The latest stop on Meghan Markle's unofficial Comfy Footwear Royal Tour: Auckland, New Zealand, where she ditched formal heels for super cushy-looking rain boots.
Specifically, Meghan donned a pair of black boots from for a ceremonial dedication of native bush land to the Commonwealth with Prince Harry. Her pair, the company's Reign Tall Boot, is made with neoprene and rubber to improve shock absorption and keep feet warm, according to . And given how rainy it looked, that style choice seemed A++.
The boots are also 100% waterproof and come in a range of colors, including hot pink, purple, chocolate, and the black/gunmetal combo that Meghan wore. They typically retail for about $175.
The cutest part: Harry wore his own pair of matching Muck boots (the , according to a rep from the company). Because couples who wear matching outfits are clearly endgame material, right? They wore them throughout the day, including at a "wellie wanging" contest after the ceremony (which, according to , is a British game where you compete to throw a Wellington rain boot as far as possible).
FWIW: Meghan won the game, and was gifted with a mini boot trophy as a prize:
Prior to these cute rain boots, Meghan wore earlier this month, as well as crazy-comfy at the Invictus Games last week. She also traded pumps for for because obviously she is a woman of the people.
If all this boot talk is making you really want a pair of new rainboots, check out these similar picks for when Meghan's inevitably sell out: