Meghan Markle's casual Californian style was on Thursday during her visit to Bondi Beach in Sydney next to Prince Harry.
The Los Angeles-born princess, who swept her hair into a ponytail, was on Beach Chic in a striped Martin Grant maxi dress (which is currently unavailable) by Australian designer Martin Grant. She also wore a pair of castañer espadrilles – both she and her husband threw away their shoes to run barefoot in the sand.
Meghan, expecting the couple's first child in spring, beamed as she cradled her bump sweetly as the couple made their way to the beach.
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And she seemed completely at home with her bare feet in the sand as she and Harry engaged with other beachcombers for an "anti-bath The Duchess of Sussex once wrote on her former lifestyle blog, The Tig, "I was born and raised in Los Angeles, a Californian girl who lives by the ethos that does most things with either yoga , Beach or a few avocados. "
And the born and bred West Coaster seems to be checking all these things off their list during the couple's down-town royal tour. Meghan snuck into her early morning yoga session before going to the beach.
"Meghan told me that pregnancy is like jet lag," said local Charlotte Connell – who also expected – Sky News. "She said she went to her room at 4:30 in the morning because she could not sleep."
Meghan has long been an advocate of yoga, with her mother Doria Ragland – who is an instructor in Los Angeles – playing an important role in her love For the practice.
"Yoga is my thing," Meghan said before Best Health Magazine . "My mother is a yoga teacher, and I started to do mama-and-Ip yoga with her when I was seven."
Soon she will have her own little one to share her passion for yoga. Meghan and Harry teased her "long list" of possible baby names earlier in the week.
During the excursion of the Australian royal couple in Melbourne, Australia, the two made their way to South Melbourne Beach. Twelve-year-old Charlie Wolf took the opportunity to grill Meghan and Harry in a name for the royal baby.
Meghan kept her mother and replied, "We got a long list of names from everyone, we go sit down and look at them."