MEGHAN Markle made a fashion faux pas on her and Prince Harry's final day of their first overseas tour, flashing her undies in a see-through skirt.
The Duchess of Sussex, who has barely put a foot wrong on the official 16-day Autumn tour visiting cities in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, wore a striking Givency bespoke navy pleated skirt which was possibly more revealing than she'd realised.
Meghan, 37, teamed the long skirt with a navy crew neck blouse from the same designer label and finished off her look with a navy suede pair of Manolo Blahnik BB pumps.
Earlier this week Meghan made another rare fashion blunder after leaving the label hanging off her designer dress as she and Prince Harry landed in Tonga.
During the walkabout in Rotorua on day four of the royal couple's tour of New Zealand, Meghan melted hearts when she stopped to chat to a little girl in the crowd.
She and Prince Harry also visited the Rainbow Springs Kiwi Breeding programme, where they held newborn kiwi chicks.
They also visited Te Papaiouru Marae for a formal pōwhiri and luncheon in their honour, where Meghan wore a stunning royal blue Stella McCartney dress worth £2,159 and stiletto heels.
She was given a pheasant-feather "cloak of protection" by Maori elders to look after her during pregnancy.
They told her she "represents strong values for women. She displays love and is a great leader".
The pair have crammed in an incredible 76 engagements during their trip.
Harry and Meghan will return to Auckland this evening, before departing for London tomorrow.
Earlier today we brought you the adorable moment Meghan spotted a young fan she mentored through Instagram in a huge New Zealand crowd and rushed to give her hug.