Meghan Markle Recycles Green Linen Dress She Wore for Her First Public Outing with Baby Archie
During a Skype call with Prince Harry and women at the Nalikule College of Education in Malawi, Meghan Markle re-wears one of her most memorable outfits.
The young royals have broken the mould of what is expected of royalty. When it comes to their fashion, Princess Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are known for re-wearing some of their favourite outfits.
During her tour of Africa with Prince Harry, Meghan has been pictured wearing several outfits that she has worn before. From her favourite Madewell Jean Jacket in Pinter Wash on her first day at the beaches of Cape Town, South Africa.
Meghan also kept her style sensible by re-wearing pieces from her "Smart Works" capsule collection, such as a white button up shirt by Misha Nonoo and black pants by Jigsaw.
On Sunday, during a surprise Skype call with Prince Harry and the Nalikule College of Education in Malawi, Meghan wore her green linen dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez. Royal Sussex writes:
"Hello Malawi 🇲🇼, it's South Africa 🇿🇦 calling! Another incredible day on #RoyalVisitAfrica as The Duke arrived in Malawi, with The Duchess joining him via Skype to speak to women and girls who went to school with the support of CAMA and @camfed."
The green dress is memorable to many royal fans because it was the dress she wore during her son, Archie's first public outing, at a charity polo match.
According to PEOPLE, the green V-neck linen dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez retails at $595.
Dancing along to the music, Meghan can be seen clapping her hands and swaying to the song performed by the women at Nalikule College. It is reported, a fan account captures A close up of the video, in which Meghan can be heard saying:
"I wish I could be with you. We're here in South Africa right now. Archie is taking a nap! But I'm with you in sprit and I'm so happy."
Prince Harry was visiting the college in support of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, Meghan and Harry are both vice president.
It is part of project that focuses on promoting girl's education. The aim is to ensure that girls get at least 12 years of education.