Meghan Markle makes rare fashion misstep as she debuts a bright red dress in Tonga
While visiting Tonga with her husband, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle seems to have had a fashion mishap when she was caught wearing a dress that still had its tag on.
Meghan and Harry were welcomed by a warm crowd at the Fua'amotu Airport in Tonga, which included Princess Angelica Latufuipeka. While they made their way through the airport, she was photographed looking stunning in her red outfit, which had just one teeny problem: its price tag was still attached on the bottom right area of the dress.
The red dress was her second outfit of the day after she changed out of the green short-sleeved shift dress she wore earlier that day, designed by Jason Wu. Prior to landing in Tonga, she changed to the red long-sleeved midi dress.
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🇹🇴 Thank you to the people of Tonga for the warm welcome for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the start of their visit to the country! The Duke and Duchess were greeted on arrival by Princess Angelika Latufuipeka (pictured behind TRH), before departing for a private audience with His Majesty King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauu. #RoyalVisitTonga #Tonga
The dress designed by Self-Portrait was embroidered in floral embellishments and was the perfect dress to wear to Tonga, as it shared the same color as their flag. The pregnant Duchess paired her look with a pair of black flats and a black clutch.
Beside her, the Duke of Sussex sported the same light-colored suit that he had on prior to leaving for Tonga.
As they arrived at the airport, a giant red banner was displayed saying "Welcome Harry & Meghan", and they were greeted by a musical performance by Tongans in their traditional garb.
During their visit to Tonga, Meghan and Harry will be attending a reception dinner at the Consular House. They will also be enjoying a number of activities, which includes a cultural exhibit, visiting a school with an onsite forest, meet local entrepreneurs, and visit Tupou College.
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Meghan and Harry just left Sydney, where they spent a few days promoting the Invictus Games. They are set to head back to Sydney, Australia, for the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games. To wrap up their 16-day trip, they will be spending a few days in New Zealand before heading home to care for their unborn child.