Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has always provided style inspiration to people around the world, and since becoming pregnant, she has visited quite a number of countries, all of which have different climates. This can make dressing for the occasion tricky for any mum-to-be, but Meghan has risen to the occasion beautifully.

The Duchess of Sussex attends a state dinner at the Royal Residence in Nuku’alofa, Tonga.. Image: Paul Edwards – Pool/Getty Images

Online fashion site, Love the Sales, has compiled an analysis of Meghan’s pregnancy style through her public engagements and appearances over the past few months. It shows how the mum-to-be has dressed to suit the weather in different countries, while remaining culturally appropriate and regal.

New Zealand in October

The Duchess of Sussex wore lightweight raincoats and casual attire in New Zealand. Image: Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage

Meghan visited many open spaces and national parks while in New Zealand, and she wore lightweight raincoats and casual attire. It can be windy in Wellington at that time of year, so the Duchess sported plenty of layers and was seen on several occasions wearing waterproof jackets and windbreakers. While visiting Abel Tasman National Park, she wore a lightweight “Lagoon” navy waterproof jacket from Seasalt, a black “Trani” sweater by Jac + Jac, Outland denim “Harriet” black high-waisted jeans and Stella McCartney x Adidas grosgrain-trimmed faux leather trainers.

Australia in October

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, at Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island in Australia. Image: Darren England/AFP/Getty Images

As it was coming up to summertime in Australia, Meghan wore sunglasses on nearly every public outing during the day, and also wore plenty of light fashionable dresses that didn’t weigh her down in the 25-degree heat. While visiting Fraser Island, the Duchess wore a Reformation “Pineapple” linen dress, Karen Walker black “Northern Lights” sunglasses and brown Sarah Flint “Grear” lace-up sandals.

London in January

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex during her visit to the Mayhew animal welfare charity in London. Image: Eddie Mulholland – WPA Pool/Getty Images

The UK can have cold and often wet weather through the winter months, and Meghan was seen on a number of public events wearing thick wool overcoats over chic dresses. During her visit to the Mayhew animal welfare charity in London, Meghan wore an Emporio Armani beige cashmere coat, a H&M “Mama” maternity fine knit dress in beige, Paul Andrew “Coquette” suede camel heels, and a Stella McCartney “Falabella” beige mini tote bag.

New York in February

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Abigail Spencer in New York City. Image: Gotham/GC Images

The cold weather felt in New York in February meant that Meghan wore more slim-fitting overcoats. She matched them with a number of athleisure style outfits, hats, trainers, jeans and leggings, giving off a more urban vibe to her looks. She celebrated her baby shower there, and while out shopping in the city, she wore a Courreges haute couture black vintage coat, Le Specs “Air Heart” black sunglasses, H&M Mama shaping maternity jeans, Stuart Weitzman “Legend” beige suede shoes and the Carolina Herrera “Matryoshka Locked L” shoulder bag.

Morocco in February

Prince Harry and Meghan arrive at the residence of King Mohammed VI of Morocco. Image: Yui Mok – Pool / Getty Images

With a dry heat reaching up to 25 degrees, Meghan opted for lightweight silk gowns when visiting Morocco that were completely in keeping with the styles of the North African country. She also got a henna tattoo there. While visiting the residence of King Mohammed VI of Morocco, the Duchess wore a blue Carolina Herrera floral printed silk chiffon gown, Gianvito Rossi “Gianvito 105” shoes in nude leather and she carried a Dior “Bee” gold clutch.

To check out the full Love the Sales analysis of the Duchess’s maternity style, please see here.

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