Meghan Markle is bringing her fashion A game to pregnancy! Take a look at the Duchess of Sussex's best maternity outfits so far.
Black Coat With Maroon Trim — and 2 Purple Folders!
Kensington Palace announced Oct. 15, 2018, that Meghan and Harry were expecting their first child together as the pair embarked on a 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
Upon landing in Australia that day, Meghan carried two purple folders, apparently to shield her bump as she and Harry emerged from the airport to cheering crowds. The folders complemented a beautiful black coat with maroon trim, which she previously wore for a promotional photo for the Invictus Games.
Fitted Ivory Dress and Trench Coat
After landing in Australia on Oct. 15, 2018, Meghan switched into a fitted ivory dress by Karen Gee, paired with a trench coat, and showed off her tiny baby bump.
Of course, the dress sold out immediately afterward.
Gray Blazer (and J. Crew Boots)
Meghan and Harry stood under umbrellas as rain fell while the pair visited the city of Dubbo on Oct. 16, 2018. She wrote a gray blazer from her friend Serena Williams' collection, paired with a white button-down shirt by Maison Kitsune.
On her feet? Boots by J. Crew!
Meghan and Harry embraced the "beach chic" look as they visited Bondi Beach on Oct. 18, 2018, complete with leis.
They both took off their shoes to enjoy the sand.
Maxi Dress on the Beach
During the visit to Bondi Beach, Meghan wore a striped maxi dress from Australian label Martin Grant.
Striped Dress With a Thigh-High Slit
While on an outing on Fraser Island off the coast of Australia, Meghan wore a Reformation dress with a thigh-high slit, securing the dress with her hand to ensure that a breeze didn't reveal too much.
Meghan and Harry attended a reception hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia on Oct. 21 in Sydney, Australia, during their royal tour.
The Duchess covered up with a L'Agence blazer, black turtleneck from Wolford and black jeans from Outland Denim.
Blue Cape Gown
Meghan opted for a bold look in Fiji, wearing a "Fijan blue" cape gown by designer Safiyaa to a state dinner on Oct. 22, 2018. She was even spotted cradling her baby bump.
Fitted Red Dress (With the Tag Attached)
While arriving in the Kingdom of Tonga on Oct. 24, 2018, Meghan stepped off the plane in a beautiful red dress by Self-Portrait — with the tag still attached.
Despite, or perhaps because, of the faux pas, the dress sold out immediately.
To greet Prime Minister 'Akilisi Pōhiva and his cabinet in Tonga on Oct. 25, 2018, Meghan wore a striped dress by Australian designer Martin Grant, her hair drawn up in a ponytail.
Fairy Tale Gown
Dressed in Oscar de la Renta, Meghan stunned in a black-and-white tulle dress at the Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards on Oct. 26, 2018.
Maroon Peplum Top
While presenting a medal at the Invictus Games on Oct. 27, 2018, Meghan wore a maroon peplum top by Australian designer Scanlan Theodore, the fabric skimming over her bump.
Military Green Dress
Meghan donned a tuxedo-style Antonio Berardi dress for the Closing Ceremony of the Invictus Games on Oct. 27, 2018.
En route to New Zealand on Oct. 28, 2018, Meghan dressed in a sleek burgundy Hugo Boss dress and Aquazzura heels in light pink.
Plaid Trench Coat
Meghan opted for a plaid trench coat in New Zealand on Oct. 28, 2018.
Cap Sleeve Dress
While in New Zealand, Meghan sported a Gabriella Hearst cap sleeve dress to meet with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Oct. 28, 2018.
To visit Maranui Cafe in New Zealand on Oct. 29, 2018, Meghan wore a gray Club Monaco coat, keeping things casual.
After meeting children outside the cafe, Meghan rushed back inside and asked employees to share her leftover cakes. The happy kids clearly enjoyed their royal treats.
White Tuxedo Dress
On Oct. 29, 2018, Meghan wore a white tuxedo dress to meet with young professionals working in New Zealand's creative industries. Some attendees wore elaborate costumes in time for Halloween.
Rainy Day-Ready With Wellies
Meghan showed off her welly-wanging skills in New Zealand on Oct. 30, 2018, wearing a pair of the namesake boots, J. Crew jeans and a Karen Walker blazer (which was hidden beneath her raincoat).
Beige Dress and Trench Coat
Meghan donned a beige dress by Brandon Maxwell and classic Burberry trench coat as she walked the streets in Auckland, New Zealand, with Harry on Oct. 30, 2018, cradling her bump as she went.
Stella McCartney Dress
Meghan revealed a hint of a bump as she wore a Stella McCartney dress to a Māori cultural ceremony in Rotorua, New Zealand, on the final day of the tour.
As Meghan met the crowds in Rotorua in New Zealand on Oct. 31, she wore a pleated Givenchy skirt with a matching top and navy suede Manolo Blahnik pumps.
Meghan covered up her growing bump with her husband's Norrøna Oslo jacket as they took a stroll through Redwoods Tree Walk in Rotorua on Oct. 31.
Prince Harry and Meghan attended a service at Westminster Abbey in London on Nov. 11 - Meghan's first Remembrance Day. She wore a demure, navy peplum top for the service.
Stunning in Sequins
Meghan donned a black halter top by Safiyaa that was adorned with black and white sequins at the Royal Variety Performance in London on Nov. 19.
She clutched her bump as she spoke to other attendees.
Meghan dressed in a gorgeous burgundy coat by Club Monaco as she arrived to visit the Hubb Community Kitchen on Nov. 21.
The duchess worked with women at the kitchen to create a cookbook, "Together: Our Community Cookbook," earlier this year.
A Helping Hand
Meghan donned an apron over her burgundy dress while helping out in the Hubb Community Kitchen, which was set up by women affected by the Grenfell Tower Fire, on Nov. 21.
Meghan surprised the audience of the British Fashion Awards on Dec. 10 when she stepped out to present an award to the designer of her wedding dress, Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller.
To mark the occasion, she wore Givenchy, of course.
Floor-Length Velvet Gown
She looked stunning in the one-shoulder, floor-length velvet gown which she paired with gold jewelry from Pippa Small's collaboration with Turquoise Mountain Foundation. Prince Charles founded the charity, which provides work for artisans and builders in Afghanistan, the Middle East and Myanmar, Cosmo reports.
Floral Dress and Heels
For a visit to Royal Variety Charity's residential nursing and care home, Brinsworth House in Twickenham, on Dec. 18, Meghan wore a close-fitting floral-patterned dress by Brock Collection and high-heeled shoes.
The photo shows her chatting with head chef Stuart Jones.
Embracing Her Bump
At Brinsworth House, Meghan unveiled a plaque that marked her visit.
She has often been pictured holding her bump, which experts say comforts the baby.
Outside Brinsworth House, she wrapped up warm in a gray coat by Soia and Kyo.
Meghan Markle attended the Christmas Day church service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England, on Dec. 25.
She looked smart in a navy Victoria Beckham coat and midi dress, Philip Treacy hat and Stuart Weitzman boots.
A Royal Christmas
Meghan and Harry attended the service with other members of the royal family, including Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Charles.
At one point, Meghan reportedly placed her hand on her bump and told the crowd, "We're nearly there!"
A January Public Appearance
The Duchess of Sussex makes an official visit to Smart Works on Jan. 10, one of four organizations she now serves as a Royal Patron.
A Royal Visit from the Duchess of Sussex
The Duchess of Sussex chats with Patsy Wardally at Smart Works, an organization that helps women dress for business success.
Meghan Markle Visits Smart Works
Meghan Markle helps outfit Patsy Wardally during a visit to Smart Works, an organization that helps women in the work place.
Meghan wore a $35 H&M dress to visit London's Mayhew animal welfare charity to meet with volunteers on Jan. 16.
Her accessories weren't quite as affordable, however. She wore the dress with a cream Armani coat and a Stella McCartney tote.
Meghan Markle was the picture of elegance in a dazzling, floor-length gown for an event in London on Jan. 16.
She wore a Roland Mouret dress paired with Stuart Weitzman heels for Cirque du Soleil's "Totem" at London's Royal Albert Hall.
The photos also raised speculation that Markle had undergone bunion surgery, as a small scar could be seen on her left foot.
Eagle-eyed royal fans also noted that Meghan wore a bracelet that belonged to Princess Diana to the event. The gold bracelet features two large sapphires.
The Duchess of Sussex wore a peach-colored blazer and matching dress by designer Brandon Maxwell as she attended London's National Theater on Jan. 30 to watch a performance by a local school. She was recently named as patron of the organization.
Continuing her trend of wearing all one color, the Duchess of Sussex attended a gala performance at the Natural History Museum in all white alongside Harry.
Out in New York
The day before her New York baby shower, Meghan Markle stepped out for lunch in a vintage Courrèges black coat, black skinny jeans, nude shoes and sunglasses by Le Specs.
Her trip to New York was planned months ago, and included dinner at Ralph Lauren's restaurant, the Polo Bar, and tea at the Laduree bakery in Soho.