Meghan Markle rocks a new ruffled pink dress to enter Fiji island
On Wednesday, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan coordinated their island wear. The Duchess chose a dress that flattered her body to perfection.
Her pink dress fit in well with the Fiji island look. She even added some flowers in her hair to articulate their surroundings.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan visited the University of the South Pacific campus in Suva, Fiji this week. There they were presented with a cultural performance on the effects of climate change.
Then they got to meet students studying subjects from agriculture to women’s development. Duchess Meghan looked stunning in a pink printed ruffle dress by Figue.
Meghan Markle’s pink Figue dress is absolutely joy-inducing (as is her and Harry’s hand-holding.) pic.twitter.com/ViT3gIvu5Z— Alyssa Bailey (@alyssabailey) October 23, 2018
For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Her husband, Harry, matched her island look by wearing a blue printed shirt, black pants, and brown shoes.
Her $1,495 dress featured a wrap design with pom-pom and seashell detail, long sleeves, and a ruffled hem. On her feet, she wore Castañer wedges.
At the High Commissioner’s Residence The Duchess of Sussex met leaders advocates and role models from across Fijian society — including people involved in women’s empowerment. #RoyalVisitFiji pic.twitter.com/A5JP34Xqzq— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 24, 2018
Her hair was styled in an updo with flowers in it. In her hand, she held a clutch bag embroidered with traditional Fijian maxi art by local women.
The day before, the couple met the President of Fiji at Borron House. They also attended a welcoming ceremony at Albert Park, and in the evening they were at a state dinner at the Grand Pacific Hotel, where they are residing for their stay.
Love her dress. 💕👌👌— Vegemite Junkie 🇦🇺🐨 🇦🇺 (@Roestar01) October 24, 2018
On Wednesday, Harry made a short speech in his capacity as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador. His wife gave an inspirational message in her first Royal tour speech.
She touched on her years in university and how she’d gotten through with scholarships and work on the side. The Duchess spoke up for women and girls to get the opportunity for further education.
She wrapped up her speech by wishing everyone the best of luck in the studies and for their future impact in their communities.