The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in possibly her most stunning outfit of the royal tour so far for the Fiji state dinner on Tuesday night.
Joining husband Prince Harry, Meghan absolutely glowed in a gorgeous blue, floor-length gown for the event hosted by president of the South Pacific nation Jioji Konrote.
Showing off her beautiful baby bump, the mother-to-be looked picture perfect as she entered the dinner, her brunette locks falling gracefully down her back.
Keeping it simple but elegant, the duchess opted for minimal jewellery, wearing beautiful silver dangly earrings. As for her makeup Meghan chose a nude lip, a touch of bronzer to highlight her cheek bones and dark mascara.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry looked equally impressive in a black suit and bowtie, with his military medals pinned to his chest.
The Duke of Sussex made a short but sweet speech at the dinner, speaking fondly of the country and its people.
“All over the world Fiji is renowned for its incredible natural beauty and hospitality. We, as a couple, feel very lucky to be spending part of our tour as your guests,” he said.
“All over the world Fiji is renowned for its incredible natural beauty and hospitality. We, as a couple, feel very lucky to be spending part of our tour as your guests.” — swipe to watch The Duke of Sussex speaking at tonight’s State Dinner, which was hosted by the President of Fiji for The Duke and Duchess. #RoyalVisitFiji #Fiji #Suva
Earlier in the day the royal couple received a warm welcome from locals as they touched down in the beautiful country for a three-day visit.
Meghan pulled out yet another show-stopping look for the occasion and dazzled onlookers in an elegant white frock by Australian label Zimmermann, which featured long-sleeves and fell loosely over the pregnant duchess’ growing baby bump.
The Duchess of Sussex also donned a pair of earrings, said to have been gifted to her by the Queen, and a bracelet that was given to her by her father-in-law Prince Charles. She completed her outfit with a matching off-white fascinator and a pair of black slingback heels.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry sported a smart grey suit, with his military medals pinned to his chest, for the momentous occasion, looking every bit the proud soldier.
The couple then attended an official welcome ceremony at Suva’s Albert Park, where were raised on a platform while everyone else sits. The event mirrored one attended by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1953. It involved traditional elements of Fijian culture, including dances and a kava ceremony.