Meghan Markle Looks Stylish in Denim Jacket & Skinny Black Jeans for Second Day of Royal Africa Tour
Meghan Markle keeps it casual in South Africa, as she joins Prince Harry for the second day of her Africa tour. Wearing her favorite denim jacket, the royal couple visited the Waves for Change organization, at Monwabisi Beach.
Meghan Markle chooses a casual look with Prince Harry, as she heads to a beach in Cape Town, South Africa. For day two of their Africa tour, the royal couple visited a charity called "Waves for Change."
"Waves for Changes" is a local charity that trains local surfers and provides mental health support for the local youth.
It is reported, Harry and Meghan have partnered "Waves for Change" and schools in South Africa, with "The Lunchbox Fund," to provide 30 000 meals to children in townships and rural areas. During their visit with Waves for Change, it is revealed:
"Harry and Meghan take part in the Power Hand activity, a mental health exercise that promotes positive thinking. The pair told @WavesforChange co-founder Apish Tshetsha that they both end their days with reflection and meditation."
Harry and Meghan take part in the Power Hand activity, a mental health exercise that promotes positive thinking. The pair told @WavesforChange co-founder Apish Tshetsha that they both end their days with reflection and meditation. pic.twitter.com/WTHbi1NP8A— Omid Scobie (@scobie) September 24, 2019
For their beach activities, Meghan wore black skinny jeans, a white shirt, denim jacket and handmade brown flats by Brother Vellies Huaraches.
Sticking to her commitment to wear the five pieces she personally bought from the capsule collection for her patronage "Smart Works," Meghan wore a white button shirt by Misha Nonoo, costing £125.
Sweeping a hair in a bun, she completed her look with a pair of turquoise earrings she wore the previous day. The earrings are from Jennifer Meyer and retail at £482.46. Meghan also had on hand a pair of black sunglasses, she had tucked into her shirt.
Meghan will stay with her son Archie in Johannesburg, South Africa, while Harry continues the rest of the Africa tour, visiting Malawi, Botswana and Angola.