And the royal tour of Africa has come to an end!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have wrapped up their 10-day tour of the continent with a meeting with Graça Machel, Nelson Mandela's widow in Johannesburg. Machel, who previously met Prince Harry during a 2015 visit to South Africa, has been named a Dame by Queen Elizabeth due to her dedication to women and children's rights.
For Wednesday's visit, the duchess opted for a gorgeous blush-pink trench dress by Canadian designer House of Nonie, which she accessorized with tan Stuart Weitzman pumps. The dress is of special significance for the mom-of-one, who had previously donned the look last summer to mark Mandela's Centenary Exhibition and to meet with the late political leader's granddaughter.
The couple later met female entrepreneurs at a South African business reception, where Meghan gave a speech:
"So from students to politicians, from apartheid campaigners of the 50s to teenagers on a beach, from the mothers with HIV providing health care to their community, and to the entrepreneurs who are driving the businesses of the future - they all showed me a power and a solidarity that, in this moment, in this time, all women, and all people, can take strength and inspiration from. Because these amazing African women have discovered self-belief and found their worth."
For more on the couple's tour, watch the video above!