Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry wrapped up their 16-day tour of Australasia this evening.
Before touring the impressive Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua – a 700m walkway of 28 suspension bridges, the couple met with well-wishers in the area.
For the meet and greet, the Duchess showed off her growing curves in a partially see-through, royal blue outfit.
The stunning ensemble featured a sheer skirt and the Duchess’ slender legs were visible from underneath.
Meghan wore the custom-made navy pleated outfit by Givenchy as she beamed and laughed with members of the public.
The stunning two-piece featured a sweater with a crew neck and three-quarter sleeves, and floaty, delicate, sheer skirt.
Meghan has previously worn this style of Givenchy sweater, including an emerald green one on he visit to Dublin earlier this year.
The pleated skirt had a slight shimmer to it, coming to Meghan’s mid calves.
In the bright daylight, the skirt was see-through, with Meghan’s blue bodysuit visible underneath.
She paired the stunning outfit with her Manolo Blahnik BB Pumps in Navy Suede.
Now her signature hairstyle, Meghan tied everything together by wearing her hair in an elegant yet messy up-do.
Visible beneath the strands of dark hair was a pair of Boh Rohunga gold stud earrings gifted to the Duchess by New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern.
Her makeup was glamorous yet understated, with a subtle smokey eye, shimmery pink highlighter and pale pink lipstick.
Today was the last day of the Duke and Duchess’ 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
After meeting with well-wishers, Meghan changed into a more casual outfit for a walk around Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua.
Perfect for the occasion, Meghan wore a comfortable-looking navy puffer jacket.
She paired the jacket with a simple pair of black skinny jeans, a wardrobe essential of the Duchess’.
Underneath the jacket, a glimpse of the royal blue Givenchy sweater could be seen.
On her feet, she wore a pair of understated black loafer-style pumps, allowing her to walk with ease in the forest.