She was pictured being ushered out of a packed crowd just hours ago by her female bodyguard following a reported “security risk”, but Meghan looked glowing and refreshed again on Thursday as she joined her husband Prince Harry on their latest engagement in Fiji.
According to multiple reports, the couple spent their only night off in their 16-day royal tour on the beautiful island of Vatuvara, off the coast of Fiji, on Wednesday night – no doubt enjoying some alone time following their hectic day.
And they both flashed beaming smiles after hitting the mainland again hours later to unveil a statue dedicated to Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fijian soldier who died in battle.
The 30-year-old single-handedly held off 250 enemy fighters for six hours after sprinting through gunfire to man a three-person machine gun.
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, once again stole the show in a fitted teal dress by Canadian-Taiwanese designer Jason Wu which fell elegantly to her knees. It’s reported to be worth AU$2,398, according to Nine, and perfectly showed off a hint of her growing baby bump. She coupled the frock with some sky-high black stilettos, and sat proudly beside her husband throughout the unveiling.
She kept her make-up minimal but showed off some dazzling gold earrings. Meanwhile, Harry scrubbed up well once again as he opted for a light grey suit with medals on his breast.
It comes after Meghan was pictured being escorted out of an overcrowded Suva Market hours ago by her security team amid claims the crowds of people had created a “security risk”.
They are then said to have flown a short distance to the nearby island of Vatuvara, where they spent the night together in a luxury resort.
Fiji Tourism Minister Faiyaz Koya told the Mail Online: “We are proud to host them. This is a worldwide event so it is tremendous for us. They are a couple with global appeal to everyone.”
He also reportedly confirmed that the newlyweds spent last night on Vatuvara, which offers “conscientious luxury to the discerning traveller” and is “one of the world’s most beautiful places”.
The website states: “Vatuvara Private Islands (VPI) offers conscientious luxury to the discerning traveler, with an exclusive experience in the Northern Lau Group of Fiji – described by Forbes Magazine as “one of the world’s most beautiful places”.
The couple will move on to Tonga after their last day in Fiji, before finally jetting back to New Zealand and then Australia to complete their trip.