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Meghan Markle: Every outfit the Duchess of Sussex wore on Africa royal tour in…

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry traveled 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 traveled to Botswana, Angola and Malawi. Tonight, ITV is displaying a behind-the-scenes look at the actual Harry & Meghan tour: an African trip. The show sees ITV News at Ten Tom Bradby's anchor joining the real pair. Meghan was more stylish than ever on the entire trip to Africa – here are all the clothes she wore.

Day one

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

The £ 69 tea dress was cheaper than Meghan's usual attire and is from an ethical and sustainable Malawi fashion brand called Mayamiko.

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

Day two

On the second day, Meghan and Harry visited Waves for Change charity on 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 put on a military shirt dress before her visit to South Africa's oldest mosque and went seen wearing a headscarf for the first time in public. Her khaki dress had short sleeves and a shirt-style blouse with brown buttons on the front.

At night Meghan went out on a Martin Grant Dresswhich costs £ 1,080. Meghan joined the green and orange striped dress in a casual style, wearing her hair loose around her shoulders. The dress brushed the floor, which meant her choice of shoes could not be seen.

Day three

Meghan was wearing a navy white dress – a Club Monaco Dremah Silk Dress for 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 the Woodstock Exchange, an event for women founders / social entrepreneurs in South Africa. The mother of one wore her hair back in a low bun, allowing the earrings to take center stage. Meanwhile, the jumpsuit was cut at the ankle, showing off his simple black Manolo Blahnik shoes.

Fifth day

On the fifth day of the Africa tour, the Duchess of Sussex met with leading women for a private breakfast meeting. She wore a striped midi skirt by J. Crew sold for £ 145. It was high-waisted and dropped to mid-calf, showing the duchess's shapely ankles. Meghan combined the bold skirt with a sleeveless black blouse to let the striped skirt speak.

Day Eight

Meghan wore a navy blue dress Wilfred By Aritzia Shirt Dress, which cost £ 120.34 to Victoria Yards. On her feet, the actress wore Everlane red ballet flats, which cost £ 148.

Day Nine

Prince Harry's wife came out looking elegant in a beige belted dress as she headed for a meeting with the Commonwealth University Association (ACU) in Johannesburg. The Double-breasted trench dress It was selling for just £ 95 from Banana Republic.

The sleeveless dress had a wrap style top that is held in place by three sets of buttons on the front. The sewn clothing was pulled at the waist by a brown belt with a large black buckle.

Later that day, Meghan warmly welcomed the Action Aid children wearing a green shirt dress with sleeves, with matching belt and white buttons.

Day ten

The Duchess of Sussex remained calm in a loose cream shirt and they gave the garment a touch of color with a pair of red earrings as they went to Tembisa County. She completed the look with a pair of high-heeled brown suede shoes.

She wore a color blush House of Nonie Trench Dress to meet Nelson Mandela's humanitarian widow, Graça Machel. She had worn the same dress at a Nelson Mandela memorial event in London in 2018.

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