THE DUCHESS of Sussex doesn’t just talk the talk, she walks the walk.
The pregnant royal, who spent Wednesday in the rural NSW town of Dubbo, continues to impress on-lookers as she interacts with the public and seems to add a touching tribute to every event.
Her, once again, impeccable wardrobe on Wednesday included a pair of Outland Denim jeans, which are designed by a company based on Mt Tamborine.
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According to the company’s website, they “source the finest raw materials from around the world while offering sustainable employment and training opportunities to women rescued from human trafficking and sexual exploitation”.
Outland also has a training and production facility in Cambodia, where they help empower victims by providing employment.
Completing Meghan’s outfit is a top from Maison Kitsune, a jacket from the fashion collection of her good friend Serena Williams, and boots from J.Crew.
— Emily Andrews (@byEmilyAndrews) October 17, 2018
On Tuesday, it was the gorgeous diamond butterfly earrings that set tongues wagging. They were a tribute to her late mother-in-law Diana, who wore them during her first trip Down Under.
Prince Harry in Dubbo: The best part about visiting country Australia is the people. You are the salt of the earth – honest, hardworking and as tough as they come.
You are the backbone of this country.
— Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) October 17, 2018
On Wednesday the former Suits actress was seen alongside her husband, Prince Harry, hugging children, happily getting photos with locals and gratefully accepting flowers and gifts for their unborn baby.
She even reportedly whipped up banana bread at Admiralty House last night so that she could take it to the drought-stricken family they met in Dubbo.
Before then asking their driver to stop outside the gates to the property so they could greet those who had turned out to wave hello.
Then Meghan stood by Harry’s side, holding an umbrella as the rain pelted down during his speech to the people of Dubbo, where he called farmers the “backbone of this country”.