Meghan Markle Wears White Belted Midi-Dress on the Last Day of Royal Tour with Prince Harry
Meghan Markle looked radiant in a cream midi-dress during her last day in Johannesburg, where she met entrepreneurs alongside her husband, Prince Harry.
Meghan Markle looked breathtaking on the last day of her royal tour with Prince Harry in Africa, to meet with young local entrepreneurs to talk and address the unemployment rate among youth in the vicinity.
BEAUTIFUL IN CREAM
The duchess wore a cream button-down shirt dress with a knotted belt tied around and nude high heels, which she also wore the day before.
To add color to her ensemble, Markle accessorized with a pair of red tassel earrings and a white beaded bracelet. Meanwhile, her husband wore a white button-down inside a blue blazer and khaki pants.
ARCHIE MAKES AN APPEARANCE
Although displaying a simple style while in Africa, Markle dressed elegantly and fashionably. One of her loved outfits was a sheer patterned dress, which she wore to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
It is no surprise that Markle shares the same compassion as her mother for causes as such, given they were close and supported the same things.
The blue and white tie-waist dress looked beautiful on the duchess, who carried Archie to meet the religious leader. The months-old baby wore a light blue romper from H&M with a white long-sleeved shirt inside.
As the former "Suits" actress spoke of issues that she stood up for, her mother, Doria Ragland, was likewise trying to make a difference by joining a suicide prevention marathon in California.
Ragland ran 3.1 miles in a peach T-shirt, jogging pants, and pink sneakers, for the annual event organized by the Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services.
Its website describes the race as:
"An uplifting life-affirming event that remembers loved ones lost to suicide while raising funds and awareness for the Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center."
The successful event raised $475,00, going above its initial goal by $75,000. It is no surprise that Markle shares the same compassion as her mother for causes as such, given they were close and supported the same things.