Meghan Markle’s stunning £9k royal tour wardrobe – including a £95 trench dress, £18 tassel earrings and A LOT of old favourites – The Sun

MEGHAN Markle has dazzled in a series of stunning looks on her African royal tour.

From beautiful maxi dresses to a chic jumpsuit, the Duchess of Sussex, 38, has looked flawless during her public engagements.

The mum-of-one has once again had the Meghan Markle effect, with many items selling out as soon as she is pictured in them.

And from a £1,080 striped Martin Grant dress to a pair of £18 earrings, there has been quite a price range in the items she has worn.

The duchess has even repeated outfits that she wore when she was pregnant with baby Archie, and fans have praised this for sending “an incredible message.”

Here is everything Meghan has worn on the southern Africa tour so far, and how you can snap items up…

Day 10 – Youth Employment Services visit, Johannesburg

  • The Leigh 95 Pump, £295 from Stuart Weitzman – buy now
  • Stone and tassel red earrings, £18.22 from Madewell – buy now

It's the final day of the Sussex royal tour and Meghan has opted for a white midi shirt dress which ties at the waist.

She's wearing a pair of £295 nude heels by Stuart Weitzman, which she's worn on other occasions during the tour.

To finish off the look, she worn some red tassel earrings from Madewell that cost just £18.22 – what a bargain.

TOTAL COST: £313.22

Day nine – ActionAid, Johannesburg

  • Imperial cotton shirtdress, £371 from Room 502 – buy now
  • Labyrinth earrings, £98 from Pichulik – buy now
  • The Leigh 95 Pump, £295 from Stuart Weitzman – buy now

The duchess opted for a khaki look as she visited ActionAid for her second engagement of the ninth day of the tour.

She opted for a flatting khaki £371 dress by Room 502 for the occasion and wore her locks down.

Meghan finished off the look with black pumps and £98 black Labyrinth earrings from Pichulik.


Day nine – University of Johannesburg

  • Double-breasted trench dress, £95 from Banana Republic – buy now
  • Didem bracelet, £275 from Alemdara – buy now
  • The Leigh 95 Pump, £295 from Stuart Weitzman – buy now

Meghan looks sensational on the first engagement of the penultimate day of her royal Africa tour in a sleeveless beige trench dress.

The Duchess of Sussex arrived for the first of two solo visits today in a £95 double-breasted outfit from Banana Republic.

She’s finished off her chic look with stylish £295 nude heels by Stuart Weitzman and a simple £275 didem bracelet by Alemdara which features a turquoise enamel eye.


Day eight – Victoria Yards in Johannesburg

  • Winfred shirt dress, £120 from Artiza – buy now
  • Red The Editor Slingbacks, £129 from Everlane – buy now

Meghan wore a navy Wilfred By Artiza shirt dress and red slingback flats by Everlane for her visit to Victoria Yards.

The duchess was spotted chatting to the artisans on the eighth day of their African tour.

While Meghan ventured out on her own Prince Harry had earlier in the day put his photography skills to use by launching a campaign with the National Geographic to raise awareness of the role trees play in the earth's eco-system.


Day seven – Skype call to Prince Harry

  • Rosetta belted linen maxi dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez, £545 from Net-a-Porter – buy now

Meghan beamed as she appeared on a TV screen via Skype in a classroom where Prince Harry was interacting with young students in the Nalikule College of Education in Lilongwe, Malawi.

Her green dress was slightly visible in the shot and has been confirmed to be the £545 Rosetta belted linen dress by Lisa Maria Fernandez.

Royal fans may recall Meghan previously wore this dress when she cheered on Prince Harry at the polo earlier this year. 


Day five – Airport look to Johannesburg

  • J. Crew white shirt, £90 from Net-a-Porter – buy now
  • Black Mother jeans, £166 from Saks Fifth Avenue – buy now
  • The Starling flats, £77 from Birdies – buy now

Meghan flew to Johannesburg with baby Archie, for the final leg of their 10-day royal tour.

The 38-year-old Duchess of Sussex was pictured clutching her four-month-old tot at Cape Town International Airport, ahead of their scheduled British Airways flight.

Both mother and son looked relaxed as Meghan, wearing a crisp white shirt, skinny jeans and black pumps, wrapped her baby in a grey blanket.


Day four – Meghan pays tribute to murdered student

  • Emma Power skinny jeans in Albany, £122 from Zalando – buy now
  • Embroidered-strap swing top, £63.45 from Madewell – buy now

Meghan made a secret trip to pay tribute to a girl whose brutal murder has outraged South Africa on the fourth day of their tour. 

The Duchess of Sussex was so shocked by the torture, rape and murder of the beautiful Cape Town University student, she made a top-secret pilgrimage to the post office where she was killed on Thursday.

For the sombre event, Meghan wore a pair of £122 Emma Power skinny jeans with an embroidered white swing top from Madewell.

TOTAL COST: £185.45

Day four – Meeting activists

  • Boyfriend tank top , £66 from Misha Nonoo – buy now
  • Striped knitted midi J.Crew skirt, £145 from Net-a-Porter – buy now
  • The Leigh 95 pump in black, £295 from Stuart Weitzman – buy now

On Thursday, Meghan she sat down with a group of activists – from professors to educators – to discuss women's rights in South Africa.

For the chats, she opted for a £66 tank top by her friend Misha Nonoo, whose wedding she attended the week before the tour.

She also wowed in a £145 striped midi skirt by J.Crew, and finished off the look with a pair of trusty £292 Stuart Weitzman pumps in black.


Day three – Woodstock Exchange, Cape Town

  • The Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit, £100, Everlane – buy now
  • Manolo Blahnik shoes, £571.72 from Nordstrom – buy now
  • Open Diamond Cuff, £1,049 from Zofia – buy now
  • Gas Bijoux earrings, £174.09 from ShopBop – buy now

Meghan turned heads as she arrived for her second engagement of day three on Wednesday – this time solo, as Prince Harry is heading to Botswana as part of their tour.

At the Woodstock Exchange, Meghan teamed a £100 Everlane black jumpsuit with a pair of £571.72 Manolo Blahnik heels and a pair of striking gold earrings worth £173.

It's no surprise that the Duchess chose the brand – Everlane is known for partnering with the best, ethical factories across the world, in a way of working they call "Radical Transparency".

"We spend months finding the best factories around the world – the same ones that produce your favourite designer labels," the website reads.

TOTAL COST: £1,894.81

Day three – Meeting Archbishop Desmond Tutu

  • Dremah Silk Dress, £368.52, Club Monaco – buy now
  • Manolo Blahnik BB Pumps, £600 down to £495 – buy now

Meghan, along with their son Archie, Meghan and Harry started day three with a trip to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

Mum Meghan looked stunning in a printed silk midi dress, with tie wrap waist and a pair of her favourite navy blue court heels.

The £370 style is by Club Monaco and is still available in a couple of sizes, while the Manolo Blahnik BB pumps are priced at £600.

TOTAL COST: £968.52

Day two – British High Commissioner's Residence reception

  • Flora Leaf Earrings, £24 from Nina Bosch – buy now
  • £1,080 Martin Grant dress – buy similar 

The Duchess of Sussex recycled a £1,080 striped maxi dress while attending a reception at the British High Commissioner's Residence on Tuesday, teaming the style with statement earrings.

The dress was a floor-length Martin Grant dress that she previously wore on Bondi Beach during her and Prince Harry's royal tour to Australia last year.

The dress features a navy lining, with band collar, a concealed button front and handy pockets.

For the event this tour, she opted for black porcelain earrings from local South African jeweler Nina Bosch.

TOTAL COST: £1,102

Day two – Auwal Mosque, Cape Town

  • Sam Edelman, Sally Flat pumps, £85.19 -buy here
  • Staud Millie Caper dress, £260 from Staud – buy now

Meghan cut a modest figure as she and Prince Harry arrived at Auwal Mosque in Cape Town, South Africa for the second outfit change of day two.

The Duchess of Sussex was the epitome of elegance in a £260 full-length khaki shirt dress from Staud.

And mindful of being respectful in the religious building, Meg, 38, covered her glossy locks with a simple cream headscarf for her visit.

She shunned high-glamour heels in favour of a simple pair of cream coloured ballet pumps, costing £85 by US designer Sam Edelman.

The mum-of-one later removed her headscarf as she joined Harry on a walkabout in the neighbourhood of Bo-Kaap on Heritage Day.

TOTAL COST: £345.19

Day two – Waves for Change, Cape Town

  • Madewell Jean Jacket in Pinter Wash, £111 from Madewell – buy now
  • Bandwagon sunglasses, £55 from Le Specs – buy now
  • J. Crew white shirt, £90 from Net-a-Porter – buy now
  • Diamond Bezel with turquoise marquise studs, £482.46 from Jennifer Meyer – buy now
  • Huaraches Flats in Whiskey, £156 from Brother Veillies – buy now
  • Medium Transport Tote bag in British Surplus, £74 from Madewell – buy now
  • Black Mother jeans, £166 from Saks Fifth Avenue – buy now

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex started off the second day of their tour with a visit to the beach to meet members of Waves for Change, which work with surfers to provide mental health support for youngsters.

Meghan showed off a more casual look, opted for a denim jacket – the Madewell Jean Jacket in Pinter Wash – which can be bought for £111.

Meghan is wearing £166 black Mother jeans, paired with tan-coloured flat shoes by Brother Vellies Huaraches, which cost £156.

The shoes are handmade by local artisans in countries including South Africa, Kenya and Morocco using techniques and styles passed down from generation to generation.

Meghan carried a £74 Madewell medium Transport Tote bag in khaki-coloured British Surplus.

TOTAL COST: £1,134.46. 

Day one – District Six Museum, Cape Town

  • Castaner canvas wedge espadrilles, £80, Net-A-Porter – buy now
  • Flora Leaf Earrings, £24 from Nina Bosch – buy now
  • Blue shirt dress, £465 from Veronica Beard – buy now in red

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kept busy on Monday, and Meghan's third outfit change of the day at the District Six Museum was to a beautiful £465 sky blue shirt-dress by Veronica Beard.

She first wore the during a visit to Tonga when she was three months pregnant last October.

For its first public outing, the Duchess paired the now sold out chic midi dress with some light blue heels and minimal jewellery.

The Duchess also kept on the £80 black espadrilles she'd had on earlier in the day as the couple arrived for their tour District Six Museum to learn about the work done to reunite people affected by the apartheid.



Since Meghan Markle landed in Cape Town, she's been spotted recycling two outfits, previously worn while she was pregnant with four-month-old baby Archie.

Now, royal fans are praising the Duchess for wearing the same looks twice, with one claiming it's "an incredible message to send".

One of the outfits we've seen before was the beautiful £465 sky blue shirt-dress by Veronica Beard dress she wore on Monday.

She had previously worn the blue dress during a visit to Tonga when she was three months pregnant last October.

Fans are convinced Meghan has re-worn the dress because it is one of her favourites (the duchess chose a picture of her wearing it for both her birthday thank you cards and Harry's birthday Instagram tribute).

While attending a reception at the British High Commissioner's Residence on Tuesday, Meghan stepped out in a striped Martin Grant maxi dress she previously wore on Bondi Beach, during her and Harry's royal tour of Australia last year.

Day one – Nyanga Township, Cape Town

  • Dalitso maxi wrap dress, £69 from Mayamiko – buy now
  • Castaner canvas wedge espadrilles, £80, Net-A-Porter – buy now
  • Diamond Bezel with turquoise marquise studs, £482.46 from Jennifer Meyer – buy now

For their first engagement of their tour, the couple visited the Nyanga Township in Cape Town, and Meghan wowed in a stylish maxi wrap dress from a sustainable African label.

She wore the Mayamiko Dalitso dress, which costs £69 and has currently sold out.

The website says the dress has been ethically made from locally-sourced 100 per cent cotton in Malawi, by artisans from the Mayamiko workshop.

She paired the look with £80 Castaner wedges and £482.46 diamond earrings by Jennifer Meyes.

The couple got stuck into the tour straight away and Meghan gave a powerful speech within hours of their arrival.

TOTAL COST: £631.46

Day one – Plane outfit in Cape Town

  • The Editor Slingback flats, £133 from Everlane – buy now

Meghan Markle landed in Cape Town with Prince Harry on Monday morning after a British Airways flight, and tproved she can definitely nail airport chic.

The duchess was pictured in a stylish grey coat, white jeans and £133 flats, as she carried baby Archie in her arms.

Meghan wore Everlane The Editor Slingback shoes which are available in numerous styles.

Meghan is a fan of the US-brand, which claims to make quality products at ethical factories.


On the tour, Meghan was thrilled by gift of denim dungarees for baby Archie on solo visit to Johannesburg art studios.

Earlier in the tour baby Archie had won over everyone's hearts when the toddler met Archbishop Desmond Tutu and gave him a high five.


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