Meghan's royal tour fashion highlights

Meghan Markle's choice of clothes can make a brand

Meghan Markle's choice of clothes can make a brand

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have finished their first foreign tour as a married couple and will soon be leaving New Zealand following a jam-packed schedule.

The royal family fans have been drooling over the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Harry and Meghan ever since their wedding.

Bodysuits under sheer layers are nothing new when it comes to red carpet dressing, but for a royal, it's certainly a step in a new direction and had some fans worrying that Markle had suffered a wardrobe malfunction.

While leaving the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland alongside Prince Harry on Tuesday Meghan spotted a familiar face in the crowed and walked on over to say hi.

She also wore Māori cloak which, according to the creator, it acts "like a envelop them in strength, warmth, and ahora (love)". But, in between the fun and games and official royal duties Meghan and Harry broke unofficial royal protocol again by indulging in a bit of PDA.

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Meghan has looked immaculate throughout the tour and wore a navy Givenchy skirt and a pair of Dior pumps in Rotorua.

Pictured in a range of outfits from Jason Wu to Emilia Wickstead, and occasionally cradling her baby bump, the duchess was praised by many for sticking to a gruelling schedule of 76 engagements. And, yes, she and Harry were holding hands, again.

From all white ensembles, to stripes and blazers and stylish coats - Meghan's fashion game during her first worldwide tour alongside Prince Harry was strong.

The couple also visited a Maori meeting grounds or "marae", went for a public walkabout and strolled through a redwood forest as they finally enjoyed sunny weather after their stop in New Zealand had earlier been dampened with rain. "The couple are likely to show very little PDA, if any, to remain professional during their designated roles overseas".

Meghan looked chic as usual in a Stella McCartney dress which she paired with Manolo Blahnik heels and her traditional Maori cloak which she and her husband were both presented with.

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