The full-length cape blue dress is by label SAFiYAA, designed by by German-born London-based designer Daniela Karmuts.
Days later, Meghan arrived on Australia's Fraser Island wearing an & Other Stories printed maxidress almost identical to her sister-in-law's, save for its cap sleeves.
The couple is taking precautions by only Harry visiting Fiji's Solo-i-Suva forest for the unveiling of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy and the same for their planned trip to Suva's War Memorial, The Sun reported.
Custom in Fiji dictates that people attending a ceremony such as this do not wear hats as a mark of respect but as you'll see from photos of the reception, Meghan wore a white hat as part of her outfit. Looking forward to the duke and duchess's future Baby Sussex, set to arrive in spring 2019, well-wishers gave them tons of sweet baby gifts, like flowers, stuffed bears and even an adorable baby blanket.
On Friday, Prince Harry was joined by Invictus ambassador Gwen Cherne on the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb in which they talked about grief and loss. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are on day eight of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific.
The royal couple, who are expecting their first child together, touched down on the island of Fiji on Tuesday.
Wearing a slit-to-the-thigh Reformation maxi dress that appeared see-through in the sunlight, Meghan arrived by auto to meet Harry at the end of the pier, where he had been brought by boat.
"I think Meghan is carrying a boy", one user wrote.
The duchess had opted to rest instead of attending a couple of engagements in Australia, including travelling around the uneven terrain of Fraser Island in Queensland.
The duchess wore her hair down in waves and kept her accessories minimal ― wearing only long, diamond earrings that Kensington Palace said were "borrowed", according to The Sun reporter Emily Andrews.