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Duchess Down Under: Meghan in Tongan Red

Harry and Meghan bid farewell to Fiji yesterday before heading to Tonga for their two-day visit to the island nation.

For their final event in Fiji, Harry and Meghan travelled to Nadi Airport for a farewell ceremony and to unveil a statue of Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fijian soldier.

Meghan wore a Jason Wu crepe dress in emerald green, navy Manolo Blahnik pumps, and Pippa brand bangle bracelets and leaf motif earrings.

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Upon arrival in Fiji, the royals were greeted at the Fua’amotu Airport by Princess Angelika Latufuipeka and watched an official welcome ceremony.

Meghan wore a bright, Tongan red belted Self Portrait dress, with floral detailing in the fabric. She wore the same Manolo Blahnik pumps and carried a Dior clutch.

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In the evening, Harry and Meghan attended an official reception and dinner hosted by King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauʻu at Consular House.

Meghan wore a white Theia gown, customised from the initial design, featuring cap sleeves, embroidered shoulders and a column silhouette.

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She accessorised with diamond earrings and a bracelet, as well as Diana, Princess of Wales’s aquamarine ring she’d previously worn to her evening reception on her wedding day.

Meghan capped off the look with a Givenchy clutch handbag and Aquazzura pumps.

Today, Harry and Meghan wrap up their visit to Tonga before heading back to Sydney for a continuation of their tour of Australia.

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Jess is the Senior Royal Reporter and Editorial Assistant at Royal Central. Her interest in royalty started in her teenage years, coinciding with The Queen's Golden Jubilee in 2002 and grew from there. She specializes in the British Royal Family (with emphasis on the Cambridges) and the Danish Royal Family, and has provided royal commentary for media outlets in Canada, the United States, the UK and Australia.