Every since Meghan Markle officially announced her pregnancy (on October 15, 2018 to be exact), her fans have been on maternity style watch. We didn't have to wait long to see Meghan's first outfit post–baby news (she wore a white fitted dress by during a 16-day royal tour through Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand). Since then, the Duchess of Sussex has excelled in wearing tailored, contemporary separates and dresses, not to mention heels, while pregnant and shows no signs of abandoning her fashionable wardrobe for sweats in public. As she prepares for (rumor has it she will give birth at the end of April or beginning of May), I'm taking a look back at her best pregnancy outfits. And, giving you direct links to shop similar, if not the exact, pieces.
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Meghan and Harry joined members of the British royal family for a traditional church service at Westminster Abbey to celebrate Commonwealth Day. The Duchess of Sussex wore a bespoke Victoria Beckham outfit and a Jackie O–style pillbox hat.
The couple went to the Canadian Embassy to meet with Canadians living in Britain and take part in activities to celebrate the Canadian heritage. Meghan wore an emerald green coat from Erdem with a matching dress underneath. She accessorized with Aquazzura pumps and her Givenchy satin clutch.
Meghan appeared for a panel, convened by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, for International Women’s Day. She wore a printed dress from Reiss, Manolo Blahnik pumps, and an Alexander McQueen black blazer. She carried a Stella McCartney crossbody bag.
The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise visit to WE Day UK at the SSE Arena in Wembley, London. She wore a casual outfit consisting of a Ralph Lauren blazer, black top, black jeans, and Manolo Blahnik heels.
The couple attended a reception to mark the 50th anniversary of the investiture of the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace. The Duchess of Sussex dressed up in an elegant neutral outfit, including a bespoke brocade dress, Amanda Wakeley coat, and Paul Andrew pumps.
The royal couple met with King Mohammed VI of Morocco during their tour of the country. Meghan wore a flowing blue bespoke Carolina Herrera dress and carried a Dior clutch.
The couple visited the Andalusian Gardens to hear about youth empowerment in Morocco from a number of young social entrepreneurs in Rabat, Morocco. Meghan wore a white blazer from Aritzia, a Loyd/Ford pleated dress, and Manolo Blahnik sling backs.
Prince Harry and Meghan made a visit to the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports in Rabat on the third day of their tour of Morocco. The Duchess of Sussex dressed down in a striped Equipment shirt, Rag & Bone maternity jeans, a J.Crew mens jacket, and black Stuart Weitzman boots.
The couple attended a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco at the British Residence during the second day of their tour of Morocco. Meghan covered up in a bespoke Dior gown, Dior pumps, and carried a Dior clutch.
The royal couple visited students and teachers at a local secondary school in Asni, Morocco. The Duchess of Sussex stuck to her blazer and jeans look, this time the pieces were from Alice + Olivia and Rag & Bone, respectively. She traded in her heels for comfy flats by Birdies. She shielded her eyes with Illesteva sunglasses.
The couple arrived at Casablanca airport in Casablanca, Morocco for their royal tour. The Duchess of Sussex wore a stunning bespoke red Valentino dress, nude pumps, and a Valentino crossbody bag. She also carried a pair of beige gloves.
Meghan departed The Mark Hotel in New York City for London after her friends threw her a baby shower. The Duchess of Sussex went for a casual Ingrid & Isobel hoodie, Lululemon leggings, and camel coat—an outfit not usually spotted on the royal.
Meghan was photographed leaving The Mark Hotel in New York City for lunch out with her good friend Abigail Spencer. She wore an oversized Courrèges haute couture black coat, Hatch maternity trousers, and Stuart Weitzman heels. She covered her eyes from the paps with Le Specs sunglasses.
The Duchess of Sussex looked angelic in all white for a gala performance of "The Wider Earth" at the Natural History Museum in London, England. She wore an Amanda Wakeley coat, Calvin Klein turtleneck dress, and Ralph Lauren accessories that matched her clutch from the fashion house.
Prince Harry and Meghan attended the Endeavor Fund Awards for the second year in a row. The Duchess of Sussex wore a menswear-inspired skirt-and-blouse ensemble from her go-to designer Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy. She stood tall in a pair of black-and-gold Aquazzura heels and carried her trusty Givenchy clutch.