Today, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are spending their second day in South Africa.
The day started with a visit on Monwabisi Beach where Harry and Meghan saw the work of Waves for Change which supports local surf mentors to provide mental health services to vulnerable young people living in under-resourced communities. They also visited The Lunchbox Fund, a charity that was chosen by the Sussexes to receive public donations after Archie’s birth. Harry then traveled to Seal Island with officers from the City of Cape Town Marine Unit to learn about their efforts against poaching.
In the afternoon, Harry and Meghan will visit the Auwal Mosque to meet with multi-faith groups. Then, they will visit the Bo Kaap area to celebrate Heritage Day. Heritage Day celebrates the diversity of cultures, beliefs, and traditions. They will visit local residents who will host them for tea.
The day will conclude with a youth reception at the British High Commissioner’s Residence where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will meet with young leaders and inspiring opinion-formers to highlight the rich and diverse nature of the UK’s relationship with Africa.
For the morning events, Meghan wore her Madewell denim jacket with a white shirt - which might be her J.Crew linen shirt - and black jeans. She paired the outfit with her Brothers Vellies flats and a new Madewell tote bag. She wore the same jewelry as yesterday: her Jennifer Meyer turquoise earrings with matching turquoise ring. She also carried her Le Specs ‘Bandwagon’ sunglasses.