Meghan Markle wears Māori inspired design in New Zealand

Meghan Markle has captured worldwide attention with her fashion choices on her royal tour with husband Prince Harry, bringing millions of eyes to the Kiwi designers she's been sporting throughout. 

The latest Kiwi item worn by the Duchess of Sussex on the New Zealand leg of the royal tour is a Māori tattoo-inspired diamond pendant by Kiwi designer Jessica McCormack.

Meghan wore the blackened white gold pendant - which reportedly retails for over $17,000 - during a passionate speech about women's suffrage at Government House on Sunday. 

"The collection is based on the beautiful spiral pattern found in Ta Moko," a post from the designer's Instagram reads. 

Meghan has also shown love for top New Zealand designer Karen Walker during the tour, wearing her designs multiple times. The Duchess sported the unreleased Banks Trench over an ASOS maternity dress when touching down in Aotearoa on Sunday. 

Even before reaching New Zealand, Meghan was snapped at Sydney's Bondi Beach wearing Walker's 'Temptation' studs in gold, and was sporting them again on the Fijian leg of the tour. 

Meghan also wore Walker's Northern Lights sunglasses, which cost a cool $239, while on Fraser Island in Australia - reportedly leading to a spike in sales of the sunnies. 

The cost of Meghan's wardrobe during the tour has reportedly reached around $80,000 and will potentially top $100,000 by its conclusion.