Rabat – International media widely reported on Meghan Markle’s fashion choices during her visit to Morocco with husband, Prince Harry, as the pregnant duchess quickly establishes herself as a fashion icon.Day 1Meghan stepped off the plane on Saturday, February 23, at Casablanca airport in full glamor, wearing a red Valentino cape dress, worth an estimated £600. The accessories she chose heavily added to the outfit’s price tag, with her crossbody bag, also Valentino, costing £1,360. Meghan’s leather heels cost £510, and she also wore £1,341 earrings and £405 gloves, bringing the total cost of the outfit to £4,216.Day 2On the second day of the visit, the British royal couple visited an NGO, Education for All, in the Atlas Mountains, and Markle opted for a more casual look, a blazer and jeans. However, even Markle’s more dressed-down look cost a total of £1,945, with the most expensive piece being her £395.34 Alice + Olivia blazer. Photo credit: Getty.That evening, Markle wore her most glamorous piece of all to a reception at the British ambassador to Morocco’s residence. She turned heads in a custom Dior kaftan, estimated to have cost a whopping £90,000.Photo credit: Getty.Markle accessorized the dress with £590 lambskin heels and a £1,389 satin clutch, both also Dior. To add some extra sparkle to the look, she added £7,000 Birks Snowstorm diamond earrings. The total outfit had a jaw-dropping price tag of almost £100,000.Day 3The third and final day of the visit was packed for the couple, with three outfit changes for Meghan. The day began with a visit to the Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports followed by a cooking demonstration with internationally-acclaimed chef Moha Fedal. The duchess opted for another casual outfit, pairing a Breton shirt with jeans and heeled boots. The simple yet elegant outfit cost approximately £3,000.Photo credit: Getty.That afternoon, the couple visited the Andalusian gardens. Markle’s simple outfit of a black high-low hem dress and a crisp white blazer was the most economic of all her outfits, with a price tag of £584.Photo credit: Getty.The visit came to a close with an intimate visit to King Mohammed VI’s official residence for tea. Markle wore another show-stopping custom gown by Venezuelan fashion designer  Carolina Herrera. The flowing blue chiffon gown has an estimated price tag of £3,000.Photo credit: GettyRead Also: Pregnant Duchess Meghan Markle Wears Red Dress to Honor Morocco read more