Early in the morning, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex visited the St George Building to call on the Prime Minister S. Akilisi Pohiva and other Cabinet ministers in Nuku’alofa. Meghan was wearing a green-and-white striped dress by Australian designer Martin Grant.
Atfer their meeting, Meghan & harry watched a solo dance, known as Ta’ulunga, at a National Youth Event at Fa’omelua Convention Centre. And then outside the Convention Centre, they were given traditional Tongan garlands during their visit of an exhibition of beautiful Tongan handicrafts.
For their next engagement, Meghan did a quick outfit change for a blue Veronica Beard Cary Dress. The Duke & Duchess headed to Tupou College and the Toala Forest Reserve to unveil two Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy plaques. They even saw a beautiful parrot that have been released in the reserve. To protect herself and the royal baby against Zika virus, Meghan skipped one part in the forest to watch the Boys Choir performed traditional Tongan music to commemorate the event.
Before departing for Sydney, Meghan & Harry travelled to The Royal Palace for an official farewell with The King and Queen of Tonga.