- During a visit to the Whakarewarewa Forest in Rotorua, New Zealand, on Wednesday, Meghan Markle wore a black puffer jacket from Scandinavian brand, Norrona.
- The duchess’ Norrona coat looks identical to the one Prince Harry wore when the couple walked through Abel Tasman National Park in Wellington, New Zealand, on Monday.
- Both Harry and Markle have sported several comfortable outfits since they kicked off their royal tour through the South Pacific on October 16.
- The duke and duchess wrapped up the final leg of their tour on Wednesday.
One of the latest pieces in Meghan Markle’s royal tour wardrobe may have come from Prince Harry’s closet.
During a visit to the Whakarewarewa Forest in Rotorua, New Zealand, on Wednesday, the duchess wore a black puffer jacket from Scandinavian brand, Norrona.
Markle completed the comfortable ensemble with black Mother Denim skinny jeans, black Birdies flats, and a royal blue top.
Both Harry and Markle, who wrapped up the final leg of their tour through the South Pacific on Wednesday, have sported several comfortable outfits since they kicked off their trip in Sydney, Australia, on October 16.
During their visit to Abel Tasman National Park, Markle wore a grey-blue windbreaker from Seasalt Cornwall over a Jac + Jack sweater and black skinny jeans by Outland Denim – a pair of pants she’s recycled several times throughout the royal tour.
She accessorized with $US325 Adidas Stan Smith sneakers made of vegan leather, designed in collaboration with British designer Stella McCartney, who is known for promoting ethical and sustainable fashion practices.
The duchess also wore sneakers from eco-friendly French brand, Veja, to watch the Invictus Games sailing final on October 21.
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