The couple arrived hand in hand at the Youth Employment Services Hub, created by President Ramaphosa in 2018 to help tackle unemployment in young people in South Africa.
For the engagement, Meghan opted to wear another shirt dress — the fourth she’s worn on this tour alone. Priced at $544, her Co number was a minimalist, cream affair, complete with rolled-up sleeves and a slim, matching waist belt.
The dress was paired with sand-hued suede heels by Stuart Weitzman and $22.40 red tassel earrings from Madewell.
A beaded bracelet, given to her yesterday from her private school visit with girls from The Teddy Bear Clinic, completed the look.
The belted dress look has been Meghan’s go-to silhouette throughout the tour — and it’s easy to see why. The workwear-friendly style is ideal for a royal to wear during a formal engagement. It’s smart, without being too stuffy, and fairly cool — ideal in the South African heat.
On day one of the tour, the duchess rewore a bold blue shirt dress by Veronica Beard. She debuted the look in 2018 while pregnant with son Archie, on a visit to Tonga.
On day 2, Meghan wore a Staud maxi dress to visit Auwal Mosque in Bo Kaap. The floor-sweeping number featured short sleeves and a full skirt.
On Tuesday, the new mom wore another shirt dress: a green, knee-length dress by eco-friendly brand Room 502.
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