Meghan Markle closes out royal tour of Africa in recycled blush trench dress

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.

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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.

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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!

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