- Meghan Markle wore a dress with the label still attached as she arrived in Tonga, a rare style slip.
- But she still made a great entrance as she stepped off the plane to meet Tonga’s princess and other officials.
- The $US515 (£400) embroidered red dress from Self-Portrait is the latest example of Markle’s early-pregnancy style.
- Markle and Prince Harry will meet with Tonga’s royal family on Thursday as part of their first official royal tour.
Meghan Markle wore a dress with the label still attached on her trip to Tonga, but still made a great entrance as she and Prince Harry arrived as part of their first official royal tour.
As she arrived in Tonga on Thursday, she wore a $US515 (£400) embroidered red dress from Self-Portrait that appeared to have been shortened.
While the label was visible to anyone looking at the bottom of the dress, Markle looked stunning in the colour, which is the colour of the Tongan flag.
As they exited their plane, the royals were met by schoolchildren and dancers in traditional outfits. Markle and Harry met Princess Angelika Lātūfuipeka Tukuʻaho and other officials at the airport.
The duchess has provided plenty of glimpses of her early maternity style on the tour so far during visits to Australia and Fiji.
Harry and Markle met King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauʻu and attended an official reception and dinner later on Thursday.
They will return to Australia on Friday and travel to New Zealand on Sunday for the last leg of their 16-day tour.
Following this evening's welcome reception and dinner, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined King Tupou VI, Queen Nanasipauu and Princess Angelika Latufuipeka to watch traditional Tongan entertainment. #RoyalVisitTonga pic.twitter.com/uZ0USBJ7XO
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