Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are immersing themselves in the Tongan culture!
After meeting with the Prime Minister of Tonga, Akilisi Pōhiva, the prospective royal parents went to an exhibition at the Fa'onelua Center with Princess Angelika, who received them at the airport the day before. In addition to meeting local Tongan merchants and artisans, Meghan and Harry learned about crafts and products, including traditional rugs and cover cloth.
And they received a lively welcome to the Fa'onelua Convention Center with a native Tongan dance. They were also given traditional Tonga garlands to wear during their visit. Meghan was placed over her green and white striped cotton dress by the Australian designer Martin Grant.
After spending a day in Tonga, which will also include a visit to Tupou College to dedicate two forest reserves in the school forest, Meghan and Harry will return to Sydney, Australia, for the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games. Then, it will be to New Zealand to conclude his tour.
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Despite their busy schedule, Harry and Meghan have found time to pass along their journey through the whirlwind. Before the newlyweds left Fiji for the next Tonga stop on their 16-day tour, they allegedly spent the night at a private resort on the island of Fiji. After finishing their commitments in Suva on Wednesday, it is said that Harry and Meghan traveled to the five-star resort of Vatuvara Private Islands. the Telegraph Report that the couple was "housed in private" for the night.
The Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism of Fiji, Faiyaz Koya, told the Telegraph of the couple's stay on the island, "Vatuvara is one of those islands you will not forget, it shows the spirit of Fiji and what we have as a Fijian people, it is absolutely beautiful, wonderful, they would have enjoyed themselves."