Fans are guessing whether Meghan Markle’s tour wardrobe will reach the $100k mark

The Duchess of Sussex is set to surpass Kate Middleton's yearly wardrobe value.

Almost two weeks have passed since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry set off on their first royal tour together.

It comprises of 76 engagement over 16 days. The pair has already landed in Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, and Fiji.

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So far, pregnant Markle has racked up about £61,500 in wardrobe value according to the Daily Mail.

With an entire week to go, the designer label-loving Duchess is on her way to reaching £100K before she returns home.

Here's a look at a few of Markle's most popular pieces so far:

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On day 2, the 37-year-old revealed a stunning light-colored £1,287 Martin Grant trench coat as she headed to the Taronga Zoo. Underneath it was a Karen Gee 'Blessed' dress worth £972. Her Stuart Weitzman Legend pumps added £360 to the look.

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On day 4, Markle wore an asymmetric-hem navy blue folded sail dress worth £703.23 from Dion Lee. Her matching Manolo Blahnik stilettos cost £556. She was heading to the Melbourne's Government House.

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On day 9, she appeared at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Fiji for a black tie reception. She sported a gorgeous 'Ginkgo' cape dress from SAFiYAA with a £1,095 price tag. She paired it with the same navy Manolo Blahnik stilettos worth £556.

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Day 10 saw a more colorful look from the Duchess. She adorned a patterned red dress designed by Figue Frederica with a price of £1,250. Her lacy Castaner canvas wedge espadrilles cost only £80.

Markle was elegance defined on day 11. Donned in a white Theia couture column gown, she portrayed a Greek goddess wearing £1,000. She combined it with Aquazzura Deneuve Bow pumps worth £490.

On day 12, she wore this £1,062 white and olive dressed designed by Australian Martin Grant while meeting Tonga's Prime Minister Nuku'alofa. She paired it with matching £495 Manolo Blahnik BB heels.

When it comes to Meghan's choice of wardrobe, a quick analysis shows her desire to make a change via fashion.

The former "Suits" actress tends to have customers flocking to buy whatever she puts on.

Putting her power to good use, Markle brought attention to a number of environmentally-friends brands. She highlighted her awareness through several of her shoes, jewelry, and clothing.

It began on day one when Markle put on a pair of black flat from Rothy's. The company manufactures sustainable, eco-friendly products made from recycled water bottles.

It's also notable that the environmentally-conscious duchess has re-worn a few of the pieces from her royal tour.

That includes the Castaner espadrilles, her Tabitha Simmons slingback heels, and the Martin Grant trench coat.

Here's to forward-thinking fashion choices. We wait in anticipation to see whether or not the Duchess will reach or even surpass the £100K ceiling.

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