Meghan Steped Out For Her First Solo Event On South Africa Tour
Prince Harry and Meghan’s royal tour begins to diverge today. While the Prince left on the royal charter to visit Botswana, Angola and Malawi, Meghan arrived to her first solo event in South Africa.
The Duchess is visiting a UK-South Africa tech hub, the Woodstock Exchange, where she will meet women entrepreneurs and investors working in technology.
For the occasion, Meghan opted for a a sleek black jumpsuit by Everlane and perfectly matched it with gold earrings by GAS Bijoux.
Meghan received a warm welcome and a bouquet of flowers before sitting down to chat with a group of women about the organisation’s “Ladies who Launch” conversation series.
Her visit comes after she and Harry took Archie out for his first event on the royal tour this morning. The Sussexes met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mrs.Tutu at their Legacy Foundation. Meghan stepped out in a blue and white printed dress, by Club Monaco. She paired the look with a sleek bun, and pointy-toe stilettos.
She really looked stunning, but it was her baby boy Archie Harrison who stole the show!
For his surprise appearance, the little tot looked adorable in pale blue and white striped dungarees with a white babygrow underneath and wooly socks.
Archie looked happy in his mother’s arms as she carried him on his first official outing.
Later on today, Meghan will visit mothers2mothers, an organization which supports women with HIV by training them to become community healthcare workers.
According to Harper’s Bazaar, “We are excited to share our big wins with the duchess,” a charity spokesperson told said.. “We are also looking forward to an honest discussion about the challenges we still face, especially in our work with adolescent girls and young women.”
Meanwhile, Harry is heading to Botswana, where tomorrow he will see a project associated with Sentebale, the charity he co-founded with Lesotho’s Prince Seesio, to support children living with HIV.
He will also plant a tree at the Chobe Forest Tree Reserve, before heading to Angola. There he will continue his mother’s legacy of advocating for the eradication of landmines. And finally, he’ll travel Malawi to not only visit the Nalikule College of Education, but also to meet with President Peter Mutharika.