She has showcased a wardrobe of formal skirts and dresses since arriving in Australia but it seems that Meghan was back to her casual style roots today.
The Duchess of Sussex, who is pregnant with her first child, flew the flag for Australia in a pair high rise jeans £110 ($142 US), by local brand Outland as she arrived in Dubbo on Wednesday.
Meghan, 37, covered the first hints of her baby bump in an oversize white shirt by Maison Kitsune, a surprisingly budget piece at just £40 ($53).
With a busy second official royal tour day on the cards, the Duchess of Sussex (pictured with Prince Harry) opted for a dressed-down country-inspired look featuring a host of local and international designers
The mother-to-be, who is known for supporting her designer friends, could be seen wearing an oversize grey check blazer from her pal Serena William’s own fashion range costing £110 ($145).
The chic jacket has now sold out in every size apart from an XS online after the tennis star posted details of the duchess’ blazer on her Instagram account.
Posting an image of herself in the blazer Serena wrote: ‘The face you make when you and Meghan have matching blazers’.
For the occasion, Meghan (pictured) opted for black high rise jeans for $199.90 by Outland, an oversized blazer by friend Serena Williams and black boots by J.Crew
Serena Williams later reacted to the sartorial nod from her friend on her Instagram page, writing: ‘The face you make when you and Meghan have matching blazers’
When she rolled up her sleeves, Meghan’s blossoming bump was clearly visible (pictured)
As she touched down in the town of Dubbo, Meghan shunned her usual stilettos for a pair of more practical ankle boots by J. Crew, £172 ($227).
MEGHAN’S LOCAL JEANS WITH A GOOD CAUSE
The Duchess of Sussex opted for a pair of jeans by Australia designer Outland on day two of her royal tour.
The jeans help a good cause, as profits from each pair help to make a difference to the lives of vulnerable young girls in Cambodia.
The label was started when the founder James Bartle, from the Gold Coast, had a ‘fortuitous encounter’ with an anti-trafficking group and travelled to Asia to see how human traffickers prey on young girls and lure them into the sex industry.
Now, the jeans are built around ethical manufacturing in Cambodia, and the label employs 45 seamstresses from the country.
She completed her look with a pair of dainty necklaces by friend and Australian designer, Natalie Marie.
Meghan wore the ‘Precious Initial’ Necklace with the letter ‘M’ on it, and paired it with the Pascale Monvoisin style. The ‘Precious Initial’ style retails for £272 ($358)
Speaking to FEMAIL on Wednesday about Meghan’s choice, Natalie said: ‘We are absolutely thrilled that Meghan has chosen to wear our Precious Initial necklace today, which was made especially for her with a letter M engraved on it’.
The Duke and Duchess had a busy day of events on Wednesday, including meets with the Royal Flying Doctor Service and farmers.
With most of the state of New South Wales suffering from drought, their Royal Highnesses saw first-hand the hardships local farmers are facing by visiting a local property.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke to onlookers about the terrible drought, ignoring the torrential rain that fell around them.
The Duke and Duchess (pictured) had a busy second day, as they met with the Royal Flying Doctor Service and farmers
The Duke and Duchess spoke at the event about the drought affecting farmers, ignoring the torrential rain at the event (pictured)
The Duke and Duchess then travelled to Victoria Park to join people from Dubbo and surrounding areas at a picnic in the park to celebrate community spirit within the region
The Duke and Duchess then travelled to Victoria Park to join people from Dubbo and surrounding areas at a picnic in the park to celebrate community spirit within the region.
In the afternoon, The Duke and Duchess visited a local school working to improve the education outcomes of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
The young royals are set to fly on to Melbourne on Thursday morning, before returning to Sydney on Friday for a visit to Bondi Beach.
The Invictus Games officially begin on Saturday.