When she came to Tonga, Megan Marker’s rare fashion fake ball with red dress

In a very rare moment, Megan Marker swayed a bright red dress during his trip to Fiji and made a fashion mistake. As the “Daily Mail” pointed out, it is reported that the Duchess of Sussex is still wearing this dress with a return label.

The mother is going to wear a red floral dress, which reflects the color of the Tonga flag. On the red carpet, she landed at Fua’amotu Airport in Nuku’alofa today in Tonga, and they were welcomed by Princess Ange Latufuipeka to the locals of the grass skirt. The voice of the singer. It can be seen that the designer’s card is attached from the inside of the skirt of her skirt and hung below the hem.

According to the Daily Mail, the 37-year-old Duchess paired the Self-Portrait designer dress with the Christian Dior clutch and Manolo Blahnik BB pumps. Well, hello! The magazine speculates that the return label is most likely to be securely attached to the garment, and Meghan’s stylist just forgot to remove it. Since the duchess’ dress must be shortened to a midi length, she might buy it to keep it, and the magazine continues.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with the royal family of the small Polynesian kingdom this morning. According to the Sun, after landing, the Duke and the Duchess were accompanied to the consulate to attend an official reception and dinner with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau’u, including traditional entertainment. The Royal Couple flew a 90-minute flight to Tonga on the tenth day of the South Pacific trip.

During the reception, Meghan was stunned by a New York designer, Theia’s white dress, with shiny shoulder detail, the former actress and her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana. Pairing the rings, according to you! magazine.

On the way from the airport to the capital Nuku’alofa, students were allowed to take a day off on the streets as the team waved flags and cheers in 40 minutes, just like the Sun. The Duke and the Duchess had earlier appeared at Nadi Airport in Fiji, where they unveiled a statue of SAS hero Sgt Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fiji sergeant who prevented 250 insurgents himself. After the death in the battle.

According to People magazine, on Friday, the Duke and Duchess will participate in a series of activities in Tonga, including attending cultural exhibitions, going to schools with on-site forests, meeting local businessmen and visiting Tupe College.

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