Meghan Markle, who announced her pregnancy last week, has been killing the style game during her and husband Prince Harry's royal tour of Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, and Tonga.
On Tuesday night, the 37-year-old royal stepped out in her most stunning look yet at a state dinner in Fiji, wearing a caped Safiyaa floor-length azure blue gown. The color is referred to as “Fijian blue” and was a tribute to the host country. Meghan paired the look with stunning chandelier diamond earrings which are believed to have been loaned to her by Queen Elizabeth II.
The gorgeous look also showcased the Duchess’ baby bump more than any other style she’s worn this trip. Meghan was spotted once again cradling her tiny bump as she greeted guests at the event with her tuxedo-clad husband.
The event comes after Harry and Meghan had a full day of events in Fiji after leaving Australia, where they spent the first week of their royal tour. The couple touched down in the capital of Suva with the Duchess wearing a classic Zimmerman dress and matching Stephen Jones hat.
The pair attended a traditional welcome ceremony while out in the rain, where Harry, 34, drank the local drink kava. They also waved at crowds from the balcony of the Grand Pacific Hotel, where Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have previously stayed.
Harry and Meghan will be spending the rest of the week in Fiji and Tonga. Despite the news that the Duchess is cutting back on some of the official events in light of her pregnancy, she is still visiting both countries, despite an official warning of Zika virus.
For more from the royal tour, watch the clip below: