On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex landed in Ireland for their first official tour as a married couple, and with more wardrobe changes than we can wrap our heads around, it appears the Duchess is taking her new role very seriously.
In just two days and four stunning looks, Meghan's tour wardrobe has been calculated at a whopping $54,442 AUD. Of course, Meghan and Harry aren't footing the bill: Prince Charles pays for all clothing out of his $28 million Duchy of Cornwall income.
Below, a breakdown of all of Meghan Markle's royal tour looks so far.
Outfit One: Green Givenchy Blouse And Skirt
After arriving at Dublin Airport, Meghan opted for a green Givenchy ensemble. The Duchess also wore Givenchy on her wedding day and for her debut solo event with the Queen.
The emerald green look consisted of a pencil skirt (available for $2,154) and a bespoke top which Markle paired with Paul Andrew pumps ($847) and a tan Strathberry tote ($831).
Outfit Two: Black Belted Emilia Wickstead Dress
For the British embassy's summer party, Meghan stepped out in a black belted sleeveless dress by British designer Emilia Wickstead (reportedly worth $2641). She paired the dress with Aquazzura's Deneuve Black Bow Pointy Toe Pump ($750), a black Givenchy clutch ($2,696) and diamond drop earrings ($4,707).
Outfit Three: Grey Rouland Mouret Shift Dress
For her meeting with Ireland’s president, Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina, the Duchess wore a grey boatneck dress with an asymmetrical draped skirt by French designer Roland Mouret ($2,683). She accessorised the outfit with Birks Snowflake Snowstorm earrings ($16,255), Paul Andrew heels ($1,148) and a Fendi Peekaboo Essentials bag ($8,805).
Outfit Four: Black Givenchy Pantsuit
For her final look (so far) - and one of our personal favourites - Meghan stunned in another bespoke Givenchy classic: black pantsuit ($4,472) with a Lavender Hill boat t-shirt ($61) underneath. She paired the look with a Givenchy belt ($507), a Givenchy bag ($3,319), and Sarah Flint heels ($481).