Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan touched down in Fiji on Tuesday for the first royal visit to the South Pacific nation since a military coup 12 years ago saw it suspended from the Commonwealth for eight years until democratic elections. Her delicate diamond drop earrings were borrowed (most likely from the Queen), according to Kensington Palace, and Markle also wore the diamond tennis bracelet she received from Prince Charles as a wedding gift.
Upon arrival at the airport, Harry and Meghan were greeted with a Guard of Honour and then travelled to Borron House to visit the President of Fiji.
Rebecca English, Royal Correspondent for the Daily Mail, shared updates from the ceremony on Twitter and it wasn't long before people started asking why Meghan was flouting the rules.
The expecting royal wore a tulip-sleeved, cape-backed gown by London label Safiyaa in a shade of blue that nearly perfectly matched the Fiji flag.
PA Wire/PA Images The duke and duchess at their hotel in Fiji.
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Meghan, 37, graduated with a communications degree from Northwestern University in IL before becoming an actress then marrying Harry earlier this year.
Thousands of men, women and school children lined the route of the couple's official motorcade into central Suva, with many spectators smiling, waving and holding up handwritten signs. He accepted the bowl and held it to his lips as the crowd cheered. "The duchess and I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible during the next two days and celebrating the links and close friendship between Fiji and the United Kingdom".
This is just the latest way the Duchess of Sussex has honored the Queen. It was to involve traditional elements of Fijian culture, including dances and a kava ceremony.
"My grandparents stayed in this very hotel, the Grand Pacific, a number of times over the years".
The Duke of Sussex was here to lay a wreath and to show both his personal appreciation of Fiji's ongoing connection with the British Armed Forces and to give thanks on behalf of his grandmother, The Queen.