Meghan Markle steps out in a custom embroidered floral dress, flaunting her legs in navy heels
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan arrived on Thursday in Tonga. There they were welcomed by Princess Angelika Lātūfuipeka who is the eldest daughter of King Tupou QI.
For this occasion, Meghan wore a red dress that appeared to be a nod to the Tongan flag. She looked stunning and her baby bump was clearly visible.
For her arrival in Tonga, Duchess Meghan wore a red Self-Portrait custom dress. The dress had been altered into a midi length just for her.
The designer named it the Pleated Floral Gown as it has flower details. The Duchess accessorized her look with a Dior clutch bag from the fashion house's 2017 collection.
For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. She finished off her look with her navy Manolo Blahnik heels.
The Royal couple was welcomed at Fua’amotu Airport by Princess Angelika Lātūfuipeka. Airport staff was also present and they carried a sign saying “Welcome Harry and Meghan.”
They waved Union Jacks as dancers in woven skirts and necklaces sang traditional songs and danced for the couple. Their necklaces were crafted from red flowers and they had feathers in their hair.
The Polynesian kingdom is made up of 170 mostly uninhabited islands. Red-and-white balloons and streamers decorated the route of their motorcade into the capital, Nuku'alofa.
Schoolchildren in red and white uniforms waved small plastic British and Tongan flags and cheered excitedly. Some internet users noticed that Meghan’s stylist had neglected to remove a price tag from the hem of the beautiful dress.
One detail that most people hadn’t noticed was that Meghan walked around with a certain bodyguard close by. The unnamed woman, for security reasons, generally stays close to the Duchess.
Meghan and Duchess Kate have that in common. Kate also has a woman as her main security guard.