Meghan Markle wore a sustainable €80 dress on her first day in South Africa
You're out of luck if you want to get it, though.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and baby Archie touched down in South Africa today to begin their royal tour. After settling into their accommodation and leaving Archie behind, they first visited Nyanga in the Cape Flats just outside of Cape Town.
It was their first stop of the family's ten-day visit, with Meghan and Harry meeting children supported by the charity Justice Desk.
While greeting the children and workers, the Duchess of Sussex wore sustainable Malawi-based fashion brand Mayamiko.
The black and white pattern wrap dress is a midi length and features cap sleeves. It's affordable too, coming in at around €80. She teamed the dress with a pair of wedge heels and wore her hair in a loose ponytail.
You can check out the dress here, but it has already sold out online due to huge demand.
The Justice Desk is an non-profit organisation that supported by The Queen's Commonwealth Trust. Harry serves as President of the charity while Meghan is the Vice-President.
The Just Desk initiative teaches the town's kids rights, self-awareness and safety. It also provides self-defence classes and female empowerment training to young girls.