Meghan Markle stuns in bright blue dress and diamonds in Fiji

Meghan Markle stuns in bright blue dress and diamonds in Fiji

Meghan Markle stuns in bright blue dress and diamonds in Fiji

The palace said in a statement, "The Duke and Duchess have made a decision to cut back The Duchess's schedule slightly".

On Tuesday evening, the couple is due to attend a reception and state dinner hosted by Fijian President Jioji Konrote.

Wearing a slit-to-the-thigh Reformation maxi dress that appeared see-through in the sunlight, Meghan arrived by auto to meet Harry at the end of the pier, where he had been brought by boat.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are already proving popular in Fiji - hundreds of people lined the roads by the airport to greet the couple when they arrived yesterday, and they were treated to a full red-carpet greeting, complete with military salute and the national anthem.

Looking rested and happy as ever, Meghan cradled her baby bump dressed in a striped linen dress by American eco-friendly brand Reformation, pairing it with the Sarah Flint Greargladiator sandals she wore earlier this summer to a polo match.

The couple, who flew from Hervey Bay, Australia, in a charter plane, will spend three days in the country, "experiencing the rich Fijian culture and generous hospitality", the palace said.

Prince Harry inspects a guard of soldiers from the Fijian Army and Navy.

Earlier in the day the royal couple received a warm welcome from locals as they touched down in the lovely country for a three-day visit.

Sure, Harry and Meghan are holding hands - surprise, surprise - while you could probably put a metre stick between Elizabeth and Philip, but similar nonetheless.

They attended an official welcoming ceremony at Albert Park, which reflected one attended by The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh on their visit to Fiji in 1953. They reportedly plan to bring their new baby with them.

With that being said, Meghan is expected to make as many appearances at local charities and events as she can.

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