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Meghan Markle Just Wore an Affordable Club Monaco Dress in Melbourne

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Despite only being in Melbourne for a couple of hours yesterday, Meghan Markle managed to wear not one but two chic ensembles.

During the first part of their royal visit to the city, Meghan and Harry met members of the public during a walkabout, before attending a welcome reception at Government House. Meghan's first outfit was a navy blue dress by Dion Lee, which she paired with pumps and the Martin Grant trench coat she wore in Sydney earlier this week.


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The second leg of their trip brought Harry and Meghan to Albert Park Primary School and South Melbourne Beach. For these more casual events, both Harry and Meghan made a quick outfit change. See their second looks of the day here:



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Meghan switched into Club Monaco's Miguellina dress, a brand she wore back in August to the wedding of Harry's childhood friend, Charlie Van Straubenzee. The Duchess paired the dress with black pointed toe flats by Rothys and the same trench she wore earlier in the day.

Meghan's dress and shoes are both available to shop here:


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Harry and Meghan's extensive royal tour, which officially kicked off on Monday, has been filled with memorable moments so far, starting with the exciting announcement that the couple is expecting their first child next Spring. The Duke and Duchess are quickly winning over crowds of fans across Australia, like little Luke Vincent, who met the royals in Dubbo and very sweetly hugged both Harry and Meghan.

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The Duke and Duchess have a busy few days coming up as they continue on with their royal tour. They'll spend some more time in Sydney before traveling to Fraser Island in Australia, followed by a visit to Fiji and Tonga. Harry and Meghan will then return to Sydney on October 27, before traveling to New Zealand, where they'll spend days in Wellington, Auckland, and Rotorua.

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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