Meghan Markle is playing with color as she continues her royal tour of the Pacific with Prince Harry. For her latest appearance in Fiji, the Duchess of Sussex stepped out in a printed wrap dress by Figue featuring pom-pom and seashell details on the skirt and a ruffled, asymmetrical hem.
Meghan accessorized with black closed-toe espadrilles by Castañer and an oversized clutch made by local women. The Duke of Sussex also dressed appropriately for the warm-weathered outing in a fern-printed button-down shirt, black pants, and brown lace-up shoes.
The Duchess also kept her hair tied back in an updo accented with white flowers.
Harry and Meghan are visiting the University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji to watch a performance about the effects of climate change and meet students.
Both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are scheduled to give speeches today. “She’s a very confident speaker. When the Duchess launched Together, she spoke confidently and off the cuff—it’s only natural at some of the events she’s doing by herself that she would want to speak,” a senior palace aide previously told BAZAAR.com.
Harry and Meghan arrived in Fiji on Tuesday, and hit the engagements right away. They met President of Fiji at Borron House, attended a welcoming ceremony at Albert Park, and then finished the evening with a state dinner at the Grand Pacific Hotel, where the couple is residing for their stay.
Meghan’s Figue dress was a fun, vibrant departure from the monochrome dresses she’s worn so far during the Fiji leg of her royal tour, which have included a white Zimmermann dress for the day and a caped Safiyaa gown for the evening banquet.
From Harper’s Bazaar