The House of Sussex brought the feels on day two of their royal tour. There was lots of romance–from hand holding under arches, to kisses and cute couple strolls, the pair did not disappoint. For the first engagement of the day, the Duchess of Sussex was casual and chic in her contemporary clothing for an outing at Monwabisi Beach where she donned a Madewell jean jacket. The California born brunette had previously worn the style while filming in Toronto in April of 2017 where she opted for a jean on jean ensemble. The classic topper in ‘pinter wash’ is great for daytime and offers comfort and versatility.

In addition, the jacket is a great layering piece and can be worn with dresses, dark denim or skirts.


Meghan paired the cool-girl denim jacket with rolled sleeves with another fashion flashback–her slim fit J.Crew shirt in Irish Linen. Meghan loves the tailored shirt which is perfect for travel and looks polished even paired with distressed skinny jeans. The former Suits star wore the look for a trip to Austin where she also donned mirrored J.Crew ‘Fanny’ cat-eye sunglasses.


After their beach visit, Harry and Meghan went to see the work of Waves for Change, an organization that provides mental health services. Meghan kept to her beach attire–with skinny black denim from Mother Denim in the shade ‘Not Guilty.’

For a handbag, Meghan bucked the traditional clutch or crossbody for a canvas tote with a handle drop from Madewell. The tote can be personalized but no word on whether Meghan’s included any lettering though it’s quite possible as her recent Cuyana bag at Wimbledon was emblazoned with the letter ‘M.’


For shades and shoes, Meghan opted for pieces already in her wardrobe including Le Specs Bandwagon Sunglasses in Black Tortoise as well as a pair of  Brother Vellies Huaraches Flats in Whiskey that she wore to watch Prince Harry play polo.

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Following their trip to the beach, Meghan did a quick change for a visit to the Auwal Mosque where the duchess opted for an olive green maxi dress made of recycled tissue nylon by the brand STAUD.

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The new mom also wore Sam Edelman ‘Sally’ flats in Oatmeal suede for the trip to Bo Kaap.

Meghan and Harry finished off the day at the British High Commissioner’s Residence where the couple shared affectionate glances and lots of time talking with young leaders. Earlier in the day, the pair gave each other a sweet kiss and more couple cuteness was seen at the nighttime outing.

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For the final engagement of the day, Meghan recycled a striped Martin Grant Maxi dress which she paired with Flora Leaf Earrings by Nina Bosch. The duchess previously wore the long knife pleated dress for a trip to Bondi Beach on the Royal Tour Oceania.

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