Now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have left Australia for our New Zealand neighbours on the final leg of their 2018 royal tour, life’s just not as exciting, right?
Thankfully, we’ve still got a few more days of fashion from Meghan to pour over in her absence.
The royal couple kicked off their official royal tour of Australia and the South Pacific on Tuesday October 16 in Sydney.
During the royal tour, Meghan has worn a number of Aussie designers, as well as some of her much loved pieces from home.
Here’s a rolling recap of Meghan Markle’s style for the 2018 royal tour.
Tuesday, October 30.
Outfit Three: Antonio Berardi.
Tuesday's engagements wrapped up with a reception hosted by Prime Minister Jacinda Adren at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
Proving she is indeed a regular human being, Meghan (brace yourselves) wore an outfit she's... worn before. The Duchess chose her Antonio Berardi Navy Double Breasted Dress (unavailable online) for the evening.
We first saw Meghan wearing this tuxedo style dress in 2017 when she attended a polo match her then-boyfriend Prince Harry was playing in. It has sentimental meaning for the couple, because the 37-year-old was wearing it for her first ever public appearance at the Audi Polo Challenge in May, 2017, the UK's Mirror reports (you can see photos from the time here).
This was, of course, before it was common knowledge Prince Harry and Meghan were dating - their first official public debut as a couple came later that year at the Tornoto Invictus Games (where Meghan looked effortlessly cool in a white shirt and ripped jeans).