The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at Sydney Airport via a Qantas flight on Monday morning ahead of their epic international tour as a married couple.
The effortless chic royal cut a glamorous figure for her first ever visit Down Under.
Dressed casually for the special occasion, Meghan looked sophisticated in a black turtle-neck top, with a coat featuring maroon lapel and cuff.
She styled her arrival outfit with a pair of black trousers and heels.
Excited royal fans braved the wet weather as they turned out in the rain to catch a glimpse of the stylish Duchess.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have touched down in Australia for their international tour
Staying true her to her trademark style, Meghan finished her sophisticated look with black trousers, and heels
While Meghan has become famous for her messy bun, she opted to keep her luscious brunette locks straight and simple for the long-haul flight.
Staying true her to her trademark style, Meghan – who was spotted clutching two pink folders – showed off her glowing complexion with a subtle make-up look.
As she walked hand-in-hand with her royal husband to the waiting motorcade, the couple headed to Admiralty House for a quiet start to their tour.
Prince Harry wore a casual grey sweater over a pinstriped collar top, along with a brown satchel bag over his shoulder.
While Meghan has become famous for her messy bun, she opted to keep her luscious brunette locks straight and simple for the long-haul flight
Dressed casually for the occasion, the stunning royal cut a glamorous figure in a black turtle-neck top, with a coat featuring maroon lapel and cuff
The couple will have a low-key start to their Australian tour, with official duties not starting until Tuesday – giving them time to rest.
The pair have set off to Admiralty House in Kirribilli, the Governor-General’s residence, where they will stay on Monday night before embarking on their jam-packed itinerary.
As the couple have already wowed the Australian crowd on arrival, fashion experts from around the world are keen to find out what Meghan will wear over her two-week tour Down Under.
Meghan has become a style icon, with every item she wears selling out, usually within minutes, sometimes seconds, of her appearance.
Her enviable wardrobe has included Australian brands, including a Ralph & Russo gown she wore for her official engagement photo shoot and a Camilla and Marc blazer and Oroton bag.
Meghan previously declared her love for Australian jewellery brand Natalie Marie after sharing a picture of herself wearing a ring on her now-deleted Instagram page.
Harry and Meghan’s Australian tour
Monday, October 15: Sydney, Australia – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex touched down at Sydney Airport
Tuesday, October 16: Sydney, Australia – The first day of the tour will begin at Admiralty House, where Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove will welcome the couple alongside representatives from each of the 18 countries participating in the Invictus Games. The Duke and Duchess will then travel to Taronga Zoo to officially open the new Taronga Institute of Science and Learning. They will later visit the Sydney Opera House, where they will have an opportunity to meet members of the public as they walk along the forecourt. The day concludes with a reception at Admiralty House
Wednesday, October 17: Dubbo, Australia – The couple will fly to Dubbo, in the New South Wales central west. On arrival, the Duke and Duchess will visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service. They will also will see first-hand the hardships local drought affected farmers are facing by visiting a local property. The Duke and Duchess will then travel to Victoria Park to join people from Dubbo and surrounding areas at a picnic, followed by a visit to a local school
Thursday, October 18: Melbourne, Australia – Harry and Meghan will fly to Melbourne where the day will begin with a short walk to Government House, meeting members of the public along the way, before attending an official reception. The royal couple will later visit a social enterprise café. In the afternoon, the Duke and Duchess will visit a primary school to meet students who are involved in sustainability programmes. Upon departure from the school, The Duke and Duchess will travel on an iconic Melbourne tram to South Melbourne beach
Friday, October 19: Sydney, Australia – In the morning, Harry and Meghan will visit Bondi Beach. Before departing, the Duke and Duchess will have an opportunity to meet members of the public. Later that morning, the couple will take part in a youth advocate programme. Following this event, the Duke will climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to officially raise the Invictus Flag, marking the arrival of the Invictus Games to Sydney. Their Royal Highnesses will conclude the day with calls on the Leader of the Opposition at Admiralty House, and the Prime Minister at Kirribilli House
Saturday, October 20: Sydney, Australia – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will travel by boat to attend the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Cockatoo Island. In the evening, Harry and Meghan will attend a reception at the Opera House, prior to attending the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Opening Ceremony. Prince Harry will give a speech at this event
Sunday, October 21: Sydney, Australia – Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex will watch some Invictus Games events, including cycling and sailing. They will attend a lunchtime reception hosted by the Prime Minister with Invictus Games competitors
Monday October 22: Fraser Island, Australia – Their Royal Highnesses will travel to Queensland’s Fraser Island or K’gari as it is known by the Traditional Owners the Butchulla people, as part of the dedication of the site to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC). The couple will then a lake to meet with local elders and national park rangers to learn about the Island. From here, Their Royal Highnesses will travel to the beach to learn about the history in the Island’s logging trade, as well as its use as a training base for the Australian Z Special Unit during the Second World War. Their Royal Highnesses will then travel to Kingfisher Bay by boat
Tuesday, October 23: Suva, Fiji – Their Royal Highnesses will be greeted by a Guard of Honour at the airport, before calling on His Excellency The President of Fiji at Borron House. The Duke and Duchess will then attend an official welcome ceremony in the city centre’s Albert Park. From there, The Duke and Duchess will leave Albert Park for the Grand Pacific Hotel to attend a Reception and a State Dinner hosted by The President of Fiji, at which The Duke will speak
Wednesday, October 24: Suva, Fiji – His Royal Highness will lay a wreath at the Fiji War Memorial, and meet a number of Fijian war veterans, some of whom served with the British Armed Forces. Their Royal Highnesses will then visit the University of the South Pacific campus in Suva. From here, Their Royal Highnesses’ programme will split. The Duke will travel to Colo-i-Suva Forest Park, and The Duchess to the British High Commissioner’s Residence. The Duchess will then travel to Suva Market
Thursday, October 25: Nadi, Fiji and Nuku’alofa, Tonga – The Duke and Duchess will travel to the city of Nadi in Western Fiji, where they will attend a special event at Nadi Airport. After an official welcome ceremony, The Duke and Duchess will unveil a new statue commemorating Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba. From Nadi Airport, Their Royal Highnesses will take a chartered flight to Tonga
Friday, October 26: Nuku’alofa, Tonga and Sydney, Australia – The Duke and Duchess will visit the St George Building for a call on the Prime Minister S Akilisi Pohiva and members of the cabinet. From there, Their Royal Highnesses will attend an exhibition with The Princess Angelika at the Faonelua Centre. The Duke and Duchess will then travel to Tupou College. The Duke and Duchess will travel to The Royal Palace for an official farewell with The King before departing for Sydney, where they will attend the the Australian Geographic Society Awards
Saturday, October 27: Sydney, Australia – Their Royal Highnesses will spend the afternoon at the wheelchair basketball finals of the Invictus Games at the Quay Centre, before attending the Closing Ceremony that evening at Qudos Bank Arena
Sunday, October 28: Wellington, New Zealand – The pair will attend the traditional welcome ceremony on the lawns of Government House. Their Royal Highnesses will be invited to hongi with the Governor-General’s Kuia and Kaumātua (Māori elders), before the pōwhiri, which includes a haka performed by members of the New Zealand Defence Force. Their Royal Highnesses will then travel to the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. That evening, the Duke and Duchess will receive official calls from the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition at Government House
Monday, October 29: Wellington and Abel Tasman, New Zealand – The Duke and Duchess will meet young people from a number of mental health projects operating in New Zealand. From Wellington, The Duke and Duchess will travel to Abel Tasman National Park. That evening back in Wellington, Their Royal Highnesses will visit Courtenay Creative for an event celebrating the city’s thriving creative arts scene
Tuesday, October 30: Auckland, New Zealand – Their Royal Highnesses will travel to Auckland, where they will firstly visit the North Shore to dedicate a 20 hectare area of native bush to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. They will then join the Prime Minister to visit Pillars, a charity operating across New Zealand. Later that afternoon, The Duke and Duchess will have the opportunity to meet the people of Auckland on the Viaduct Harbour, before attending a Reception hosted by the Prime Minister at the Auckland War Memorial Museum
Wednesday, October 31: Rotorua, New Zealand – The final day of their Royal Highnesses’ tour will take place in Rotorua. Next, The Duke and Duchess will head to Rainbow Springs to learn more about the centre’s kiwi breeding programme. Later that afternoon, the Duke and Duchess will head into the city for the chance to meet members of the public gathered there
Thursday, November 1: Their Royal Highnesses will return to Auckland that evening, before departing for London the following day