Published On: Sun, Oct 20th, 2019

Meghan Markle: Africa royal tour outfits revealed – what did Duchess wear on trip?

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry travelled to Africa at the end of September this year on a royal tour. The visit saw the pair go to South Africa while the Duke of Sussex also travelled to Botswana, Angola and Malawi alone. Tonight, ITV is airing a more behind the scenes insight into the royal tour in Harry & Meghan: An African Journey. The programme sees ITV News at Ten anchor Tom Bradby join the royal pair. Meghan looked as stylish as ever throughout the African trip – here are all the outfits she wore.

Day One

Meghan Markle wore a black and white print dress on her first royal engagement with Prince Harry in South Africa. 

The £69 tea dress was cheaper than Meghan’s usual garb and is from an ethical and sustainable fashion label from Malawi called Mayamiko.

Her second outfit of the day was the Veronica Beard “Cary” dress which cost $595 (£464) – an item last seen when she was in Tonga. The relaxed fit of the dress is perfect for warmer weather, with the large belt providing definition to the loose fabric.

Day Two

On day two, Meghan and Harry visited charity Waves for Change at Monwabisi Beach in Cape Town and the Duchess opted for a casual look with a denim jacket, costing £111, and a pair of black skinny jeans. 

Meghan then changed into a military-style shirt dress ahead of her visit to South Africa’s oldest Mosque and was spotted wearing a headscarf for the first time out in public. Her khaki dress had short capped sleeves and a shirt-style top with brown buttons down the front. 

In the evening, Meghan stepped out in a Martin Grant dress, which cost £1,080. Meghan teamed the green and orange stripe dress with casual styling, wearing her hair loose over her shoulders. The dress skimmed the floor, meaning her choice of shoe wasn’t possible to see. 

Day Three

Meghan sported a navy and white dress- a Dremah Silk Dress from Club Monaco on sale for £368.52 to visit the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation with Prince Harry and son Archie. 

The Duchess then chose a black Everlane jumpsuit, costing £100, to visit Woodstock Exchange, a women founders/social entrepreneurs event in South Africa. The mum-of-one wore her hair slicked back in a low bun, allowing the earrings to take centre-stage. The jumpsuit, meanwhile, was cropped at the ankle, showing off her simple black Manolo Blahnik court shoes. 

Day Five

On the fifth day of the Africa tour, the Duchess of Sussex met with women leaders for a private breakfast meeting. She wore a striped knitted midi skirt by J. Crew selling for £145. It featured a high waist and fell to mid-calf length, displaying the Duchess’s shapely bare ankles. Meghan paired the bold skirt with a plain sleeveless black top to let the stripy skirt do the talking. 

Day Eight

Meghan wore a navy midi-length Wilfred By Aritzia shirt dress, which cost £120.34 to Victoria Yards. On her feet, the actress wore red slingback flats by Everlane, which cost £148. 

Day Nine

Prince Harry’s wife stepped out looking smart in a belted beige dress as she headed for a meeting with the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) in Johannesburg. The Double-Breasted Trench Dress was selling for just £95 from Banana Republic. 

The sleeveless dress had a wrap style top which is held in place by a three sets of buttons down the front. The tailored outfit was pulled in at the waist by a tan belt which had a large black buckle.

Later that day, Meghan welcomed with warmth by children at Action Aid wearing a green shirt dress with sleeves, featuring a matching belt and white buttons. 

Day Ten

The Duchess of Sussex kept cool in a loose cream shirt and gave the outfit a pop of colour with a pair of red earrings as they went to the township of Tembisa. She completed the look with a pair of statement brown suede high heel shoes.

She wore a blush-coloured House of Nonie trench dress to meet with Nelson Mandela’s widow, humanitarian Graça Machel. She had worn that same dress to a Nelson Mandela memorial event in London back in 2018. 

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