Meghan Markle and Prince Harry met Desmond Tutu in Cape Town, South Africa today — and they brought along baby Archie.
Markle wore a printed blue and white silk dress from Club Monaco that retails for under $300.
For footwear, the Duchess of Sussex went with an old favorite: Manolo Blahnik’s BB pump, a style named after French actress Brigitte Bardot. The pointy-toed heel has a low-cut topline and a 4-inch stiletto heel. It’s available to shop on Nordstrom.com for $625.
While Markle sported pumps, little Archie went shoeless. The royal baby wore a pair of blue and white striped overalls by H&M, available for $19.99 on Hm.com, and Bonpoint socks (available in a seven-pack on Saksfifthavenue.com for $162).
Tutu, 87, is known internationally for his anti-apartheid and human rights activism; he is also a theologist.
Later in the day, Markle did an outfit change for a visit to Woodstock Exchange, an event for women social entrepreneurs. The ex-actress changed into a black jumpsuit from Everlane ($120 on the brand’s website). For shoes, she stuck with her go-to BB pumps — swapping out her navy pair for classic black.
Markle accessorized with gold statement earrings and wore her hair pulled back in a sleek bun.
Aside from Manolo Blahnik, the “Suits” star’s favorite footwear brands include Aquazzura, Stuart Weitzman and Sarah Flint.
Click through the gallery to see all of Meghan Markle’s outfits so far on her tour of Africa.
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