The Duchess of Sussex didn’t shy away from colour for her latest look
Following their time in Australia, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their way to Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga as part of their royal tour.
Markle started the day in Fiji wearing a green Jason Wu sheath dress with navy Manolo Blahnik heels, a black leather clutch, gold leaf earrings and gold bangles. The couple attended a welcoming ceremony in Nadi followed by the unveiling of a statue commemorating Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fijian soldier.
Next, the duo jetted off to Tonga for the following leg of their tour. As expected, the Duchess had an outfit change on the plane and chose to honour the country’s flag in a bold red Self-Portrait dress, which had been altered into a midi length for her. Markle accessorised the Pleated Floral Gown (which has now sold out) with the same clutch and heels. The bold hue was an unexpected choice for the Duchess who usually favours a more muted colour palette.
During the second day of her visit to Tonga, the Duchess switched up her look when she attended the unveiling of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy at Tupou College. Markle stepped out in a sky blue Veronica Beard shirtdress, which she matched perfectly with a pair of pale blue suede heels.
- Words by Gracie Stewart