The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently paid their royal visit to South Africa.
During the 2nd day of their trip, the couple made their stop at Auwal Masjid mosque, the oldest praying hall ever built in the city of Cape Town. They also had tea session as well as conducted discussions with members of the mosque.
The royal lovebirds managed to wow the crowd for their choice of clothing during their visit there. Prince Harry looked dapper in a light blue shirt that was layered with a suit. While Meghan stunned in a long khaki-coloured dress that covered her knees.
In addition, the former actress was also seen covering her head with a piece of cream-coloured headscarf while touring. Prince Harry also showed his respect by removing his shoes before entering the mosque.
Check out additional pictures captured during their 2nd day of tour there:
Happy Heritage Day South Africa! 🇿🇦 • Today we are celebrating the great diversity of cultures, beliefs and traditions that make up the rainbow nation. Bo Kaap streets filled with colour and music while Their Royal Highnesses were welcomed to one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods in Cape Town. The area has seen inter-community tension rise over the last few years, yet days like today show how faith, traditions, food and music bring people together, and celebrate the things that unite each and every one of us. The Duke and Duchess are so happy to have been invited to the festivities in Bo Kaap today, and were overwhelmed by the amazing welcome. #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica • Photo ©️ photos PA images / SussexRoyal
— linds (@realpollytrots) September 24, 2019
The photos of the “Suits” starlet covering her hair have received tons of positive words online. Most of them complimented her stunning looks as well as praised her beauty. A comment by an Instagram user @rachelnabavian also pointed out that the black-and-white effect photos are “so artsy. As if it’s like a photo shoot for modelling”.
Meghan along with Prince Harry have paid their visit to the Bo-Kaap area in Cape Town, South Africa to celebrate the country’s Heritage Day with local citizens there.