Meghan Markle has changed to her second look of the day in Sydney!
After starting the fourth day of their royal tour with Prince Harry's with a visit to the world-famous Bondi Beach local time on Friday, the two headed to Macarthur Girls High School to meet with students on social justice and empowerment. Young.
To adapt to the occasion, Meghan, 37, changed her beach look from before, which included a maxi striped dress by Martin Grant and some Castañer espadrilles, and opted for a more formal attire.
Meghan effortlessly wore a beige suede outfit by Stuart Weitzman, of British designer Roksanda Ilinčić, with a pair of beige suede shoes by Stuart Weitzman. The king's hair was also combed with an elegant ponytail in half.
Harry, 34, also made a quick change to the event, switching from a previous blue button and a khaki to a more formal blue plaid shirt (to match his wife) with a black jacket.
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Meghan has been gravitating towards the dresses of the Navy recently.
During the first appearance yesterday on the grounds of the Royal Botanical Garden, the former Costumes the star wore a navy blue dress by Australian designer Dion Lee and the suede heels of Manolo. She also wore the same colored dress to the royal wedding of Princess Eugenia last week.
Throughout her visit, Meghan has shown how ingenious she can be as she packs, after re-wearing her Martin Grant raincoat during the first events of the trip.
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Early on Friday, Meghan and Harry traveled to Bondi Beach, where they were greeted by Grant Trebilco and Sam Schumacher, founders of OneWave.
The local surfing community group, dressed in colors, spoke to royalty about their dedication to raising awareness about mental health and well-being in an attractive way, before offering them leis to animate their own beachwear.
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They participated in the "Friday of Fluro" session, where people of all ages share their experiences of mental health problems, in a "circle of vibes against evil".
The couple also had the opportunity to interact with other people who enjoy yoga, Meghan's favorite activity and surfing, and Harry even helped wax a surfboard!
While there, Meghan also talked about her pregnancy to author Charlotte Connell, who is also waiting, and explained that her little girl was already taking care of her at night.
"Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having a jet lag," said Connell, as reported by Sky News. "She said she had gotten up at 4:30 a.m. this morning doing yoga in her room because she could not sleep."
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The royal couple also interacted with fans during a public meeting and greeted South Bondi Beach.
They were bathed with flowers and stuffed animals, including a large teddy bear, for their baby. But there was also a unique offer for the pair: a packet of carrots!
The next step for the couple is an excursion at the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Harry will climb the bridge next to the Prime Minister of Australia to raise the celebratory Invictus flag, which is a symbol of the arrival of the games to Sydney.
Meanwhile, Meghan, who is just over 12 weeks pregnant, will support her husband from afar.