Meghan Markle stunned in a recycled Martin Grant Maxi Dress as she to reception with Harry

Meghan Markle stunned in a recycled Martin Grant Maxi Dress as she to reception with Harry

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have stepped
out for a reception this evening, on the second day of their royal tour in Africa. At tonight’s engagement, Meghan Markle and
Prince Harry will meet young people and community and civil society leaders at the official
residence of the British High Commissioner in Cape Town. Meghan Markle stunned in a Martin Grant Maxi
Dress she previously wore in Australia, during her and Prince Harry’s Commonwealth tour
last year. But this time, it’s a striped Maxi Dress,
sleeveless maxi number by Australian designer Martin Grant. The duchess first wore the printed frock during
her 2018 tour of the Pacific, while she and Prince Harry visited Bondi Beach. Today, the stylish Meghan proved that the
summery look was just, as appropriate for an evening garden soirée as it was on the
beach. Meghan and Harry’s son Archie is yet to
join his parents out in public on their Africa tour. The official plans for the Sussexes’ trip
do not feature the four-month-old in their engagements. But a royal source said the couple hope to
include him at some point. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended a
reception honoring youth leadership and activism, at the British High Commissioner’s residence,
and she shone in the olive green-and-orange ensemble. The Sussexes chatted to youngsters Jade Bothma
and Hunter Mitchell, who they presented with Points of Light awards for their volunteer
work. Jade told Harper’s Bazaar royal editor Omid
Scobie: “I’ve been inspired by Meghan’s activist work since I saw the story of her
challenging a sexist TV commercial when she was 11. They’re both so inspiring.” Meghan had just recycled a dress from her
Pacific tour yesterday, opting for the blue Veronica Beard shirtdress that she sported
in Tonga last year. Today’s multicolored dress is the third look
of the day for Meghan. She started in a denim-on-denim look for a shoreside appearance at Monwabisi
Beach, then followed up with a Staud maxi dress and head scarf to celebrate Heritage
Day, at the oldest mosque in South Africa. Good to know that royals—like the rest of
us—actually wear their clothes more than once. Meghan Markle emulated Princess Diana as she
stepped out in a headscarf today to visit a mosque in South Africa. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the
Auwal Mosque in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, where they met faith leaders. Meghan wore a long
khaki dress and a headscarf for the engagement to South Africa’s first and oldest mosque. It is the first time the former actress has
been seen in a traditional headscarf during public royal duties. Other members of the royal family who have
worn headscarfs during engagements are the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry’s late
mother Diana. Earlier today, Meghan and Harry headed to
Monwabisi Beach in Cape Town to learn about the work of NGO Waves for Change, which trains
and supports local surf mentors to help youngsters with mental health services.

6 Replies to “Meghan Markle stunned in a recycled Martin Grant Maxi Dress as she to reception with Harry”

  1. Love my favorite Royals, they are such a breath of fresh air-their excellence and humanitarian works are so palpable. Even the racist peasants and their tired and worn out blah blah blahs and yadie yadie yadies are intrigued.

  2. Wow!!!, Meghan looks so beautiful and young!!!!.Another Pregnancy announcement in the offing!!!May God continue to bless this charismatic and humanitarian couple and put all their detractors and traducers to shame and oblivion.Aameen

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