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Meghan Markle Makes A Rare Compromise On A Major Part Of Her Royal Tour Wardrobe

Next month Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will go on their first ever Royal Tour together. The couple will visit Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga.

Meghan Markle has done quite a good job with accepting the royal lifestyle, despite some hiccups with some very public family dramas, she has kept going strong and both the country and the entire world has fallen in love with the Duchess of Sussex.

Her next big undertaking is her first ever Royal Tour-a trip that will see the Duchess visit Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga next month.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

This kind of tour takes months of preparation, including a surprising amount of fashion planning as well.

So far, Meghan has stuck with her own personal style for official events, opting to wear trousers, suits and a short dress, all while ignoring the Queen’s no bare legs rule. You rebel you.

But according to one royal source, there is one change in her style that she has agreed to for the Royal tour.

Everyone knows that Meghan is quite the shoe fan, and she would often post photos of her impressive collection on social media before all her accounts were closed down.

But according to one source on Sunday, the Duchess has been advised by royal aids to ditch her high spike heels when she is out and about during the tour.

Meghan has agreed to that and has been busy buying some kitten heels to wear on the tour instead.

But she will still wear big heels for any evening engagements she will have.

The exact dates for the tour haven’t been confirmed yet, but their visit will probably take place around the 2018 Invictus Games, which will be held this year in Sydney between October 20 and 27.

Harry and Meghan will mirror the first tour of Harry’s parents, as the Prince of Wales and Diana went to Australia and New Zealand as their first royal tour as a married couple.

They traveled 23,601 miles and spent 41 days overseas.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have also visited Australia and New Zealand, back in April 2014. The pair were away for 18 days, covering 23,701 miles.

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