The Duchess of Sussex made a quick change of costumes in the air en route to Fiji this morning.
Meghan, 37, went from relaxed to regal after boarding a plane from Queensland to the South Pacific archipelago for the next stage of the royal tour with Prince Harry.
The duchess, who is pregnant with her first child, boarded the Qantas jet on Tuesday morning wearing an old J.Crew linen shirt with tight jeans, before leaving on the other side in an elegant cream dress. Australian Zimmermann stamp.
She combined the bespoke Zimmermann number with an elegant white hat, a hand box and heels while she landed at the Nausori airport.
Meghan combined her dress to measure with a hat of Stephen Jones, earrings that her Majesty the Queen gave her and a bracelet of the Prince of Wales.
While traveling aboard the plane to Fiji, Meghan switched to an unusually white dress demure to the Australian Zimmermann label, a label generally known for its prints and fabrics.
Appearing at the Hervey Bay airport in Queensland on Tuesday, the duchess, photographed, opted for her tried and tested favorite: a J.Crew white linen shirt valued at $ 142AUD (£ 77.47)
He went back to his trusty Aquazzura Deneuve Bow Pumps and brought a small handbag from Kayu Anna, while she and Harry were greeted by Melanie Hopkins, the High Commissioner and chief of protocol, Jonetani Tagivetaua.
After landing in Nausori, the Duchess gave a bouquet of flowers to a girl from the island of Bau, the island of Ratu Apensia Cakobau, who gave Fiji to Britain in 1874 before Harry went to a platform. The catwalk.
The couple had to fight against the rain and the wind when they arrived, while they observed a real greeting.
At the beginning of the day, Meghan paired the J. Crew linen shirt with her Aquazurra DJ mules for $ 860 (£ 468 GBP) and her Outland jeans.
The jeans & # 39; Harriet & # 39; They ran out quickly the first time the Duchess wore them when she was in Dubbo, with the Australian designer behind the brand saying: "It's like winning the fashion lottery."
Meghan paired her bespoke Zimmermann outfit with a hat by Stephen Jones, earrings of her Majesty the Queen and a Prince of Wales bracelet.
The real couple (in the photo) had to fight against the rain and the wind when they arrived, while observing a real greeting
The 37-year-old mother was relaxed when she left Australia, combining the shirt with her Aquazurra DJ mules for $ 860 (£ 468 GBP) and her Outland jeans.
Meghan finished the look with a cute bun and a pair of black sunglasses, her fourth pair of designer shades in the same amount of days.
Other used designers include the New Zealand designer, Karen Walker, Krewe and illesteva.
She also wore the same two necklaces she wore on Monday, the Adina Reyter Pavé Teardrop Necklace, as well as the Pascale Monvoisin Cauri Nº2 Necklace.
Meghan wore the shirt for the last time when flying to Austin in 2017, then put it on with worn jeans, a Panamanian hat and gladiator sandals.
The shirt is perfect for traveling, because it does not wrinkle or wrinkle.
The last time he wore the shirt was when he flew to Austin in 2017, then he put it on with worn jeans, a Panama hat and gladiator sandals (pictured)
Meghan's white linen shirt is perfect for traveling, as it does not wrinkle or wrinkle; It has long sleeves, which the duchess has rolled on both occasions
& # 39; Our perfect shirt to measure [comes] In linen from the famous Baird McNutt mill in Ireland, known for its incredibly soft, high-quality linen fabrics, thanks to a special knitting process that has been refined since 1912 & # 39; reads on J. Crew's website .
Although she has long sleeves, on both occasions Meghan has preferred to roll up her sleeves to give her a more casual look.
Meanwhile, his jeans & # 39; Harriet & # 39; They are also the ideal complement out of service, since they are all about top quality cuts ethically manufactured from raw materials.
The Duchess of Sussex added a touch of high fashion to her royal touring attire, through the Aquazurra mules, for her departure to Fiji.
& # 39; Our perfect shirt to measure [comes] in the clothing of the famous Baird McNutt mill in Ireland, known for its incredibly soft and high-quality linen fabrics, "says J. Crew's website (left) – Meghan also wore her favorite Outland jeans (right )
Young royals have another busy day when they arrive, when they meet with the president of Fji, enjoy a welcome ceremony at the Albert Park and after a reception at the Grand Pacific Hotel.
The Australian schedule of pregnant Meghan was reduced on Sunday and Monday, but the duchess is expected to be by her husband's side in all planned engagements in Fiji and Tonga, according to media reports.
The Duchess will visit the nations of the Pacific Islands despite fears about the Zika virus, and it is against travel advice that pregnant women should consider not traveling to the countries due to the "moderate risk" of contracting the virus. tropical disease.
But Kensington Palace said the couple had sought medical advice and decided to continue with their plans, without expecting any change in their itinerary.