£9,294 The Duchess wears her eco heart on her sleeve. In Australia, she picked a striped dress by US sustainable label Reformation. A similar one is £250.
And in New Zealand she chose a £450 white tuxedo dress by Maggie Marilyn, who uses local craftsmen and biodegradable packaging.
Often choosing flats in pregnancy, she has worn vegan trainers by Veja, sparking a trend for the £80 shoes, and black flats by Rothy’s, made from recycled plastic bottles (£70).
She has also carried a £1,500 Gabriela Hearst tote bag – Hearst is obsessed with plastic alternatives.
Early on, she opted for a £995 off-the-shoulder checked blazer from sustainable brand Theory.
Stella McCartney, her favourite British designer, is also eco-minded. She made Meghan’s £3,500 evening wedding dress, a £1,249 cape dress, and a £1,040 tie detail coat.
Even Meghan’s £160 jeans are by Outland – which ensures its Asian seamstresses get a living wage.