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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are embracing the Tongan cultures!

Regardless of one fashion-faux pas, Meghan is still rocking this royal tour with style and class - while pregnant no less!

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive at Fua'amotu airport in Tonga on October 25, 2018.

Meghan Markle wore an Oscar de la Renta ball gown to the Australian Geographic Society Awards on Friday.

The traditional skirts are a status symbol worn during formal occasions by both men and women in Tonga.

Royal fans will notice that Meghan wears a green gem stone for her August birthday, a blue sapphire for Harry's September birthday, and a third, seemingly clear crystal for what could be an April due date.

"I'm very happy. Excited".

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The tulle skirt, the sheer neckline, the detail is just exquisite but we're still reeling at the price of this piece. After all, have you seen how many outfit changes she's already made?

He said: "Thank you for coming to Fiji and gracing us with your much welcome but very short visit".

The couple will head out to the final day of the Invictus Games on Saturday before flying to New Zealand on Sunday for four days to round off their first overseas visit as a married couple.

The couple met with the Prime Minister of Tonga, Akilisi Pohiva, at St George Government Building before attending an exhibition of Tongan Handicrafts at the Fa'onelua Convention Centre, with Princess Angelika.

School children were given the day off to welcome them to 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", he read on behalf of Queen Elizabeth.

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