For a soon-to-be-released tell-all with Oprah.
For an appearance at Spotify's virtual Stream On event.
For a surprise appearance during CNN's "CNN Heroes" special.
She chose the breezy, printed look for another virtual conversation with Fortune.
Plus, Duchess Meghan Markle made a video chat appearance to celebrate the anniversary of her workwear capsule.
So many great M words!
The Duchess of Sussex completed her royal duties by meeting with ACU scholarship recipients.
2019 was all about ethical fashion, affordability and custom designer pieces for the stylish royal.
The Duchess of Sussex wore two all-black ensembles during the weekend of somber events.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to fallen members of the military on Thursday.
The Duchess of Sussex is an expert at tonal dressing.
The dress is currently available in black and is on sale for $50.
The Duchess re-wore her engagement announcement frock with a Sentaler coat to the WellChild Awards.
The royals are nearing the end of their South Africa tour.
The Duchess first wore this frock in 2018 to the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition.
Once again, the Duchess opted for a brand that's foregrounding ethics.
It's still available for $130.
It's the same one she wore for her British "Vogue" shoot.
Featuring baby Archie in baby-blue dungarees by H&M.
The Duchess came through with another outfit repeat in Cape Town.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid a visit to Cape Town's oldest mosque on day two of their Africa tour.
The Duchess of Sussex teamed up with U.K. retailers Marks & Spencer, John Lewis & Partners, Jigsaw and designer Misha Nonoo on an affordable five-piece capsule.
Featured in some behind-the-scenes content from her British "Vogue" issue.