Meghan’s £118K royal tour wardrobe!

Meghan’s £118K royal tour wardrobe! How designer labels and bespoke clothing to accommodate her bump pushed the Duchess’ 41 outfits beyond the value of what Kate wears in a YEAR

  • Meghan’s 16-day royal tour is finally coming to an end, 41 outfit changes later
  • Has sported high end labels such as Jason Wu, Givenchy and Brandon Maxwell
  • Many items have been adjusted or made specially because of her pregnancy 
  • The value of Meghan’s tour wardrobe exceeds Kate’s new outfits for 2017  
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She’s been through an incredible 41 outfit changes since touching down in Sydney on 15th October, so it’s no wonder the final tally for the Duchess of Sussex’s royal tour wardrobe is rather eye-watering. 

In the past 16 days, Meghan has worn clothing to the value of almost £118,000, including designer labels such as Givenchy, Jason Wu and Brandon Maxwell. 

It’s a particularly eye-watering total given that the Duchess of Cambridge wore new clothing valued at £117,000 throughout the course of 2017.  

In fact, the only remotely thrifty piece Meghan sported during the tour was a £35 ASOS maternity dress – teamed with a £432 coat and £1,700 earrings.

And given the fact that she’s expecting, many of her garments will have needed to be adjusted or made specially for her to accommodate her growing bump.

The Duchess of Sussex wore £2,210 of Givenchy, during a walkabout at the Rotorua Government Gardens on her final day in New Zealand – just one of the designer ensembles that pushed the value of her royal tour wardrobe well past the £100K mark 

The breathtaking Oscar De La Renta gown, estimated to have cost £10K, which Meghan wore to the Australian Geographic Society Awards in Sydney was one of the most eye-wateringly expensive looks of the royal tour 

Meghan set the tone for the tour ahead during her first engagements in Sydney wearing a £972 Karen Gee ‘Blessed’ dress and a Martin Grant trench coat, costing £1,287

For instance, the red Self Portrait dress she wore on arrival in Tonga was a bespoke version of one that’s currently on sale, while the designer behind the Theia gown she wore to a reception in Fiji revealed he’d had to ‘remake it with extra seam allowance’. 

While some designers lend clothes to celebrities and royals, or offer a discount, it’s unlikely that bespoke clothing would be either loaned or cheaply made.  

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‘When something is made bespoke it does limit it being returned,’ celebrity stylist Rochelle White told Femail. 

‘However, Meghan knows that she will get wear out of the items and I don’t thinking returning them would really be an option for her anyway.’

The Duchess of Sussex wore a bespoke version of a £703 ‘folded sail’ dress by Dion Lee to a reception at Melbourne’s Government House, one of many items customised to accommodate her growing bump 

While some of the expensive jewellery, shoes and accessories were already in Meghan’s wardrobe, the pregnant Duchess has showcased a huge range of new looks during the tour.

Over the course of three days, she wore three pairs of designer sunglasses 

Her only recycled pieces, aside from shoes and jewellery, were a Stella McCartney cape dress she previously worn to the Queen’s birthday celebrations, and an Antonio Berardi ruffle midi dress first spotted as she supported Prince Harry at a polo match. 

There she goes! The Duchess of Sussex has a very fancy sunglasses selection, including this pair of £168 (US$220/AU$308) Karen Walker frames, which she wore to visit Fraser Island

Stylish: Meghan has also worn £183 ($US$240/AU$336) illesteva Palm Beach Sunglasses (left), and £240 (US$315/AU$440) Krewe frames (right)

Rochelle says that despite the high value of Meghan’s wardrobe, it’s only natural that she wanted to represent the UK and the royal family in the best possible light on her first major overseas tour. 

‘I think that Meghan wanted to make sure that she was on par with Kate, not in a competitive space, but more knowing that some people might pick up on this.,’ she explained. 

‘Meghan is aware that all eyes are on her and she wanted to make sure she looked her best at all times. This was a way for her to, yes, put her best foot forward.’

How much has the Duchess of Sussex’s royal tour wardrobe cost so far?

By Unity Blott 

Total to date: £117,934.62

Day one: Monday 15th October

Sydney: Arriving at Sydney Airport 

The couple were in good spirits as they touched down in Sydney on Monday 15th October, hand-in-hand and surrounded by their entourage. Onlookers noticed Meghan appeared to be covering her black and maroon Givenchy coat with a plastic folder – and with good reason, as the couple announced their pregnancy news later that day

  • Givenchy navy and maroon wool coat: Approx £2,000
  • Karen Walker ‘Temptation’ stud earrings: £172.61 
  • Sarah Flint Jay pumps: £478 
  • Wolford Portland Turtleneck: £160 

OUTFIT TOTAL: £2,810.62

Sydney: Walking in the gardens of Admiralty House

Just hours after announcing their baby news on Monday 15th October, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted walking in the gardens of Sydney’s Admiralty House

  • Misha Nonoo black pleated Saturday skirt: £192.49 
  • Sarah Flint Jay pumps: As above
  • Wolford Portland Turtleneck: As above


Day two: Tuesday 16th October 

Sydney, Taronga Zoo and Sydney Opera House

The couple kicked off their long list of engagements with a visit to Taronga Zoo before visiting Sydney Opera House. Tuesday also saw Meghan pay tribute to her late mother-in-law by wearing a pair of her butterfly earrings as well as one of her gold bangles

  • Karen Gee ‘Blessed’ dress: £972 
  • Stuart Weitzman Legend High Heel Pumps: £360 
  • Martin Grant trench coat: £1,287
  • Krewe ‘Gravier’ shades: £384.86 
  • Diana’s butterfly earrings and bangles: N/A 

OUTFIT TOTAL: £3,003.86

Sydney: Afternoon reception at Admiralty House

Meghan flawlessly pulled off a costume change as she returned to Admiralty House for a reception hosted by the Governor-General, swapping her white shift dress for a khaki green pleated button-up shirt dress, her most expensive piece of the tour so far

  • Brandon Maxwell dress: £1,728 
  • Dior Essence pumps in nude: £490
  • Princess Diana’s butterfly earrings and gold bracelet: N/A


Day three: Wednesday 17th October 

New South Wales: Dubbo community BBQ, Victoria Park

The Duchess of Sussex paid homage to Australian fashion in a pair high rise jeans by local brand Outland as she arrived in Dubbo on Wednesday. Meghan, 37, covered the first hints of her baby bump in an oversized white shirt by Maison Kitsune, teamed with an oversized grey check blazer from her friend Serena William’s fashion range

  • Outland Denim Harriet jean in Black: £140
  • Maison Kitsune white button-down collar shirt: £40
  • J. Crew Sadie ankle boots in suede: £178
  • Boss oversized blazer by Serena Williams: £109.95
  • Natalie Marie Precious Initial necklace: £272
  • Pascale Monvoisin Cauri Nº2 necklace: £295

OUTFIT TOTAL: £1,034.95

Day four: Thursday 18th October

Melbourne: Reception at Government House

After an early start, Meghan started off the day at Melbourne’s Government House wearing an elegant ‘folded sail’ dress from Australian label Dion Lee. She teamed the navy number with a Martin Grant trench coat, which she later removed (pictured)

  • Dion Lee Folded Sail dress: £703.23 
  • Gucci Sylvie chain bag: £1,510
  • Manolo Blahnik BB navy stilettos: £556  
  • Shaun Leane gold diamond cuff bangle: £995 
  • Martin Grant trench coat: As above 

OUTFIT TOTAL: £3,764.23

Melbourne: South Melbourne Beach 

After starting the day in a bussinesslike navy ensemble, Meghan later changed into flats to take a stroll along South Melbourne Beach. The shoes, from eco-friendly label Rothy’s, are made from recycled bottles once destined for landfill and cost £110

  • Club Monaco dress: £325.26 
  • Rothy’s pumps: £110
  • Martin Grant trench coat: As above 
  • Shaun Leane gold diamond cuff bangle: As above 


Day five: Friday 19th October

Sydney: Bondi Beach

Despite the damp and dreary conditions, Meghan looked radiant in a khaki maxi-dress from Melbourne-born designer Martin Grant’s 2019 Resort collection – teamed with Castaner espadrilles – as she touched down at Bondi Beach with Prince Harry

  • Martin Grant pleated stripe long dress: £1,080 
  • Castaner canvas wedge espadrilles: £80  
  • Adina Reyter teardrop pendant: £228 


Sydney: Macarthur Girls High School 

The royal couple visited Macarthur Girls High School on the fourth day of their whistle-stop tour of Australia. She wore a blue colour block midi dress from British label Roksanda’s pre-AW18 collection, teamed with her trusty Stuart Weitzman pumps and a white gold bracelet from her favourite jewellery designer, Maison Birks

  • Roksanda ‘Athena’ dress: £1,850
  • Stuart Weitzman nude pumps: As above 
  • Maison Birks 18ct white gold flex wrap bracelet: £2,538
  • Maison Birks topaz earrings: £498 


Day six: Saturday 20th October

Sydney: Opening the ANZAC War Memorial, Hyde Park

Harry and Meghan were greeted by adoring fans as they opened a new extension of the war memorial at Sydney’s Hyde Park in a surprise appearance. The couple arrived at Hyde Park with NSW Governor David Hurley, a former chief of the defence force

  • Emilia Wickstead ‘Camilla’ wool crepe dress: Approx £1,595
  • Philip Treacy OC 471 hat: Approx £780 
  • Tabitha Simmons ‘Millie’ shoes: £566.09  

OUTFIT TOTAL: £2,941.09

Sydney: Invictus Games Driving Challenge

Harry and Meghan traded their formal attire for casual looks as they took a boat across Sydney Harbour to Cockatoo Island for a special Invictus Games car challenge. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took the private vessel from Admiralty House in Kirribilli where they were staying a guest of Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove

  • Altazzura ‘Acacia’ blazer in white: £1,180
  • Mother ‘Looker’ skinny jeans in black: £159
  • Tabitha Simmons ‘Millie’ shoes: As above  
  • Illesteva ‘Palm Beach’ sunglasses: £182
  • Invictus Games branded black shirt: Approx £21.89

OUTFIT TOTAL: £1,542.98

Sydney: Invictus Games Opening Ceremony 

In a rare move, Meghan recycled a previously worn item when she joined Harry for the Invictus Games opening ceremony on Saturday night. She dug out a navy Stella McCartney cape dress first wore during the Queen’s birthday celebrations

  • Stella McCartney cape-back ‘Cady’ sheath dress: £1,526.17
  • Dior navy satin clutch: Approx £1,412.92
  • Gillian Anderson x Winser London swing coat: £395 
  • Stuart Weitzman Legend High Heel Pumps: As above 
  • Birks cushion cut sapphire and diamond earrings: £12,021.53

OUTFIT TOTAL: £15,355.62

Day seven: Sunday 21st October 

Sydney: Lunch reception, The Pavilion Restaurant

Meghan opted for head-to-toe monochrome when she joined Prince Harry for an Invictus Games lunch with the Australian Prime Minister in Sydney. After skipping an earlier engagement due to exhaustion, she arrived by car to join her husband for a lunch hosted by the Australian Prime Minister at the city’s trendy Pavilion Restaurant

  • L’Agence ‘Brea’ pinstriped linen and cotton-blend blazer: £510  
  • Aquazzura Deneuve Bow Pumps in black: £490 
  • Orton ‘Avalon’ zip top crossbody bag: £171
  • Outland Denim Harriet jean in Black: As above
  • Wolford Portland Turtleneck: As above  


Sydney: Invictus sailing race, Sydney Harbour

Following lunch on Sunday, the couple, who are expecting their first child together in Spring 2019, wrapped up in Invictus Games branded waterproof jackets as they headed out into Sydney Harbour to take in the action at a sailing event

  • Invictus Games branded waterproof: Approx £87.45 
  • Veja perforated toe sneakers: £115 
  • Black jeans: As above
  • Krewe ‘Gravier’ shades: As above 
  • Wolford Portland Turtleneck: As above   

OUTFIT TOTAL: £202.45 

Day eight: Monday 22nd October

Queensland: Arriving at Kingfisher Bay, Fraser Island 

The Duchess channelled Pretty Woman in a casual polka dot dress from & Other Stories when she touched down on Fraser Island. The Duchess remained at the luxury resort where she and Harry were staying on the island for a much-needed rest

  • & Other Stories Waist Knit Midi Dress: £89
  • Sarah Flint ‘Grear’ sandals: £277
  • Karen Walker ‘Northern Lights’ sunglasses: £221


Queensland: Exploring Kingfisher Bay, Fraser Island 

The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in one of her most daring ensembles yet when she sported a thigh-flashing dress on Fraser Island on Monday. Meghan, 37, wore the Reformation ‘Pineapple’ dress to explore the Australian tourist spot – where temperatures hit a balmy 24°C on Monday – with Prince Harry

  • Reformation ‘Pineapple’ dress: £166.56 
  • Sarah Flint ‘Grear’ sandals: As above 
  • Karen Walker ‘Northern Lights’ sunglasses: As above 


Sydney: Garden party at Government House

Meghan wore a £1,536 Jason Wu ruched-trim sleeveless crepe sheath day dress to a private reception for Invictus Athletes at Government House in Sydney 

  • Jason Wu ruched-trim sleeveless crepe sheath day dress : £1,536
  • Jimmy Choo black ‘J Box’ clutch: £750
  • Aquazzura Deneuve Bow Pumps in powder pink: £490 


Day nine: Tuesday 23rd October

Queensland: Leaving Hervey Bay Airport

The duchess, who is pregnant with her first child, boarded a Qantas jet on 23 October in an old linen shirt from J.Crew teamed with skinny jeans (pictured), before emerging on the other side in an elegant white dress from Australian label Zimmermann

  • J. Crew linen shirt: £77.47
  • Aquazzura DJ mules: £490 
  • Outland skinny jeans: As above
  • Karen Walker sunglasses: As above  
  • Adina Reyter Pavé Teardrop Necklace: As above 
  • Pascale Monvoisin Cauri Nº2 Necklace: As above

OUTFIT TOTAL:  £567.47 

Fiji: Arriving at at Nausori Airport 

While on board the plane to Fiji, Meghan changed into an unusually demure white dress by Australian label Zimmermann (pictured), a label generally known for its statement prints and fabrics. She emerged at Nausori Airport looking glowing and refreshed

  • Custom Zimmermann dress: Approx £600
  • Stephen Jones hat: Approx £2,000
  • Kayu Anna clutch bag: £173.52 
  • Earrings: A gift from the Queen (N/A)
  • Bracelet: A gift from the Prince of Wales (N/A) 
  • Tabitha Simmons ‘Millie’ shoes: As above  

OUTFIT TOTAL: £2,773.52

Fiji: Black tie reception at the Grand Pacific Hotel

The Duchess of Sussex showed off her growing baby bump as she attended a lavish black tie reception with Prince Harry on the first day of their royal visit to Fiji on Tuesday 23 October. She wore a Ginkgo cape dress from SAFiYAA in ‘Fijian blue’ (pictured)

  • SAFiYAA ‘Ginkgo’ cape dress: £1,095 
  • Diamond drop earrings: N/A (on loan)
  • Manolo Blahnik BB navy stilettos: As above


Day 10: Wednesday 24 October

Fiji: University of the South Pacific; local market in Suva

Meghan beamed in a vibrant red gown on Wednesday morning as she walked hand-in-hand with Prince Harry to the University of the South Pacific in Suva (pictured), before visiting a local market. She paired the red number with Castaner espadrilles

  • Figue ‘Frederica’ dress: £1,250
  • Castaner canvas wedge espadrilles: As above    
  • Shaun Leane ‘Serpent’ trace slim bracelet: £593
  • Karen Walker ‘Temptation’ stud earrings: As above
  • Hand woven cloth bag: Approx £20


Day 11: Thursday 25th October

Fiji: Departing Nadi Airport 

The Duchess of Sussex started the day in a forest green Jason Wu design as she waved of her hosts at Nadi Airport in Fiji (pictured), before going on to change her outfit twice after touching down in Tonga. She teamed the dress with her Manolo Blahnik heels

  • Jason Wu Collection fitted mid-length dress: Approx £2,229  
  • Pippa Small Peepal leaf earrings: £3,175
  • Pippa Small ‘Oshna’ bangle: £115
  • Pippa Small ‘Omeen’ bangle: £160
  • Dior navy satin clutch: As above 
  • Manolo Blahnik BB navy stilettos: As above 


Tonga: Arriving at Fua’amotu Airport, Nuku’alofa 

Meghan, 37, battled the elements as she and Harry disembarked the private jet at Fua’amotu Airport on Thursday in a £380 Self Portrait dress, teamed with Manolo Blahnik pumps. There was further embarrassment for the duchess as eagle-eyed royal watchers noticed the price tag was still hanging off her designer frock

  • Self Portrait customised pleated floral gown: Approx £380
  • Dior navy satin clutch: As above 
  • Manolo Blahnik BB navy stilettos: As above 


Tonga: Evening reception at the Royal Palace, Nuku’alofa 

Meghan and Harry met the King of Tonga on Thursday evening for a glittering reception and dinner, formally kicking off the Fiji leg of the royal tour. The duchess stunned in a dress by Theia Couture, described as a ‘cap sleeve beaded silk satin column gown’

  • Theia Couture column gown: Approx £1,000
  • Givenchy satin clutch with jewellery clasp: £1,390  
  • Birks ‘Snowflake Snowstorm’ diamond earrings in white gold: £7,137.36  
  • Aquazzura Deneuve Bow Pumps in black: As above 
  • Princess Diana’s Aquamarine Ring: N/A 

OUTFIT TOTAL: £9,527.36

Day 12: Friday 26th October

Tonga: Meeting with the Prime Minister, Nuku’alofa

The Duchess met with the Prime Minister of Tonga, S. Akilisi Pohiva, with Harry in Nuku’alofa on Friday morning. Meghan wore a striped dress by Australian designer Martin Grant and the Manolo Blahnik BB heels she wore at Prince Louis’ christening

  • Martin Grant Striped Cotton Dress: £1,062  
  • Prada Bibliothèque Bag: £1,280 
  • Manolo Blahnik BB pumps in Olive: £495
  • Birks ‘Bee Chic’ white quartz earrings: £205   


Tonga: Tupou College, Tongatapu

Meghan changed into an all-blue ensemble as she and Harry attended the unveiling of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy at Tupou College on Friday. The pregnant Duchess looked stylish in a Veronica Beard shirt dress and pale blue heels

  • Veronica Beard Cary Dress: £464
  • Madison 12-Hour Side Cut-Out Pump: £95
  • Adina Reyter 14k Gold Three Diamond Amigos Curve Posts: £388.54 
  • Pippa Small Aquamarine Double Colette Pendant: £1,400  

OUTFIT TOTAL: £2,347.54 

Sydney: Australian Geographic Society Awards 

Just hours after touching down in Australia on Friday, Meghan had changed into a stunning Oscar de la Renta designer gown – teamed with her BB pumps – to attend the Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards at the Shanghai-La hotel

  • Custom Oscar de la Renta gown: Approx £10,000
  • Aquazzura Deneuve Bow Pumps in black: As above 

OUTFIT TOTAL:  £10,000

Day 13: Saturday 27th October  

Sydney: Invictus Games wheelchair basketball final

The Duchess of Sussex wore a £429 Theodore Scanlan crepe knit jacket for the Invictus Games wheelchair basketball final at the Quay centre on Saturday 27th October, teamed with her trusty Outland skinny jeans and favourite Sarah Flint pumps

  • Theodore Scanlan crepe knit jacket: £429
  • Shaun Leane Vermeil ‘Talon’ earring x2: 176
  • Outland ‘Harriet’ jeans: as above
  • Sarah Flint ‘Jay’ pumps: As above


Sydney: Invictus Games closing ceremony

For the Invictus Games closing ceremony, Meghan wore an Antonio Berardi tuxedo dress which is believed to cost around £1,500, paired with Aquazzura ‘Casablanca’ pumps and jewellery from new favourite Pippa Small 

  • Antonio Berardi tuxedo dress: around £1,500
  • Aquazzura ‘Casablanca’ pumps: £505
  • Natalie Marie dotted ‘Mana’ studs: £295.42
  • Pippa Small ‘Omeen’ bangle: As above 
  • Pippa Small ‘Oshna’ bangle: As above 

OUTFIT TOTAL: £2,300.42

Day 14: Sunday 28th October

Sydney: Boarding a Royal New Zealand Air Force aircraft

The Duchess of Sussex bid farewell to Australia in a showstopping burgundy dress by Hugo Boss on Sunday. She teamed a cotton jersey dress by Hugo Boss with a Cuyana mini chain saddle bag and her trusty Aquazzura ‘Casablanca’ pumps again

  • Boss by Hugo Boss slim-fit dress with detachable belt: £249
  • Cuyana mini chain saddle bag: £175.33
  • Aquazzura ‘Casablanca’ pumps: As above 


Wellington: Touching down in New Zealand

The Duchess of Sussex matched her trademark taste for high fashion with a budget black dress as she and Prince Harry touched down in Wellington for the next leg of their tour on Monday. Meghan paired a Karen Walker trench coat with a maternity dress before enjoying a traditional welcome ceremony on the lawns of Government House

  • Karen Walker ‘Banks’ trench coat: £432.65
  • ASOS Design maternity ‘wiggle’ dress: £35 
  • Sarah Flint Jay pumps: As above 
  • Birks Muse citrine and diamond drop earrings: £1,728.89 

 OUTFIT TOTAL: £2,196.54

Wellington: Speech at Government House

For her speech at Government House, Meghan wore a navy cocktail dress by New York-based Gabriela Hearst, modified to include delicate cap sleeves

  • Gabriela Hearst navy cocktail dress: Approx £1,944.20
  • Jessica McCormack tattoo diamond pendant: £8,800
  • Birks ‘Snowflake’ large round jacket earrings: £5,250
  • Dior ‘Bee’ navy leather pouch: As above

OUTFIT TOTAL: £15,994.20

Day 15: Monday 29th October

The Duchess of Sussex wore a Club Monaco trench coat over a Jac and Jack jumper and Outland Denim jeans to visit the cafe in Wellington, New Zealand on Monday

  • Club Monaco ‘Ellayne’ trench: Approx. £372.80
  • Jac + Jack ‘Trani’ sweater: £278.38
  • Stuart Weitzman ‘Veruka’ lace-up boots: £650.07 
  • Outland ‘Harriet’ jeans: As above 

OUTFIT TOTAL: £1,301.25

Wellington: Walking in Abel Tasman National Park

The royal couple strolled hand in hand in the drizzle at Abel Tasman National Park on Monday October 29th in Wellington, New Zealand. Meghan, 37, wore a raincoat from Falmouth-based brand Seasalt Cornwall teamed with her Outland jeans and trainers

  • Seasalt Cornwall raincoat: Approx £79.95
  • Stella McCartney x Stan Smith trainers: £235
  • Loro Piana cashmere silk scarf: £495.51 
  • Outland ‘Harriet’ jeans: As above 


Wellington: Visit to Courtenay Creative 

Harry and Meghan chatted to actors in costume at Courtenay Creative in Wellington on Monday marking the next leg of their New Zealand visit. The Duchess wore a white tuxedo dress by Maggie Marilyn, a Kiwi designer, teamed with her Manolo Blahniks

  • Maggie Marilyn ‘Leap of Faith’ dress: £520
  • Manolo Blahnik BB navy stilettos : As above 


Day 16: Tuesday 30th October

Auckland: Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy dedication 

The Duchess of Sussex donned a $575 (GBP £317) blazer by New Zealand designer, Karen Walker, which she paired with J. Crew Toothpick jeans and $219 (GBP £120) wellington boots by Muck as she arrived arrived to dedicate a 20-hectare area of native bush to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy in Auckland

  •  Karen Walker ‘fathom’ cropped jacket: £255.15
  • J. Crew ‘Toothpick’ jeans: £75
  • Muck Boots Company ‘Reign’ riding boots: £163.50
  • Boh Runga earrings (a gift from the Prime Minister): N/A
  • Lavender Hill Clothing scoop neck t-shirt: £34  


Auckland: Pillars charity launch 

The Duchess of Sussex ditched her Muck wellington boots for trusty Stuart Weitzman Legend stilettos, pairing them with a Brandon Maxwell customised version of the Flutter Sheath dress to launch Pillars children’s charity in Auckland

  • Brandon Maxwell flutter sleeve sheath dress (customised): Approx £1,728 
  • Burberry silk ‘Maythorne’ sleeved trench: Approx £1,880.77 
  • Stuart Weitzman Legend High Heel Pumps: As above 

OUTFIT TOTAL: £3,608.77

Auckland: Auckland War Museum 

The Duchess recycled a gown which she previously wore back in May 2017 for her first polo event with Harry early in their relationship, teamed with her Aquazzura Deneuve Bow Pumps, as she touched down at the Auckland War Memorial Museum

  • Antonio Berardi ruffle midi dress: £2,683
  • Dior navy satin clutch: As above 
  • Aquazzura Deneuve Bow Pumps in powder pink: As above
  • Emily Mortimer Nova White Gold White Topaz Earrings: £350 


Day 17: Wednesday 31st October

Rotorua: Welcome ceremony

For the final official day of the royal tour, the Duchess of Sussex wore a customised navy blue midi dress by Stella McCartney. Meghan also wore her Boh Runga Discologo Gold Earrings, which were given to her as a gift from the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, and a traditional necklace

  • Stella McCartney dress: £2,159 
  • Manolo Blahnik BB Pumps in Navy Suede (as above)
  • Boh Runga Discologo Gold Earrings (gifted)
  • Kiri Nathan Pounamu Necklace: (gifted)   


Rotorua: Government Gardens 

The Duchess wore a bespoke knitted top and pleated skirt by her wedding dress designer Givenchy, estimated to have cost £2,210, on her final day in New Zealand

  • Givenchy bespoke navy pleated Skirt:  £1,540
  • Givenchy bespoke knitted top: £670 
  • Manolo Blahnik BB Pumps in Navy Suede (as above)
  • Boh Runga Discologo Gold Earrings (gifted) 


Rotorua: Redwoods Tree Walk

Meghan rocked casual chic in Mother jeans and a £399 Norrøna oslo lightweight down850 jacket for a forest walk in Rotorua

  • Givenchy Bespoke Navy Crew Neck Sweater: (as above)
  • Norrøna oslo lightweight down850 jacket: £399
  • Birdies Black ‘Blackbird’ Flats: £94
  • Boh Runga Yellow Gold Earrings: (gifted)
  • Mother Denim ‘Looker’ Skinny Jeans: (as above)    

TOTAL TO DATE: £117,934.62


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