Meghan Markle is wearing very special presents given to her by the Queen and her father-in-law Prince Charles for the eighth day of her first Royal Tour.
The Duchess of Sussex looked stunning in an off white dress by Australian label Zimmerman, and she had the perfect accessories to go with it.
Back in June when the Queen invited Meghan along for a day of engagements in Cheshire, Her Majesty gave her new daughter-in-law a beautiful pair of pearl drop earrings – which are very similar to a pair she owns herself.
She wore them on the day, and she’s put them on again for a day of engagements in Fiji with Prince Harry.
And that’s not the only present she’s opted to put on, as she’s also wearing a bracelet it’s believed father-in-law Prince Charles gave her shortly before her wedding.
She was first spotted wearing the silver chain when she arrived with her mum Doria at the hotel the night before her big day back in May.
Meghan reportedly gets on very well with her in-laws, and has been seen giggling with Kate, Camilla and the Queen at different events over the last few months.
The Duke and Duchess touched down in Fiji this morning ready for a busy day of engagements.
The couple were introduced to the Hon Frank Bainamara, Fiji’s Prime Minister and his wife, Maria, Ro Teimumu Kepa, leader of the opposition, Alessandro Truppia, the High Commissioner’s wife and Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto, commander of the RFMF.
The Duchess was presented with a bouquet of flowers by a flower girl from the chiefly island of Bau, the island home of Ratu Apensia Cakobau, who ceded Fiji to Britain in 1874 (Queen visited Bau in 1982) before Harry made his way to a dais on the runway.
Harry and Meghan observed a royal salute, Meghan positioned a few metres behind him with the welcome party, as the national anthem was played and the red carpets on the tarmac blew off in the strong wind.
The Duke was then invited to inspect the guard of honour before Harry and Meghan left for their next engagement, a meeting with Fiji’s President, Jioji Konrote.
As the couple’s convoy left the airport, hundreds of wellwishers had lined the road out of the airport, waving flags and cheering.
Meghan skipped several events yesterday after a hectic first week of the tour, but is expected to join hubby Harry for all of today’s engagements.
The couple were then guests of honour at an official welcome ceremony in the city centre’s Albert Park known as the Veirqaraqaravi Vakavanua.
Harry’s grandparents the Queen and Prince Philip attended a very similar celebration when they visited in 1953.
It included traditional dance performances and the presentation of the Tabua.
This evening, the Duke and Duchess will attend a black for dinner at the Grand Pacific Hotel, hosted by the president, where the Duke will give a speech.
Meghan and Harry’s Royal Tour
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