Meghan Markle has been a powerful presence in Mzansi during the royal tour in Africa - with words of encouragement and an interest in South Africans struggles, we have to admit we're going to miss her.
The Duchess' every move was photographed, and she looked stunning fulfilling her duties. However, we loved some of her looks more than others.
Briefly.co.za compiled a list of the former Suits actress' best and worst looks on the royal African tour.
1. African print wrap dress
On her first day in South Africa, the Duchess rocked an African print wrap dress by Malawian brand Mayamiko, TimesLIVE reported.
The stunning black and white dress allowed Meghan to honour African culture in a subtle, yet respectable, manner.
2. Sleeveless jumpsuit
The Duchess looked royal in a sleeveless black jumpsuit - which she wore on her first solo day in Cape Town.
Meghan accompanied the stylish jumpsuit with sleek black heels, golden earrings and a perfectly styled low bun.
3. Casual outfit while honouring Uyinene Mrwetyana
Being a royal does not mean glam all the time. Meghan looked stunning in a white sleeveless blouse and pair of jeans during a trip to honour Uyinene Mrwetyana.
4. Rocking the nude colours
Throughout the tour, Meghan rocked trench dresses in natural colours, like the ones she wore to the University of Johannesburg and the final day's meeting with Graça Machel.
On both occasions, the Duchess paired the dresses with a nude heel that elongated her toned legs.
1. Shoe fail
Like we said, the Duchess looked amazing on the tour, but she did make a couple of fashion mishaps that could have been avoided.
While visiting Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Meghan wore a light summery dress that looked amazing. However, we do feel the dark navy stilettos threw the look off.
2. Green button-up dress
Meghan wore a green shirt-like dress during her visit with a charity in Johannesburg. The dress looked creased and we personally did not love the shoes with it as well. A pair of wedges in an earthy colour would have fitted better than the black pointed heels.
And, although we love the Duchess' hair, we think the outfit would have gone better with a low bun or a ponytail.
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