Meghan strutting out of her wedding reception in a custom-made Stella McCartney gown. The Duchess rode in with husband, Prince Harry, wearing a powder pink, daring off-the-shoulder dress to her first Trooping the Colour in 2018. The Carolina Herrera design was worn with a matching Philip Treacy wide brim bowler hat. Meghan and Harry attended the Invictus Games Closing Ceremony where she wore a high-neck Burgundy Boss (by Hugo Boss) dress. She matched Aquazzura light pink heels with a mini Cuyana saddle bag. Markle met the President of Dublin, Michael Higgins, and his wife, Margaret Welsh, in a grey long sleeve Roland Mouret dress. The sleeves styled with a split three quarter of the way up. Below the waist has a unique fold over layered look. Who can forget Meghan's wedding gown? The silk Givenchy dress was custom designed by the fashion company's artistic director, Clare Waight Keller. Her veil deserved it's own slide. It was absolutely gorge! Meghan delivered a speech for International Women's Day at King College. The pregnant Duchess wore a black and white print Alexander McQueen. Black Manolo Blahnik pumps graced her feet. Color blocking was accomplished in this bright red Sentaler wrap coat covering a purple dress by Aritzia, with red Stuart Weitzman heels. Meghan is pretty in powder pink, yet again, the Queen's Young Leaders Awards. This time the style is Prada-made. This trimming white evening gown was worn as Meghan and Prince Harry attended dinner with the King and Queen of Tonga. This Theia piece has detailed beading on the shoulders that piques attention to the cap sleeves. A J. Crew navy blue wool coat with a cinched belt appropriate styled and kept Meghan warm in chilly England weather during International Women's Day. She sported a cream All Saints cowl neck sweat underneath with black cigarette pants and matching Manolo Blahnik pumps. Meghan looked as light as a feather in this detailed bird-themed gown. The black and white Oscar de la Renta design was magnified by extra tooling at the skirt and gave a sheer appearance up the bodice to the neckline. The styled was finished with black Aquazzura sling backs. Meghan supported tennis stars at Wimbledon along with sister-in-law, Duchess Kate Middleton. She was comfortable in a white Givenchy button down and airy in a long Hugo Boss pleated high-waist skirt. The skirt popped with large prints of blue and black florals. It seems like Meghan found another signature look with buttons. This khaki pinstripe dress with black button-down and Oroton stripped crossbody bag combo was worn to London's Commonwealth Youth Forum. She accessorized with a black shoulder-padded blazer accentuated with gold buttons. It was another beautiful day at Wimbledon where Meghan is seen in another white and blue number. This time the Duchess sauntered silk white wide-legged pants and a blue and white striped button-down. Both pieces were designed by Ralph Lauren. Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, arrived together at the Cliveden House Hotel the day before her wedding to Prince Harry. She kept "something blue" as she wore a navy asymmetrical dress that finished right below her knee. Extra fabric cascaded down the side of the waistline, while light grey heels lightened the mood. It was a family affair for the royals during Prince Louis' christening. Meghan pulled off a classy full khaki look thanks to Ralph Lauren. Another wide brim hat designed by Stephen Jones accessorized the outfit. Everyone was prepared to celebrate Christmas at church. Including Meghan who bared the cold weather in a camel wool coat complete with russet brown calot hat and suede Stuart Weitzman heeled boots. The Royal Academy of Arts welcomed Meghan in this silk black Givenchy dress with sheer sleeves, contrasted by a deep textured V-neck patch and belt. Another Givenchy piece was admired on the Duchess as she attended Cheshire with Queen Elizabeth II. The simple beige dress stood out thanks to its cape top. Meghan can thank Gabriela Hearst for this custom black cap sleeve gown. She and Harry enjoyed to company of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at Government House. High-low dresses are a bit of a rare sighting fro Meghan. However, she effortlessly pulled off this double-breasted navy blue button down piece at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. Here is another high-low example, this time in a more glamorous fashion. The Duchess of Sussex raised HIV awareness in South Africa in a shimmering blue long sleeve gown. Enough "high" was measured to show a little leg, but the best feature of the ensemble was her baby bump. Some Bristol snow wasn't stopping Meghan from being bold. She was accompanied by her husband in a sheer black Oscar de la Renta midi dress. The unique piece bared animals and florals printed all over as she paired it with green suede Sara Flint stiletto-heeled boots. This high-neck dress was appropriate for the ANZAC Memorial in Sydney. The long black fit finished off with white buttons coming from the neck down to the hem. Meghan also accessorized with a black cocktail hat. Meghan officially asserted herself as Duchess of Sussex in a modest pale pink dress with sheer sleeves. The Goat-designed dress was paired with a matching wide brim bowler hat courtesy of Philip Treacy. The President of Fiji welcomed the royal couple to his country. Meghan wore this blue caped gown to dinner. Meghan appeared angelic in this white on white ensemble. An Amanda Wakely coat over a turtle neck Calvin Klein dress did the trick at the gala performance of "The Wider Earth" at the Natural History Museum. The look was complimented by Ralph Lauren olive-colored clutch and pumps. Alexi Lubomirski photographed the couple for the official engagement pictures posted on the Kensington Palace Instagram page. This sheer black, gold-beaded Ralph and Russo gown with feathered skirt costs almost $50,000. Meghan glowed as she glided in a blue Carolina Herrera gown to meet the King of Morocco. She got a chance to be a bit more relaxed during a beach day with the hubby. She wore a brown and black striped Martin Grant maxi dress and Castañer wedges. The legs were out to play in a Judith & Charles tuxedo dress Your Highness wore to a charity performance of "Hamilton." Black Stuart Weitzman pointy-toed pumps completed the look with a gold clutch. Hugo Boss helped Meghan bring some shimmer to a day of remembrance at the memorial service for Stephen Lawrence in London. It was lovely to see a huge pop of color as Meghan shined brightly in a yellow Brandon Maxwell dress. She enjoyed the 'Your Commonwealth' Youth Challenge Reception in nude Manolo Blahniks. Meghan makes seven months of pregnancy look easy in this radiant look. We see her in her cream Amanda Wakeley coat, again. This time, she donned a festive brocade dress with gold print to the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles’s investiture as the Prince of Wales. Nothing can describe how graceful Meghan looked at a special reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco. This stunning nude Dior gown did not need anything extra but the Dior clutch to match. Victoria Beckham designed this chain-printed dress Meghan completed with a pillbox hat and cream coat. Meghan oozed sophistication in this full forest green outfit. The coat and matching dress came custom by Erdem that she mixed with slinky black Aquazzura pumps. Motherhood clearly fits Meghan as she debuts newborn, Archie, to the public in a white Grace Wales Bonner tux dress with nude suede heels. The best accessories: a tie between her husband's loving gaze and adorable baby boy.