Meghan Markle’s quick outfit change for the final leg in New Zealand
For her arrival to New Zealand on Saturday, Duchess Meghan changed her outfit. This time she wore the cheapest dress of her tour.
She paired the black dress with a trench coat. Meghan wore the outfit for the final leg of her 16-day tour overseas with Prince Harry.
Duchess Meghan made an outfit change for her arrival in Wellington, New Zealand. The Royal wore a black Asos maternity mini-dress that sells for just $56.
The dress was the most affordable item that the Duchess had worn on her Royal tour so far. It featured a low back and short sleeves.
For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. With her dress, Meghan wore a brown plaid print Karen Walker trench coat.
On her feet, she wore Sarah Flint pumps which featured a 4-inch heel and a pointed toe. When she left Australia to go to New Zealand she wore a Boss by Hugo Boss jersey dress in maroon.
She paired the dress with a pair of heels from Aquazzura. Her flight from Sydney with Prince Harry took them three hours.
The couple traveled with Invictus Games competitors from New Zealand. At the airport, they were greeted by Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Jacinda Ardern.
Together with the Prime Minister, they congratulated the New Zealand athletes’ achievements at the Invictus Games. They also posed for a group photograph.
The Royal couple then traveled to the Government House where they were invited to hongi. This is a traditional Māori greeting in which people press their noses together.
The cultural greeting will include the Governor-General’s Kuia and Kaumātua who are also Māori elders. The couple also visited the Pukeahu National War, Memorial Park.
There they paid their respects to the park's newly-built UK memorial and the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior. On Monday, the pair visited Maranui Café.
For this occasion, the Duchess dressed down. She wore black Outland jeans, a matching Jac and Jack top with a seaweed green trench coat by Club Monaco, and black suede ankle boots.