Duchess of Sussex ends the first day of Royal Tour Africa in a sky blue dress

On the evening of 23 September 2019, The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex visits the District Six Museum in the area near the busness center of Cape Town that was declared whites only and resident comunity was forced to relocate to Cape Flats town as they homes were demolished. Then they joined a comunity of locals for a cooking activity at the Homecoming Centre in the centre of Cape Town where they ate butter bean stew, desserts and donuts

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For the second part of their first day in Cape Town, the Duchess of Sussex changed from the first dress, wearing now a $595 sky blue shirt dress from Veronica Beard. The dress has long sleeves that the Duchess has rolled up, frontal buttons, two chest pockets, a waist belt and two side splits. This midi dress was a key piece during the Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga tour and it is recycled for this tour too. She paired with a pair of $120 Castaner black espadrillas wedge sandals with back ribbons that matche her black hair.

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She finished the look with an everyday make up and opts to wear her long black hair in curled locks around her face. The she adds a pair of earrings that could be in the shape of a leaf but i'm not sure as they can be seen under her hair. So they ended the first day of their royal tour and get ready for the second busy day. Embed from Getty Images


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