be one of her least expensive and most casual styles since becoming a royal. The Duchess honored her best friend with a sartorial salute and selected a Serena Williams Boss oversized blazer. The oversized blazer features a notched collar and patch pockets in a plaid print.
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In keeping with her casual chic style statement, the Duchess of Sussex selected an Oxford Fox Classic Shirt by Maison Kitsune (Thanks to Perths and Meghans Fashion). The logo embroidered shirt features a signature fox motif at the chest which is a symbol of versatility as the fox is easily adaptable.
For her jeans, Meghan went for Outland Denim Harriet high rise skinny jeans.
Meghan completed the look with J. Crew suede black ankle booties called the Sadie. The block ankle booties pair well with skirts, dresses and fall denim.
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For jewelry, Meghan wore her Adina Reyter 3 Amigos Curve Post earrings and her Pascale Monvoisin Cauri N°2 9-karat Rose Gold, Onyx And Diamond Necklace in Black.
As an additional note, Meghan generously baked banana bread the night before the engagement. The homemade treat reportedly had a hint of ginger according to one royal reporter.
And Benita Woodley, one of the bread’s recipients, said of Meghan: “She said if you go to someone’s house you always bring something, so she did. “She said she was worried about the bananas, that she’d put too many bananas in it. But the Duke said there’s never too many bananas.” Meghan’s bread was served with Fortnum and Mason Royal Blend Tea.