Princess Angelika Latufuipeka received the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry before her private audience with King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipauu of the island.
The people of Tonga unfolded the red carpet for Markle, whose dress matched the tone. She wore a lightweight, pleated crepe self-portrait dress ($ 445) designed with floral embroidery and a belt waistband. Completing the number was a pair of navy blue suede pumps Manolo Blahnik BB.
"It's a good shoe for every occasion," Blahnik said of his BB bombs. Indeed.
It has been 10 years since he created the shoe and named it after the French film star Brigitte Bardot. With a pointed profile and a low cut cut line on a 4-inch stiletto heel, the pumps sell for $ 625.
Prince Harry put on the suit and shoes from before, when the royal couple left Fiji. There, Markle had the same BB bombs complemented by the blue-green dress of Jason Wu Peacock.
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