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Duchess Down Under: Meghan in Oscar de la Renta for Sydney Return

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wrapped up their visit to Tonga Friday morning, paying a visit to Prime Minister Akilisi Pohiva before heading to Tupou College for a farewell ceremony and the unveiling of Tonga’s contributions to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Project. Before they left Tonga, they paid a last farewell visit to King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau’u.

For the visit to the Prime Minister, Meghan wore a green and white vertical stripe dress by Australian designer, Martin Grant, whose designs she has worn several times throughout the tour.

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Her accessories included a Prada purse and Birks earrings, and a pair of as-yet-unidentified green pumps. Fashion bloggers think they may be the same pair she wore to Prince Louis’s christening, but there hasn’t been an official confirmation yet.

For the visit to Tupou College and the visit with the King and Queen, Meghan wore a brilliant blue Veronica Beard belted shirtdress, paired with a blue pair of Banana Republic heels, an unidentified necklace, and Birks diamond earrings.

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After returning to Sydney, where Harry and Meghan will attend events for the Invictus Games as they wrap up on Saturday, the couple visited the Australian Geographical Society to present youth awards.

Meghan wore a gorgeous black and white tulle ombre Oscar de la Renta cocktail dress with an illusion neckline and a bird pattern along the bodice and the skirt. Her pumps were the familiar Aquazzura Deneuve black heels she’s sported several times throughout the tour, and she accessorised with two Birks rings.

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Today, Meghan will attend the wheelchair basketball final alongside Harry, and then the pair will attend the Closing Ceremony and speak at the event. On Sunday, they leave for New Zealand for the final leg of their tour.

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