Meghan Markle returned to her Australian tour with a bang. It came after a short rest following a busy first week of touring Down Under.
On Monday, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island. Prince Harry made three appearances before he was joined by his pregnant wife.
Markle, 37, joined Harry, 33, after she decided to stay in and recuperate at their hotel. She wore a reasonably-priced Reformation dress that turned heads with its high slit.
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The $198 white Canon dress featured large grey stripes. The slit came all the way to her upper thigh. Markle was forced to clasp the sides of the dress as she walked down the jetty.
She bent down at one point to interact with Noeline Walk, who is the island's oldest resident at 85 years old. She also its longest inhabitant having been there for 45 years.
Markle displayed her tanned legs that led to her brown Grear Sandals by Zara Flint costing $245. She also cradled her baby bump which is still barely-there.
Around 200 locals showered the couple with well-wishes, teddy bears, and a handmade quilt.
Their purpose at the Unesco World Heritage site was to dedicate a portion of forest to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy conversation program.
"This is the best way to see these trees - standing tall and not logged and chopped," Harry said at the plaque unveiling.
Prior to accompanying her husband around Fraser Island, Markle stunned in a red and white polka dot dress.
She wore it as she arrived by plane to Hervey Bay. Soon after, Markle left in a separate car from her husband. He went on to do three events solo.
The Duchess is reportedly not experiencing morning sickness. This helps a lot for her 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand.
Last month, she participated in a basketball session at a youth sports program.
While at the Loughborough University in London, Markle passed a purple basketball between coaching mentees. She also had a friendly competition with her husband to shoot some hoops.