Prince Harry, his wife Meghan Markle and their adorable baby Archie, are currently well into their 10 day royal tour of South Africa.
As with any royal tour, there have been plenty of moments that we've been fawning over as spectators.
Most recently it was a rare glimpse of baby Archie with his adorable ginger hair -- just like his dad -- while he and his parents met Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, a prominent anti-apartheid activist.
Yet something else we haven't been able to take our eyes off is Meghan Markle's incredible royal tour fashion and as it turns out, a significant proportion of her wardrobe has been budget friendly.
Have a look at all of her impeccable outfits so far below:
One of Meghan's most recent outfits was a jumpsuit from sustainable fashion brand Everlane and retails for $180, far more affordable than many of the designer brands the duchess typically wears.
That being said, Meghan paired it with Manolo Blahnik pumps which usually sell for around $650 and $200 Onde Gourmette earrings, so perhaps keep thinking about that jumpsuit.
Meghan swapped her jumpsuit for a $680 wrap dress from Canadian brand Club Monaco during her meeting with Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and of course, her son Archie.
One of Meghan's earlier outfits was a $1600 Martin Grant striped maxi dress. Now while that is quite pricey it's important to note it's a dress she has worn before, made by an Australian designer she wore during the royal tour of down under.
So if we're going on price per wear? $800 sounds a bit better?
Meghan also wore a stunning STAUD khaki dress which retails for $325 which she paired with Sally Edelman flats while visiting the oldest mosque in South Africa.
And Meghan pulled out another item she has also previously worn, a Veronica Beard t-shirt dress that retails for $855 which she first wore during a trip to Tonga. She also wore her trusty wedge espadrilles.
While almost anything Meghan wears sells out immediately, being dubbed the "Meghan effect", we feel like she might've taken some style cues from Kate Middleton, an avid re-wearer of her designer outfits.