It’s day two of the royal couple’s tour of New Zealand. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex landed in Wellington, ready to explore the vast culture awaiting them and to make their Impact known.
Well, just as we expected, Meghan Markle blew our minds, breaking another fashion barrier and in a stunning number.
The Duchess has refused to let her pregnancy, which she and Prince Harry had earlier announced they’d be expecting through Kensington Palace, be a barrier or a limitation to her fashion style.
The Duchess has expressed her boldness, her respect for her husband’s family and, generally, she has made a lot of statements with her fashion style.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid a visit to Courtenay Creative after their arrival in Wellington . While there, the couple had the opportunity to appreciate and celebrate the city’s ever-vibrant art scene, experiencing the arts and enjoying the event in celebration of the culture.
Meghan stepped out for the event looking glamorous in a chic white tuxedo suit dress by a New Zealand designer, Maggie Marilyn.
The dress is from a collection called 'Leap of Faith’, and it was originally available in long sleeves, but adaptations were made sleeveless to suit the Duchess’ style.
Meghan, looking classy and stylish as ever, pulled off the look with her navy-blue Manolo Blahnik heels, which seems to be a favorite of the Duchess as she has been spotted wearing it before.
She pulled her hair up, added shimmery makeup, and nude lipstick. The tuxedo-nspired dress, which had a straight collar, gave way to Meghan's amazing neckpiece.
The Duchess didn’t forget to add some hot spice to the ensemble as she showed off her beautiful slim legs in the short dress.
As it was Halloween season, the mother-to-be stood out in her white dress amongst the vibrant and bright costume colors at the event - as graceful and beautiful as a swan.
Ever proud of his beautiful wife, Prince Harry was always at her side. The two of them were holding hands, smiling and pouring out love to everyone around them as they enjoyed the local culture and the people!