Last Wednesday (2 October), Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wrapped their final day of royal tour engagements at the Tembisa township near Johannesburg, South Africa.
The couple arrived, hand-in-hand, at the Youth Employment Services Hub, created by President Ramaphosa in 2018 to help tackle unemployment in young people in South Africa.
For the engagement, Meghan opted to wear a shirt dress – the fourth sheâ€™s worn on this tour alone.
Todayâ€™s number was a minimalist, cream affair, complete with rolled-up sleeves and a slim, matching waist belt. It was from a local sustainable South African womenswear brand,Â Hannah Lavery.
The dress was paired with Â£295 nude court shoes by Stuart Weitzman and Â£18 red tassel earrings from American brand, Madewell.
A beaded bracelet, given to her yesterday from her private school visit with girls from The Teddy Bear Clinic, completed the look.
The belted dress look has been Meghanâ€™s go-to silhouette throughout the tour – and itâ€™s easy to see why. The workwear-friendly style is ideal for a royal to wear during a formal engagement. Itâ€™s smart, without being too stuffy, and fairly cool – ideal in the South African heat.
On day one of the tour, the DuchessÂ rewore a bold blue shirt dress by US label, Veronica Beard. She debuted the look in 2018, while pregnant with Archie, on a visit to Tonga.
On day two, Meghan wore aÂ Â£260 maxi dress by US brand, Staud, to visit Auwal Mosque in Bo Kaap. The floor-sweeping number featured short sleeves and a full skirt.
On Tuesday, the mum-of-one wore another shirt dress: a green, knee-length dress by eco-friendly brand, Room 502.
US First Lady Melania Trump and former US First Lady Michelle Obama are both fans of the trend, as is Meghanâ€™s sister-in-law: the Duchess of Cambridge.
Later on, Meghan and Harry will attend an afternoon reception to celebrate the UK and South Africaâ€™s business relationship before having an audience with President Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife.
The couple will then be reunited with baby Archie to fly back to London this evening.