Meghan and Harry wear adorable matching accessory in South Africa with a hidden meaning

Meghan and Harry wear adorable matching accessory in South Africa with a hidden meaning


 The couple kicked off their royal tour of South Africa at a township just outside Cape Town called Nyanga The couple were visiting to learn more about Justice Desk which is a human rights organisation supported by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust  The couple were greeted by school children who waved the country’s flag. Residents also took part in traditional dancing and wore costumes while live music was playing  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were also spotted wearing matching bracelets on the first leg of their tour  And as if that wasn’t adorable enough, the matching accessories included a very memorable message  The royal couple wore white and red beaded bracelets with the word “Justice” spelt across the beads  The unique message was a nod to the charity they were visiting, which is called “Justice Desk”  The charity is supported by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust and has Prince Harry as its president and Meghan as its vice-president  The charity’s founder Jessica Dewhurst and community leader Theodora Luthuli hosted the couple’s first royal visit of the day  READ MORE: Meghan Markle, Princess Eugenie and Kate Middleton ALL pregnant?  Ms Dewhurst took the couple on a tour of various the activities being showcased in the grounds of the church  Nyanga is known as the country’s “murder capital” and is located about 12 miles from Cape Town  The area recorded more murders than any other areas in 2018 and 2019, with a shocking 289 murders being committed  Despite the area’s danger, Meghan and Harry are believed to be safe. DON’T MISSMeghan Markle and Prince Harry rules: The rules they BANNED on tripThe reason Harry and Meghan could move to Africa – for goodMeghan and Harry insist on first-name basis as they throw out rules  British specialist police reportedly spent months in the region to make sure the royal couple would have the upmost protection while they were on their royal tour  During their visit, Meghan wore sustainable clothing brands. In tour photos she was spotted wearing a £69 black and white patterned dress  The dress was designed and made by Mayamiko which is a Malawi clothing brand.  Meghan matched the dress with black wedges  The dress has already sold out online. Harry wore a simple dark pair of trousers, a light blue linen shirts and beige trainers  The couple also gave speeches during their visit. Trending  The Duchess addressed the crowd and said: “When women are empowered the entire community flourishes  “You are all powerful.” Harry said: “No man is born to cause harm to women. “This is learned behaviour and we need to break that cycle ”

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