Meghan Recycles a Dress from One of Her Earliest Appearances with Harry

The royal tour is almost over, but Meghan Markle still has several more outfit changes ahead of her before the trip officially ends.

And stepping out for a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum, hosted by New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Meghan proved that she’s more like Kate Middleton than you realized.

Meghan has regularly reworn her favorite shoes throughout the royal tour, including her favored Aquazzura Casablanca pumps, and Stuart Weitzman Legend heels. Her Outland Denim Harriet black jeans have also been seen on more than one occasion during the trip.

But showing that she hangs on to clothes that she really loves, just like Kate Middleton, Meghan rewore an Antonio Berardi dress that we first saw her in when she supported Prince Harry playing polo back in 2017 (per Hello! magazine).

Back in May 2017, when Meghan and Harry’s relationship was rarely photographed, the Suits actress put in an appearance at the Audi Polo Challenge at Ascot’s Coworth Park, to support her then-boyfriend. As Meghan’s Mirror notes, the navy ruffle midi-dress, which is double-breasted and sleeveless, has since sold out, of course, but you can still shop similar Antonio Berardi looks.

Meghan paired the chic look with her beloved Aquazzura Deneuve 105 pumps in a nude shade, a style she’s often seen wearing:

Luckily, you can still shop the shoes, which must be incredibly comfortable, judging by how often Meghan wears her pair:

The royal tour continues for one more day, before the Duke and Duchess return home.

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