The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Day 3 of their Royal Tour South Africa

On September 25, 2019 the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex with their four month old son Archie Harrison start the day meeting the Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter at Tutu Legacy Foundation in Cape Town. Baby Archie steals the show in his white and blue playsuit held in his mother's arms Meghan. On the occasion Duchess Meghan wears a new $289 black and white silk dress from Club Monaco. The midi dress has short sleeves, a brushstroke print, a waist belt and a corean collar. She teamed the dress with a pair of $625 blue navy pointed toes pumps from Manolo Blahnik with stiletto heels, the $600 diamond and turquoise stud earrings in 18 ct yellow gold and the $250 matching yellow gold ring with a turquoise marquise from Jennifer Meyer. Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Then Meghan in the afternoon leads several solo engagements visiting the Woodstock Exchange where she met female entrepreneurs in the tech sector and then she arrives at the charity Mothers2Mothers in Cape Town dedicated to prevent the trasmission of HIV from mother to child, employing women with HIV. For these engagements Meghan wears a $120 black jumpsuit from Everlane with a V-neck, wide legs and a tie belt. She paired the jumpsuit with a pair of $625 black suede pointed toes pumps with stiletto heel from Manolo Blahnik, a pair of 24 ct yellow gold plated earrings from the French based Gas Bijoux. The $200 earrings are made of a hand hammered rolled plated gold chain. She also wear an open gold rigid bracelet with diamonds and her turquoise gold ring from Jennifer Meyer.

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