The Duchess of Sussex stepped out for the first day of an unofficial tour in Nigeria alongside Prince Harry. The California based couple are visiting the West African nation to champion the Invictus games and make visits to local charities, schools and hospitals.

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For the first outing of the trip, Meghan donned a new blush colored Windsor dress by Heidi Merrick.

The airy dress is made of luxe silk noil and features a flowing tiered skirt with a fitted bodice and geometric linear back cutout. Perfect for warm weather climates, the pale pink maxi dress is designed in California. 

Meghan paired the summer dress with an Aurate Collar Necklace. The open collar necklace is made of solid 14 karat gold.

The duchess has owned the piece since 2015 and even wore it on a trip to Malta; she was recently seen in the gilded choker during the Sussexes documentary on Netflix.

The mom of two also wore vintage Lanvin Amethyst and Citrine clip-on earrings. 

In addition, the American Riviera Orchard founder wore her Emme Parsons Laurie Sandals in Cacao Nappa. The sleek flat sandals feature a nickel toe ring with a gold finish. The duchess previously wore the sandals for shopping in Montecito and for attending Prince Harry’s polo matches in the summer of 2022.

Meghan’s other Heidi Merrick dress — the ‘Ginger’ halter dress in ivory has also been restocked and is now available for pre-order. Shop HERE

Later in the day, Meghan visited the Abuja Defence Headquarters and changed into an Altuzzara pantsuit. The duchess wore her Altuzzara Acacia blazer (new season)– she previously wore the jacket in Australia in 2018 and for a Zoom call from Santa Barbara.  Meghan paired the blazer with new Altuzzara Serge trousers in optic white and her Aurate collar necklace. She also wore her beloved Manolo pumps in brown/cognac suede along with her Ariel Gordon ‘Royal signet stud earrings.’

 

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