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With the royal tour just hours away from drawing to a close, all eyes once more turned to Meghan Markle and her outfit choice for the final day in New Zealand.
And the Duchess of Sussex certainly did not disappoint, wearing a navy midi dress by acclaimed British designer Stella McCartney, as she and Prince Harry arrived in Rotorua to greet the crowds.
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The 37-year-old mother-to-be paired her chic ensemble with a traditional New Zealand necklace and stilettos, wearing her hair in a chic up do favoured throughout the tour.
The Stella McCartney dress was quickly pinpointed by royal watchers as a customised version of the Long-Sleeve Side-Pleat Jersey Gown, which retails for $3,873 (GBP £2,163).
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It featured a round neckline and fell just below Meghan's knee.
The Duchess also wore her Boh Runga Discologo Gold Earrings, which were given to her as a gift from the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern.
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Finally, she added a traditional New Zealand necklace by Kiri Nathan around her neck.
The Maori design was a gift from Governor General Patsy Reddy.
Welcome - Meghan - Harry - Korowai - Māori
While attending the official welcome, Meghan and Harry were gifted Korowai (Māori cloaks), which the creator said were designed to 'act like a protector... to envelop them in strength, warmth and aroma (love)'.
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