We take a look at the Duchess of Sussex's Top 10 Maternity Looks!

The birth of royal baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor last month signified the beginning of Meghan Markle's maternity leave and the sad end of her baby bump looks. While the Duchess of Sussex looked amazing over the long weekend at Trooping the Colour (her first public appearance since giving birth), we can't help but miss her chic maternity outfits. Ever since she officially announced her pregnancy last October we were on bump style watch and from sequin gowns to floral moments, we took some serious notes! Noticeably, she strayed away from strictly maternity pieces, opting instead for regular clothes with a roomier fit. While we can probably guess it wasn't to cut costs, she showed us that it is possible to look stylish through every stage of pregnancy!

1. Sequins. Leave a little sparkle wherever you go!

Source: Pinterest Melania Sequin Dress in Rose Gold

2. Animal print. This trend is back and not going anywhere!

Source: Pinterest
/ Untamed Dress in Leopard Print

3. Emerald green. We are completely head over heels for this black and green colour combo which looks amazing on all complexions!

Source: Pinterest / Carousel Dress in Green Polka Dot

4. High necklines. Classy AND fabulous!

Source: Pinterest / Peony Dress in Teal with Grey Floral

5. Small florals. This subtle print is cute, feminine and so easy to wear!

Source: Pinterest / Addy Dress in Navy with Apricot Floral

6. Blush. We are OBSESSED!

Source: Pinterest / Burleigh Dress in Beige

7. Unique prints. Shake it up in a print that is slightly left of centre!

Source: Pinterest / Jacey Dress in Navy with Blush Speckle

8. Blush floral. So pretty!
Source: Pinterest / Honour Dress in Blush with Pink Floral

9. Navy everything. Always.

Source: Pinterest / French Kiss Dress in Navy with White Polka Dot

10. Flowy knee-length dresses. Perfect for going back for seconds (or thirds!)

Source: Pinterest / Burleigh Dress in Mustard

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13th June, 2019