All The Must-Have Looks That Meghan Markle’s Worn On The Royal Tour So Far

It's royal tour time, people, and if you followed along with the last Meghan Markle and Prince Harry vacation, you know exactly what comes next: a whole slew of new Meghan-approved looks to marvel over. On Monday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left Windsor Castle with baby Archie (and likely a dozen or so designer suitcases) to jet off on a 10 day-long trip around Africa. And if the contents of her luggage the last time around (i.e., 114 pieces) are any indication, we're in for a treat.

On the first two days alone, Markle's worn some stellar looks, from an olive-colored Staud dress with under-$100 Sam Edelman flats to a $120 Madewell jean jacket and her favorite pair of black skinny jeans (casual). But that's not even the best part. The actress-turned-duchess is apparently taking a page from her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton's book and recycling some of her favorite looks for tour #2. Follow along as we document all of Meghan Markle's best outfits as Britain's most beloved family travels from Cape Town to Johannesburg.

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After going solo to a handful of royal tour soirees, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reunited in Johannesburg — and of course, Meghan Markle used the occasion to show off a crisp new dress.

Meghan Markle wearing the Co Belted Midi Shirt Dress.
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Once again, Meghan Markle's proving that she is, in fact, just like us, this time by recycling the Nonie trench dress she wore in July 2018. We found the perfect look-a-like from Mango and it's available now for $79.

Meghan Markle wearing a Nonie trench dress.
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In a Royal Tour miracle, the Duchess of Sussex stepped out in a Banana Republic dress that is, somehow, still available for purchase. Did we mention that it's only $139? Happy shopping.

Meghan Markle wearing a Banana Republic Dress and Stuart Weitzman pumps.
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We're green with envy over this army green-colored trench dress that Meghan Markle donned to visit ActionAid South Africa in Johannesburg this week.

Meghan Markle wearing Manolo Blahnik pumps.
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After waving goodbye to Prince Harry, Meghan jetted off to Cape Town in an under-$150 Everlane jumpsuit that might look a little familiar. That's because it's the same exact one she wore while filming the "Forces For Change" video for the September issue of British Vogue. We love a good royal outfit-repeating moment! The jumpsuit, which retails for $120, can be yours once it's restocked on November 7th.

Meghan Markle wearing an Everlane jumpsuit, Manolo Blahnik pumps and Gas Bijoux earrings.
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We can't decide whose outfit we love more: Archie's or Meghan's. The little one, who rarely makes an appearance in public, is wearing a seersucker H&M onesie while his mum dons a sundress from one of her favorite fashion brands, Club Monaco.

Meghan Markle wearing a Club Monaco dress.
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Not only did Meghan go oh-so-casual on day 2 of her and Prince Harry's royal tour through Africa, she also dropped a ring — a very important one at that. Take a closer look at her left ring finger and you'll notice that instead of her ever-changing engagement ring, she's now wearing a dainty gold and turquoise band.

Meghan Markle wearing a Madewell jean jacket, Mother Denim skinny jeans, Brother Vellies flats and a Madewell tote.
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While visiting South Africa's oldest mosque, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex donned looks of the covered-up variety, a sand-colored suit for Harry and an olive green Staud dress with Sam Edelman flats and a cream headscarf.

Meghan Markle wearing a Staud maxi dress and Sam Edelman flats.
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The Duchess of Sussex is a big fan of outfit repeating — and we love her for it (royalty, they're just like us... sort of). She repeated her Martin Grant striped maxi dress, not once but twice already, first at Bondi Beach on the couple's 2018 tour of the Pacific.

Meghan Markle wearing a Martin Grant dress and Castañer espadrilles.
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Who else remembers when Meghan donned this exact dress in Tonga during the last royal tour? This time, however, she dressed it slightly down with a pair of casual espadrilles to visit the District Six Museum in Cape Town.

Meghan Markle wearing a Veronica Beard dress and Castañer espadrilles.
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If only we could all look as good as Meghan Markle after an 11-hour flight from London to Cape Town...

Meghan Markle wearing a Mayamiko wrap dress and Castañer espadrilles.
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