The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the University of the South Pacific campus in Suva this morning for their only joint engagement on Day 2 of Royal Visit Fiji.
Meghan delivered her first royal speech about the power of education.
Following this event, the Duchess went sole and attended a morning tea at the British High Commissioner’s Residence to hear more about a UN Women's project, 'Markets for Change', which promotes women's empowerment in marketplaces throughout the Pacific. She then traveled to Suva Market to meet some of the female vendors who have become empowered through the project.
WHAT MEGHAN WORE
DRESS: Figue 'Frederica' Printed Ruffle Dress (US$1,495). Currently available at Neiman Marcus, Net-A-Porter, Bergdorf Goodman, and FarFetch.
BAG: Meghan carried a clutch made by local women and purchased at the Suva Market in Fiji.
It is a document folder covered in Fijian masi (tapa). The image on the left is a similar style, while the clutch on the right is made from the same fabric (available on Etsy.com).
SHOES: Castañer 'Carina' Black canvas wedge espadrilles (US$120)
BRACELETS: Shaun Leane Gold Thin Serpents Trace Bracelet, a thin gold cuff bracelet, and a thin gold bangle (unidentified).
EARRINGS: Karen Walker Temptation Gold Stud Earrings (AU$395).
RINGS: In addition to her trilogy diamond engagement ring and wedding band, Meghan also wore her stackable Catbird 'Threadbare' Yellow Gold Rings (US$44 each).
HAIR: Up-do with frangipanis.
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