The Duke and Duchess of Sussex returned to Sydney ahead of the Invictus Games opening on Saturday, with a trip to Bondi Beach, a visit to the MacArthur Girls High School, calls on the Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Opposition, and, for Harry, a bridge climb to plant the Invictus Flag over Sydney Harbour.
Meghan debuted a beachy maxi dress for her trip to Bondi Beach. The brown striped dress is by Australian designer Martin Grant and features a knife-pleated skirt and horizontal stripes.
Meghan wore Castaner Carina canvas wedge espadrilles on her feet but quickly took them off once she got on the sand. She paired the dress with two tiny gold necklaces and earrings.
For the rest of the day’s engagements, Meghan switched into a navy dress with a light blue trim at the hem by Roksanda Athena. The dress was inspired by the 1950s and is only available in limited sizing.
Meghan paired the look with her beige Stuart Weitzman Legend pumps, a pair of Birks Chic Bee blue topaz earrings and a Birks white gold bangle.
Tomorrow marks the opening of the Invictus Games, so Meghan and Harry will be out and about in Sydney to officially open the Games.