Meghan Markle dazzles in blue for state dinner in Fiji

Meghan Markle dazzles in blue for state dinner in Fiji

Beautiful in blue!

Following a traditional Veiqaravi Vakavanua welcome ceremony, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex kicked off their arrival in Fiji with a black tie state dinner at the island's famous Grand Pacific Hotel, where the couple will be staying as part of their 16-day royal tour.

While Prince Harry looked dapper as ever in a simple tuxedo, it was his wife who stole the show.

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For the occasion, Meghan dazzled in a Fiji blue cape dress by London-based designer Safiyaa and chandelier earrings, rumored to be borrowed from Queen Elizabeth's private jewelry collection. The striking gown showed off the royal's growing baby bump -- she's believed to be 16 weeks along in her pregnancy.

The 37-year-old royal accessorized the look with loose waves and a simple diamond bracelet, which is said to be a wedding gift from her father-in-law, Prince Charles.

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It's been a busy week for Harry and Meghan, who embarked on the royal tour together just as their pregnancy news broke. However, Kensington Palace has maintained that the two will scale back on a number of engagements and give Meghan time to rest.

For more on their visit, watch the video above!

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