Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were matching in blue on Friday (15 hours ahead of NYC) in Tonga at the unveiling of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy at Tupou College.
The Duchess of Sussex had on the Cary shirt-dress by Veronica Beard with light gray pumps. Featuring pockets around the bust, buttons and a tie waist, the chicest details were found on the skirt — where three slits down the front, center and sides that flattered her legs.
She teamed the dress with U.S. high street label Banana Republic’s 12 Hour Madison pumps in pale grey.
Prince Harry had on a blue button-down shirt with khakis and brown lace-up shoes.
They wrapped their two-day tour of the island-nation after meeting with the King and Queen of Tonga.
Ahead of their farewell, the couple was presented with flower garlands at the Fa’onelua Convention Centre, where she wore a white and green striped Martin Grant dress and pumps. Markle’s Martin Grant dress ($1,385) from spring ’19 featured long sleeves, pockets and a self-tie waist styled with a bow. Complementing the olive green stripes were a pair of suede heels in the same shade.
Click through the gallery to see all of Meghan Markle’s looks on the Australia tour.
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