The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are finished off the second their of their royal tour of Africa, as they attended a reception at the British High Commission in Cape Town.
Meghan beamed as she arrived hand-in-hand with her husband Harry while their son Archie remained with his nanny.
For the reception, she chose a striped, sleeveless maxi number by Australian designer Martin Grant. Her look was finished with statement earrings, a loose hairstyle, and minimal makeup.
The duchess first wore the printed frock during her 2018 tour of the Pacific while she and Prince Harry visited Bondi Beach. But, today, she proved that the summery outfit was just as appropriate for the British High Commission garden reception.
Just yesterday, she recycled the blue Veronica Beard shirt dress that she previously sported in Tonga last year.
At tonight’s reception, which honors youth leadership and activism, Harry and Meghan mingled with approximately 200 guests, a group which includes female township leaders, local entrepreneurs, representatives of the fashion industry, and those working on conservation efforts in the region, among others.
The royal couple were also pictured laughing and joking with prominent South African disability and women’s rights activist Marlene le Roux.
The reception marks Harry and Meghan’s third engagement of the day. They kicked it off at Monwabisi beach, where they learned about Waves for Change, a charity which helps vulnerable young people living in challenging communities through surfing.
Then, to mark Heritage Day, a public holiday in South Africa when the nation celebrates its culture, diversity and traditions, the Sussexes paid a visit to the historic Auwal Mosque in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town.
As a sign of respect, the Duchess wore a cream headscarf which perfectly matched her olive, floor-length dress.
Speaking with reporters earlier today about the trip so far, Prince Harry shared that “yesterday was great and to start in Nyanga was amazing.”
“This Africa tour was always going to be fantastic, been looking forward to Cape Town—her first visit, I love this place,” he said. “And again meeting the people, the energy, the fun, again the positivity, the optimism and the hope in the face of such incredible adversity.”
Tomorrow is another busy day for Prince Harry and Meghan. The couple are due to meet with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his wife at their legacy foundation.
The Duchess will visit mothers2mothers too; an organization which supports women with HIV by training them to become community healthcare workers.