Meghan Markle has been serving up some truly epic fashion looks during her and Prince Harry's royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand, and on Thursday local time, the Duchess of Sussex didn’t disappoint at an evening reception in Tonga.
The bridal-looking dress flared out at the shoulders and exposed the Duchess’ toned arms -- but the pregnant royal took safety precautions.
Both Fiji and Tonga have official Zika warnings, and Meghan was seen wearing some extra shiny mosquito repellent on her arms for the outdoor event, which was hosted by King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasopau’u.
It was also exciting to see Princess Diana's sparkling aquamarine ring back on Meghan's hand, which she wore to her wedding reception in May.
Harry, 34, was all smiles at the event, holding his wife’s hand as he stepped out in a dapper black suit and bow tie with his service medals pinned to his chest.
At the reception, he shared some words from his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in a speech, saying, “Your Majesties, it gives me great pleasure that my grandson and his wife are visiting the Kingdom of Tonga. Our two families have enjoyed a deep and warm friendship over many years, and I hope that our close relationship continues with the next generation."
The couple will spend Friday in Tonga before returning to Australia for the weekend.