Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are beginning their busy day in Tonga with a special meeting.
The royal couple, who are expecting their first child in the spring, went to the Government Building of St. George on Friday (local time) to meet with the Prime Minister of Tonga, Akilisi Pōhiva, and several cabinet ministers. .
Meghan wore a green and white striped cotton dress by Australian designer Martin Grant from the Spring / Summer 2019 collection. She combined the $ 1,385 buttoned dress, featuring a mandarin collar and belt waist, with matching green suede pumps ( which he used for Prince Louis' baptism in July) and a Prada clutch.
The Duchess of Sussex also wore Martin Grant's raincoat at the beginning of the tour, several times!
"It's wonderful to be represented by such a beautiful, modern and stylish woman," Grant tells PEOPLE. "I also think that his appearance has been relentless, which is perfect for his role in the meeting with the people of Australia, which tends to be quite relaxed."
She also wore her most elegant hairstyle so far: an elegant ponytail, courtesy of her wedding hairdresser, George Northwood, who is on tour with her.
The previous day, Meghan and Harry were greeted by Princess Angelika Latufuipeka at the airport before attending a reception and dinner with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau'u.
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Meghan and Harry had a busy first day in Tonga, and an even busier day for the Duchess's stylist!
She looked beautiful in a green dress with short sleeves by Jason Wu, a Taiwanese and Canadian designer based in New York City, combined with his Manolo Blahnik BB bombs in black suede when the couple left Fiji.
After a quick change in the plane, Meghan arrived in Tonga with a long-sleeved red self-portrait dress, embroidered with floral motifs and in the same tone as the Tonga flag. The future mom also added black heels and a black clutch to complete the look.
Finally, Meghan switched to her third team in less than five hours. The king attended an official reception and dinner with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau'u in a silk satin column dress with white sleeve beads from Theia.
After enjoying a day in Tonga, which will include attending a cultural exhibition, meeting with local merchants and visiting Tupou College, 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.