Meghan Markle's maternity style continues to impress on the second day of her royal tour with Prince Harry.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just touched down in Dubbo for number of engagements. They'll start the day with a meeting with the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Dubbo, Australia. Later, they'll visit farmers affected by a recent drought, Prince Harry will give a speech at Victoria Park, and the royal couple will visit a local school.
For the day of events, Meghan wore a plaid blazer from her close friend Serena Williams's line over a crisp white button-down shirt from Maison Kitsune and black pants from Australian brand Outlander. She paired the look with a low ponytail and black boots from J.Crew.
We'll continue to update as we have additional photos.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their way to the southeastern Australian state of New South Wales after spending yesterday in Sydney, visiting everything from the city's famous Opera House to the koalas at the Taronga Zoo.
Markle appeared yesterday in a sleek white shift dress, paired with none other than Princess Diana's earrings-perhaps Markle's way of paying tribute to her husband's later mother after announcing her own coming motherhood.
As Markle decides how to style herself during her pregnancy-which should last through next spring-she'll be able to look to her sister-in-law Kate Middleton's past looks, and perhaps to Middleton's sister Pippa, who just welcomed a baby boy this morning. It's no small feat to pull off stilettos while nine months pregnant, as Pippa Middleton did just a few days ago at Princess Eugenie's wedding. But should Markle want to do so, she'll no doubt have the mettle to pull it off.
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