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Meghan Markle re-wears her $199 Outland jeans for the FOURTH time on tour

She has already racked up an impressive wardrobe bill during the marathon tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

But the Duchess of Sussex has also time and again returned to some of her tried-and-tested favourites during the royal tour, proving she can be thrifty. 

On Monday, Meghan Markle decided to recycle several of her previous royal looks, including her favourite black $199 Outland jeans, which she has worn three times already, and her Jac and Jack black turtleneck.

The Duchess of Sussex has time and again returned to some of her tried-and-tested favourites during the royal tour, proving she can be thrifty (pictured on Monday with Prince Harry)

Because Meghan (pictured) has worn the jeans so much, they have gained a reputation from being extremely comfortable

Because Meghan (pictured) has worn the jeans so much, they have gained a reputation from being extremely comfortable

Meghan Markle decided to recycle several of her previous royal looks, including her black $199 Outland jeans, which she has worn three times already, and her Jac and Jack black turtleneck

Meghan Markle decided to recycle several of her previous royal looks, including her black $199 Outland jeans, which she has worn three times already, and her Jac and Jack black turtleneck

Meghan has worn the black jeans on countless other occasions (pictured), which quickly sold out after the first time she wore them in Dubbo

Meghan has worn the black jeans on countless other occasions (pictured), which quickly sold out after the first time she wore them in Dubbo

Meghan has worn the black jeans on countless other occasions (pictured), which quickly sold out after the first time she wore them in Dubbo

The stunning mother-to-be paired these wardrobe essentials with a $420 Club Monaco Ellayne Trench in seaweed green and Stuart Weitzman lace-up boots.

She chose to wear her hair in a neat ponytail, as she and Prince Harry stopped to visit the Maranui Cafe in Wellington to discuss a number of mental health projects operating in the country. 

This isn’t the first time Meghan has re-worn several pieces from her wardrobe.

The Duchess has worn her trench coat by Australian designer Martin Grant on three occasions, paying tribute to the country with her choice of outerwear.

She has also seemed keen to rotate her footwear, wearing her Stuart Weitzman Legend High Heel Pumps on two occasions: the first day of the royal tour in Sydney, and again at the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony on Saturday night.

Searches for 'black trousers' are up 19 per cent year on year, and 40 per cent since the beginning of 2018 -   their rising popularity coincides with the sky-rocketing profile of Meghan

Searches for 'black trousers' are up 19 per cent year on year, and 40 per cent since the beginning of 2018 -   their rising popularity coincides with the sky-rocketing profile of Meghan

Searches for ‘black trousers’ are up 19 per cent year on year, and 40 per cent since the beginning of 2018 – their rising popularity coincides with the sky-rocketing profile of Meghan

The Duchess also wore the jeans to board the plane to Fiji from Hervey Bay (pictured)

The Duchess also wore the jeans to board the plane to Fiji from Hervey Bay (pictured)

The stunning mother-to-be paired these wardrobe essentials with a $420 Club Monaco Ellayne Trench in seaweed green and Stuart Weitzman lace-up boots

The stunning mother-to-be paired these wardrobe essentials with a $420 Club Monaco Ellayne Trench in seaweed green and Stuart Weitzman lace-up boots

Meghan and Prince Harry stopped to visit the Maranui Cafe in Wellington to discuss a number of mental health projects operating in the country

Meghan and Prince Harry stopped to visit the Maranui Cafe in Wellington to discuss a number of mental health projects operating in the country

Celebrity stylist Lucas Armitage, previously told FEMAIL: ‘Whilst the demands on Meghan’s wardrobe are immense she isn’t afraid to be economical and reuse staple pieces.

‘This presumably is for practical and logistical reasons whilst travelling.

‘Meghan demonstrates that a good pair of shoes has many uses – take her Tabitha Simmons black sling back courts. With her Martin Grant Trench she shows how a stylish item never goes out of fashion.’

Overall, searches for ‘black trousers’ are up 19 per cent year on year, and 40 per cent since the beginning of the year – and experts say the fact their rising popularity coincides with the sky-rocketing profile of Meghan Markle is no coincidence.

Even though Meghan is making black trousers her uniform for official engagements, she always makes sure each pair is a bit different – from her wide legged Burberry pair in Brixton in January to skinny jeans in Wales and Outland ‘Harriet’ jeans on tour.

They will later visit Abel Tasman National Park, which has little blue penguins, bottlenose dolphins and seals inhabiting the area

They will later visit Abel Tasman National Park, which has little blue penguins, bottlenose dolphins and seals inhabiting the area

The couple arrived in Wellington on Sunday and will spend five days in the country, visiting Auckland and Rotorua along the way

The couple arrived in Wellington on Sunday and will spend five days in the country, visiting Auckland and Rotorua along the way

After enjoying some tea at the vegan establishment the pair will visit Abel Tasman National Park, which has little blue penguins, bottlenose dolphins and seals inhabiting the area.

Later in the day, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will head back to the capital for an evening event at Courtenay Creative.

The couple arrived in Wellington on Sunday and will spend five days in the country, visiting Auckland and Rotorua along the way.

On their first day there they were greeted with a powhiri at Government House, before they laid a wreath at Pukeahu National War Memorial and enjoyed a public walkabout.

The couple were later hosted at a reception by the Governor General, celebrating 125 years of women’s suffrage.  

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