Meghan Markle flashed her thighs in a recent engagement.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in New Zealand for the last leg of their Commonwealth tour. Markle flashed her thighs in an affordable maternity dress when she arrived with her husband.

According to Martina Bet, a journalist for Express, Markle opted for a revealing black knee-length dress that exposed her legs when she walked down from the airplane. Markle complemented her ensemble with Sarah Flint pumps and a Karen Walker trench coat.

The gown is reportedly ASOS' maternity "Wiggle Dress," which can be bought online for only $56. ASOS claimed earlier that Markle has helped them enjoy 129% increase in sales. Markle has been spotted wearing the brand's suits in the past years that resulted in massive grown in sales and they attributed this to the former "Suits" actress' love for tailoring.

The "Wiggle" dress is expected to be well received by the public. However, its high-cut hemline may have raised eyebrows among royal commentators.

This isn't the first time Markle showed off her legs during her tour with Prince Harry. A week ago, the Duchess of Sussex stepped out in a thigh-high split during their trip to Australia.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Kingfisher Bay Jetty in Fraser island and Markle wore a grey and white sundress with sandals and sunglasses. She tied her hair back into her signature messy bun and was photographed sitting to chat to well-wishers exposing her bare legs in the process.

In related news, Kate Middleton accidentally flashed her legs during Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding. The Duchess of Cambridge arrived in a stunning pink Alexander McQueen dress when suddenly a gust of wind whooshed her skirt up. Middleton was photographed quickly padding her dress down. She maintained her composure and smiled.

Meanwhile, Middleton is likely to wear a tiara at the annual Diplomatic Corps reception at Buckingham Palace in December. The annual event is hosted by Queen Elizabeth II for the extended family. Senior royals including Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince William and Middleton are expected to be there.

Prince Harry, who is further down the line, and his wife Markle are not expected to make an appearance at the event. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not also present last year.