The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved on to the next leg of their tour: Tonga. Meghan's outfit made us swoon about her wedding all over again.
Her elegant white cap-sleeved dress, messy bun, natural make-up, and Prince Harry’s tuxedo weren’t the only nods to the couple's wedding day.
She also wore the late Princess Diana's aquamarine ring. The same ring she wore to her wedding reception.
Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. Photos of the dress can be seen below.
The aquamarine ring was a created by Asprey in 1997, the same year that Princess Diana passed away.
It was a give from Prince Harry to Meghan and has an emerald-cut aquamarine that's surrounded by small solitaire diamonds and set in 24-carat yellow-gold.
Meghan completely the outfit with a black Givenchy clutch bag and Aquazzura heels, which saved the outfit from being full on bridal.
The creator of the gorgeous white dress, Theia's Creative Director, Don O'Neill, said in a statement that it was an honor to design the dress for Meghan.
Despite preparing for a bridal show less than a week again, O'Neill pushed all his other projects aside when Meghan's stylist called him. He added:
"It has been an exciting whirlwind collaboration. Her Royal Highness is a truly beautiful inspiring woman, a bright shining light in this world and we at Theia are truly honored to be part of The Royal Tour of Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand."
He designed and created the dress in a record-breaking two days and was honored to be let on her baby bump secret before the rest of the world knew. He explained:
"We needed to remake it with extra seam allowance. We knew immediately why this extra allowance was required, but mum’s the word."
It was an outfit fit to meet a king, the King of Tonga to be exact, and Prince Harry was dressed in a white shirt, black suit, and black bow-tie.