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The day after appearing on the most formal engagement of his actual tour so far: a state dinner in Fiji, to which the Duchess of Sussex I was wearing a flashy blue coat dressTo bully and Meghan visited the campus of the University of the South Pacific together, where they surprised the students in the library with pizzas and taught a British history class. Do not, in fact, the two were there to do the usual rigmarole of the royal visit, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the university. They both went with what we will call casual island look for the look, Meghan in a pink dress by Figue Frederica with ruffles and Harry with a blue short-sleeved blue button. (Now men around the world can claim, if they are ever criticized for wearing a short-sleeved shirt for a pleasant event, "Hey, this is what Princes wear.")
The two were greeted by musicians and crowds, and finally they saw a presentation on the "effects of climate change in the Pacific" of a dance company, before conversing with the students.
Meghan gave her first real tour speech at school, talking about the importance of 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. Providing access to education is the key to economic and social development. Because when girls are given the right tools to succeed, they can create incredible futures, not only for themselves but also for those around them. . . . My husband Harry and I wish you the best of luck as you continue your studies and work. Your efforts will now help to make a positive future for each of you and your communities in general; Congratulations to all! "
Previously, Harry made a solo appearance at a ceremony at a war memorial. After the first week of the tour, the Palace announced that Meghan, now a few months pregnant, would cut her number of commitments for the rest of the tour.