Prince Harry took care of Meghan's health by sharing his jacket with her
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ended their Royal Tour with a visit to Redwoods Tree Walk in Rotorua, New Zealand, where the Duchess was seen wearing one of his husband’s jackets.
During their last day on their tour of Australia and New Zealand, the Dukes of Sussex have visited the city of Rotorua, New Zealand, where we have seen the last three looks of the Duchess of Sussex, which has once again become the center of all looks.
First of all, Meghan Markle has chosen a flattering outfit, from Givenchy, consisting of a round neck and half sleeve in cobalt blue, combined with a midi skirt of the same tone, with blue and white cerulean also combined.
The dress is an original design that achieves a 3D effect by combining several tones in the lower area that simulate the effect of 'lights and shadows'. As for accessories, the Duchess wore shoes also blue from Manolo Blanik.
...and that's a wrap! Some pics from Rotorua on the final day of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's marathon tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. pic.twitter.com/53I1UdZnM1— Dominic Lipinski (@domlipinski) October 31, 2018
Meghan Markle's second look was also in blue, this time dark navy blue. It is a design by Stella McCartney, which showed her first pregnancy curves, and which she combined with the same navy blue Manolo Blanik shoes.
Harry and Meghan continued their visit with a walk through the woods through several hanging bridges of up to 700 meters in length that cross a place plagued by large centenary trees.
To visit the natural forest of Redwoods, the Duchess dressed more casual with skinny pants and decided to borrow a navy blue jacket from her husband to protect from the cold of the area and complete the route more comfortably.
The couple was an accomplice during the walk, that when the circumstances of the road allowed it they held each other's hand among other signs of affection.
"It was great, thanks, guys!" Prince Harry said goodbye after completing the last activity of his trip to Oceania and before heading to Auckland, the capital of New Zealand to head back to London.
The Duchess of Sussex has surpassed with notice her first international tour, despite the fact that its beginning coincided with the announcement of her pregnancy.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are about to welcome a child in the spring of 2019. Kensington Palace released a statement on October 15 announcing the good news.