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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend British High Commission in Cape Town South Africa royal tour

Meghan Markle puts on the style as she dons striped maxi dress for dinner with youngsters at British High Commission in Cape Town on her African tour with Prince Harry

  • Meghan wore the £880 Martin Grant maxi dress to the British High Commission
  • She and Harry, 35, will attend a dinner and reception with young people there 
  • Earlier today she donned a headscarf to visit South Africa’s oldest mosque  

The Duchess of Sussex donned a stunning striped maxi dress as she joined Prince Harry at the British High Commission on Day Two of their royal tour.

Meghan, 38, is wearing the floor-length gown for a dinner and reception with young people at the Residence of the British High Commission in Cape Town today.

The Duchess wore the £880 dress on the fourth day of her and Harry’s Australia tour last year. 

She beamed as she arrived hand-in-hand with her husband, 35, while their son Archie, four months, remained with his nanny. 

Meghan, 38, wore the floor-length gown for a dinner and reception with young people at the Residence of the British High Commission in Cape Town today

Meghan, 38, wore the floor-length gown for a dinner and reception with young people at the Residence of the British High Commission in Cape Town today

Earlier in the day she wore a headscarf to visit South Africa’s oldest mosque. 

To mark Heritage Day, a public holiday in South Africa when the nation celebrates its culture, diversity and traditions, the Sussexes paid a visit to the historic Auwal Mosque in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town. 

Meghan changed out of her casual clothes and covered her head with a scarf and wore a floor-length gown – and even helped a lady with her headscarf once inside the mosque.  

The Duchess beamed as she arrived hand-in-hand with her husband, 35, while their son Archie, four months, remained with his nanny

The Duchess beamed as she arrived hand-in-hand with her husband, 35, while their son Archie, four months, remained with his nanny

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