The Duchess of Sussex has left baby Archie and her husband Harry behind for a series of solo events at groups empowering women in South Africa.
Meghan first went to meet inspiring female entrepreneurs in Cape Town before a visit to the city’s Mothers2Mothers organisation, which trains and employs women with HIV.
Earlier the Duchess and Prince Harry took Archie on his first public engagement to meet Archbishop and anti-apartheid campaigner Desmond Tutu.
Meghan then changed into a chic Her black Everlane jumpsuit, teamed with statement GAS Bijoux gold earrings, and black Manolo Blahnik pumps for the solo events.
The 38-year-old wore the same £100 jumpsuit while working behind-the-scenes on the September issue of British Vogue in July.
At the business event Meghan met with Shirley Gilbey, the director of the UK-SA Tech Hub, a group which supports South Africans, particularly women, involved in the tech industry with skills development resources and support.
The Duchess of Sussex waves to the Cape Town crowds as she visits Mothers2Mothers in Cape Town, an international nonprofit organisation dedicated to preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV
The Duchess sat alongside 12 other empowering and inspiring women at the event
Meghan posed for pictures after the ‘Ladies who Launch’ event at the Woodstock Exchange
Meghan changed into a chic Her black Everlane jumpsuit for the talk today
The hub focuses on skills development, capacity building, mentorship and access to markets by helping entrepreneurs
The UK-SA Tech Hub is a virtual hub working to develop the maturity of the South African tech ecosystem in order to enable strong digital economic growth over time.
The Tech Hub focuses on skills development, capacity building, mentorship and access to markets by assisting entrepreneurs, particularly women, to acquire skills, resources and support.
Meghan met with 12 inspiring female entrepreneurs, gathered around a table for a discussion on their experiences.
She learned how the ‘Ladies who Launch’ conversation series, that brings together a cross-section of female entrepreneurs, investors and corporate decision makers, is supporting and inspiring them.
The goal is to ignite the opportunity through network building between aspiring – and inspiring – female entrepreneurs and successful role model women.
The Duchess changed into a black jumpsuit as she met 12 inspiring female entrepreneurs when she visits the UK-SA Tech Hub
Meghan looked chic and elegant in her simple black jumpsuit and matching heels
She was relaxed as she chatted and giggled during the visit today
Meghan met with Shirley Gilbey, the director of the UK-SA Tech Hub, before participating in a talk
She teamed her jumpsuit with statement GAS Bijoux gold earrings, and black Manolo Blahnik pumps
The Duchess animatedly chatted to women at the event in Cape Town this afternoon
The Duchess of Sussex laughs with 12 inspiring female entrepreneurs as she visits Woodstock Exchange
The 38-year-old met female entrepreneurs working in technology
The UK-SA Tech Hub is a virtual hub working to develop the maturity of the South African tech ecosystem in order to enable strong digital economic growth over time
The 38-year-old wore the same jumpsuit while working behind-the-scenes on the September issue of British Vogue in July
Meghan looked relaxed in the £100 piece from US-based Everlane – a brand she has worn on a number of previous occasions
Fashion fans hoping to emulate the Duchess’ style are in luck – the laid back jumpsuit is still available to buy online
In March 2019, The Duchess of Sussex joined a panel discussion convened by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women’s Day, featuring female business and charity leaders, the panellists discussed the obstacles that still affect female empowerment across the world today, and the positive opportunities that come when women are given wider access.
Harry and Meghan are on a 10-day visit to Africa with their four-month-old son Archie and later the duke will leave his family to travel to Botswana.
He will also visit Angola and Malawi over the coming days before he is reunited next week with his wife and child in Johannesburg.
Meghan will later visit mothers2mothers, an Africa-based charity that trains and employs women living with HIV as community health workers.
She arrived in South Africa laden with children’s clothes, books and other items for the charity – presents donated to their son Archie.