Meghan “Markle” Stuns in Printed Dress on Last Day in Nigeria

Meghan "Markle" quickinfobuzz

Meghan “Markle”, the Duchess of Sussex, looked radiant in a printed halter dress on her last day in Nigeria with Prince Harry. The couple went to the famous Lagos Polo Club for a reception to support “Nigeria Unconquered”, a charity that trains wounded veterans in sports programs.

Meghan’s cream-colored dress by Johanna Ortiz was very stylish. She complimented her outfit with Burberry sandals and her favorite Heidi Merrick sunglasses. On the other hand, Prince Harry complimented his appearance with a black suit, white button-up shirt, and sunglasses.

The couple were happy to take part in the pre-game parade where children dressed in polo attire and rode horses. They also participated in a charity polo match, where Meghan’s team won with a score of 5-3.

After the game, Megan and Harry awarded medals to the players and thanked them for the nice treatment that they got in Nigeria.

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Meghan’s Style Statements Throughout the Trip

This printed dress was just one of the many outfits Meghan wore during her visit to Nigeria. Megan also wore a white button-up shirt with a traditional Nigerian Skirt that was gifted to her from the country. This simply showed her love for Nigerian culture.

Meghan "Markle" quickinfobuzz

Another dress that left a mark was the sunny yellow maxi dress she wore at the reception at the State Governor’s House. The yellow dress was so special because she wore this same dress for her son’s first birthday in 2020.

Meghan "Markle" quickinfobuzz

This time, she wore it with gold jewelry, including a necklace that looked like the one Princess Diana wore when she visited Nigeria in 1991.

The tour which ended in Lagos was an emotional one. This is because it was the same place that Prince Harry’s parents, King Charles and Princess Diana, visited before they died in 1990.

Meanwhile, the latest revelation that Meghan was Nigerian added more value to their bond with the country, and gave a deeper significance to the trip.

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