The pregnant Duchess of Sussex might be in her second trimester, but she’s got no time to give into the leg pain, heartburn and UTIs she might be experiencing. With 76 engagements to crack through while on her 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, she’s expected to smile constantly, make excellent small talk and give everyone she meets her full attention. Not to mention look flawless. The latter, at least, isn’t solely on her. Meghan’s reportedly enlisted the help of her close friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney who was seen arriving in Sydney . Mulroney’s likely been tasked with sourcing the Duchess’ outfits for the duration of the tour – which is no small feat. With engagements including a tree walk, a visit to a surfing community, the Invictus Games and numerous evening receptions , Meghan will need everything from jeans to ballgowns in her fashion arsenal. And, like all the female royals before her, she’ll face pressure to pay homage to each country’s designers with her style choices. Will she please her eagle-eyed fans with her sartorial know-how? Watch this space. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more: Meghan’s touching tribute to Diana during royal tour First hint of a baby bump for Meghan in Australia
The pregnant duchess impressed Australian royal fans in a Karen Gee dress and jewelry from the late princess's collection.
Before officially kicking off the schedule, Harry and Meghan announced they are expecting their first child!
The royal was widely criticised for opting against wearing a Brit label for her debut trip to the couple's namesake county.
No tweed for this gal. The duchess went edgy in a form-fitting Hugo Boss leather skirt for her first official joint trip to Sussex with Prince Harry.