Woah, what a royal tour it has been for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex! Harry and Meghan finished up their trip at a township in Johannesburg, where they met with local entrepreneurs. Meghan, 38, looked as stunning as ever, wearing a first-rate outfit, consisting of a stunning white shirt dress called the Tencel shirt dress from a designer called Hannah Lavery in Cape Town. The limited-edition design was created from leftover fabric in an effort to minimise fabric waste in the studio. The dress is available in Hannah Lavery stores and will be up online very soon. Meghan accessorised her beautiful dress with a pair of nude high heels, a pair of colour-pop statement earrings and wore her hair in a loose and wavy style.
WATCH: Harry and Meghan arrive at a township
We've seen the mother-of-one rock a variety of casual glam looks during the 10-day tour, from shirt dresses and wrap frocks to jumpsuits and funky skirts.
Meghan looked stunning in a white shirt dress
It's hard to pick a favourite, but we've whittled it down and we can't get enough of her sheer Club Monaco patterned dress - which she teamed with blue high heels when she met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his wife.
Meghan looked incredible in her Club Monaco dress carrying baby Archie
Made in a blue and white colourway with a tie-waist, it was the perfect flowing number, and set her back £368. We loved the way she also wore her famous brunette mane in a sleek, slicked-back bun - one of her trademark hairstyles. US labels have been a big feature in Meghan's case on this visit; she's also worn items from J.Crew and Banana Republic.
There's no doubt about it though, her gorgeous son Archie Harrison definitely stole the show that day. Carried by Meghan, the tiny tot looked delighted as he accompanied his dad and mum to meet the religious leader. His outfit hit the headlines too - Meghan decided not to dress the royal in expensive baby clothes, instead she opted for a £12.99 romper suit by H&M! The short-sleeved bodysuit was made in organic cotton, comes complete with buttons and has sewn-in turn-ups on the sleeves and press-studs at the crotch. It's still available online and would make a fabulous addition to any babies wardrobe.
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