At this point, Duchess Meghan is one of our top style icons and whether she’s getting casual in a pair of Lulus or dolling it up in a Jason Wu gown, she’s constantly pulling styles right from our home and native land. It’s clear that after spending years in Toronto filming Suits and hanging out with Canadian stylist and BFF, Jessica Mulroney, Meghan has developed a healthy love affair with Canadian fashion brands.
And that didn’t change just because she had to switch to maternity wear this year (albeit, custom maternity wear). The Duchess has continued to rep Canadian designers while traveling around the world and carrying little Baby Sussex.
In appreciation of all the fabulous Canadian styles she’s worn (and in anticipation for the upcoming royal addition), we took a look back at every single time Meghan has publicly worn Canadian brands since she and Harry announced they were expecting in October 2018.
All the times Meghan rocked Canadian brands during her pregnancy
Beach PatrolThree days after announcing there was a royal little one on the way, Meghan and Harry set off on their Royal Oceania Tour, Canadian fashion brands in tow. Though Megs wasn’t showing just yet, she set the style tone early with this Club Monaco LBD with button details along the left side. The look doesn’t exactly scream “beachwear” but it’s classic and chic, just like Meghan. JULIAN SMITH/AFP/Getty Images
True blueFor her and Harry’s visit to an all-girls high school in Sydney, Australia, Meghan accessorized her fun blue Roksanda midi dress with topaz studs and a simple white gold bracelet from Canadian jewellery designer Maison Birks (spoiler: Birks features heavily in Meghan’s jewellery collection). Phil Noble - Pool/Getty Images
Drop dead gorgeousThe next day at an Invictus Games event, Meghan stepped out in Birks again, this time sporting sapphire drop earrings to compliment her blue Stella McCartney cape dress. She also wore the same simple bangle as the day before (and seriously, who could blame her? It’s stunning!). Ian Vogler - Pool/Getty Images
Stark silhouetteMeghan is one of many big names (Michelle Obama being another) who regularly wears Taiwanese-Canadian-American designer Jason Wu. At a private Invictus Games reception, the royal rocked a black Wu sheath dress and matching structured jacket. @KensingtonRoyals/Instagram
Fiji forestFor her and Harry’s final engagement in Fiji, Meghan repped Jason Wu again, this time in a sophisticated forest green number, accessorized with sleek Manolo Blahnik pumps (a fave of hers) and a Dior clutch. (Side note: we’ll never get tired of watching Meghan and Harry look at each other).Chris Jackson-Pool/Getty Images
Snow DuchessMeghan just can’t get enough of Birks! The Duchess wore the brand for the third time on her Royal Oceania tour for a state dinner at the royal residence in Tonga. The weather may have been warm, but Meghan was giving off snow queen vibes with her Snowflake Snowstorm diamond earrings and white Theia gown. Paul Edwards - Pool/Getty Images
Easy, breezy, beautifulWell, isn’t Megs just traipsing this Canadian brand all over Oceania. At a memorial ceremony in New Zealand, the Duchess’s Birks citrine and diamond drop earrings were on full display with her hair swept back in a simple knot. They contrasted beautifully with her plaid Karen Walker trench. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Café ChicWe were instantly obsessed with this grey Club Monaco coat the moment we saw it on Meghan in October and we’re happy to report we feel the same love for it months later. The Duchess wore the gorgeous outerwear for an outing to a café in Wellington, New Zealand. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Royal (style) VarietyAttending the Royal Variety Performance in London, Meghan did something her sister-in-law Kate is known for but she does seldom herself—she re-wore an item. In this case, it was those Birks snowflake earrings she debuted in Tonga. It’s like they were made to go with that Safiyaa two-piece. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Kitchen CoutureMeghan went full Canadian to visit the ladies at the Hubb Community Kitchen in London with this burgundy Club Monaco mini dress and coat ensemble. This is one of her cutest maternity looks, in our humble opinion, and the Givenchy ankle booties pull the look together nicely. TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images
Most Likely to be a Fashion iconIf you had a coat this nice, wouldn’t you wear it inside too? At an event hosted by The Association of Commonwealth Universities, Meghan kept warm in a light tan Artizia overcoat while discussing higher education and gender equality. @KensingtonRoyal/Instagram
Double DutyMegs wore not one but TWO Canadian brands to visit residents at the Royal Variety Charity’s nursing and care home in December. Her grey coat is Soia & Kyo and she once again sported Birks bling. Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Canadian brand, Canadian colourIn January, the Sussexes visited under-privileged families in northern England and Meghan chased away the winter blahs with a cheery red and purple combo that had us all reminiscing about summer fashion. To make it even better, the whole bright ensemble was actually Canadian—a cherry red Sentaler coat and a purple Babaton by Aritzia midi dress. (NB: The stunning red heals are Stuart Weitzman but she was this close to head-to-toe CanCon!) PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images
She’s got Canada to keep her warmOn an outing to an all-girls boarding house on her Moroccan Royal Tour, Megs donned a Wilfred by Aritzia scarf (you can see it right there on the tag) to finish off this casual blazer look. Earlier in the day, the Duchess had also been wearing a white chiffon Wilfred shirt. Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images
Third time’s the charmAfter spending the day out and about, the Duke and Duchess attended an official reception with the British Ambassador to Morocco. For the occasion, Meghan brought out what’s shaping up to be one of her favourite pieces of jewellery—her Birks Snowstorm earrings. The perfect sparkly addition to a royally regal outfit. Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images
We Day surpriseIn March, Meghan made a surprise appearance next to hubby Prince Harry at We Day UK and proved she’s not just repping Canadian designers when she’s on the clock. The royal wore a simple black outfit but added a navy Smythe Duchess Blazer on top. It’s the same blazer Meghan’s sister-in-law, Kate, has been caught in multiple times since 2011 (when it was renamed “the Duchess Blazer” in her honour). John Phillips/Getty Images
On home turfTo celebrate Commonwealth Day, Meghan and Harry attended a youth event at Canada House in London and Meghan dressed all-Canadian for the occasion. Her matching custom emerald green maternity dress and coat are by Canadian brand Erdem and she completed the ensemble with opal Birks stud earrings. The black filigree on the coat is a pattern called “Doria”, which just so happens to be Meghan's mother's name. Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images