She and Prince Harry are visiting a workshop that teaches children about female empowerment as well as self defense and safety skills. Both Harry and Meghan are expected to speak at the organization.
For today’s event, Meghan chose to wear a beautiful black and white dress by Mayamiko, a designer who uses fabrics from Malawi, which she paired with black espadrilles, which are reportedly by Castañer, a beaded bracelet, dainty earrings, and her hair slicked back in a ponytail.
Later this afternoon, the royal couple will visit the District Six Museum and the District Six Homecoming Centre, two institutions which remember and pay tribute to the 60,000 people who were forced to relocate from the inner-city neighborhood in Cape Town during Apartheid during the 1970s.
Next week, they will reunite once again in Johannesburg.
Baby Archie will stay with the Duchess and his nanny throughout the visit, but it’s unclear if or when he will be seen publicly during the trip.
“They hope to include Archie at some point in the program,” a royal source said, according to royal correspondent Victoria Murphy. “It’s just difficult to schedule because he’s five months old.
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