Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, seen with a tag hanging from the dress in Tonga

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The British royal family is not known for skimping on its costume budget, but Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has wondered if she expects to return her last attire for a refund.

When the newlywed Royal got off a Qantas charter flight in Tonga, she could see a tag on the hem of her dress as she walked along the red carpet.

Sophie Walsh, a reporter for Channel 9 News, an Australian CNN affiliate, said that "with so many changes in attire, I think the Duchess can be forgiven."
The duchess wore a green crepe-sheath dress by Jason Wu, which cost $ 1,695, when the royal couple left Fiji, the previous stop on their 16-day fall tour. Meghan changed to the red dress on the way.
A longer version of the embroidered dress, from the favorite self-portrait of celebrities, sells for £ 400 ($ 515) on the designer's website.

The red dress, a nod to the national color of Tonga, framed her small but growing bundle of baby. Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, announced that they were expecting their first child at the beginning of their trip to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

The royal couple landed in the island nation of the South Pacific early Thursday. They were received by Princess Latufuipeka Angelika Tuku & # 39; aho, daughter of King Tupuo VI, and attended a traditional welcome ceremony in Tonga when they got off the plane at the International Airport of Fua & # 39; amotu, just outside the capital , Nuku'alofa.

Good wishes lined the streets on the 13-kilometer (8-mile) trip to the city.

Later on Thursday, the couple will have an audience with the king and his wife, Queen Nanasipau, which will be followed by an official reception and dinner, and traditional Tongan entertainment.

Before leaving Fiji, the couple participated in the inauguration of a statue of British-Fijian war hero Talaiasi Labalaba, who lost his life defending his companions at the Battle of Mirbat in 1972.

On Wednesday, Meghan's trip to a market in the capital of Fiji, Suva, was interrupted after larger crowds than expected caused security problems.

A spokesman for the Kensington Palace confirmed that "Meghan's commitment was reduced slightly due to crowd management problems."

On an official visit to the University of the South Pacific, Meghan delivered a speech on education and women's rights.

"Everyone should have the opportunity to receive the education they want, but more importantly, the education they are entitled to receive, and for women and girls in developing countries, this is vital," she said, dressed with a traditional lei from the South Pacific.

The couple will return to Australia before traveling to New Zealand.



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