Meghan Markle had to interrupt another stop on her real tour of Australia and Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Sussex interrupted a commitment in Fiji on Wednesday, due to problems of "crowd management", according to a real source.
Markle, who is on the ninth day of the actual tour, visited the Suva Municipal Market to meet the vendors involved in the UN Women project, Markets for Change, which promotes the empowerment of women in markets around the world. Peaceful.
However, it seems that there were simply too many people who wanted to take a look at the pregnant duchess, making the market a bit chaotic.
The duchess was supposed to spend 15 minutes in the market, but instead she stayed alone for about eight minutes, according to the source, who says the engagement was interrupted because there were "much larger crowds than expected" inside. of the market, which made it the "uncomfortably busy" event.
The source notes that Markle managed to meet all the sales stalls she had scheduled to greet, however, others were a little disappointed to miss the opportunity to see the Duchess in person.
"The duchess should only fall on the market, it was meant to be an extension of reception in the High Commission," says the source. "There were crowds much bigger than people had anticipated and there were a lot of crowded people in the market."
During his stay in Fiji on Wednesday, Markle visited the University of the South Pacific, where he delivered a passionate speech to promote women's education.
"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," said the former star. of the Costumes in his speech. "When girls are given the right tools to succeed, they can create incredible futures, not only for themselves but for everyone around them."
To learn more about what the duke and duchess have been doing since he arrived last week, see the video below.
Meghan Markle gives a passionate speech promoting female education during a trip to the university in Fiji
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