Duchess in Print: Meghan Markle’s Fashion Statement in Nigeria

Meghan Markle continues to dazzle with her fashion-forward Nigerian tour, showcasing a departure from her traditional royal style. Following her stunning apricot Heidi Merrick maxi dress and chic white power suit by Altuzarra, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a strikingly different ensemble during a charity event tied to the Invictus Games Foundation on Saturday, May 11.

Duchess in Print: Meghan Markle's Fashion Statement in Nigeria

For the occasion, Markle donned a zebra print silk midi dress designed by Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz. The dress featured bold black and white stripes, a daring thigh slit, and a structured bodice with a sweetheart neckline. Notably, it boasted a unique diamond-shaped cut-out just below the bralet-style top, accentuated by rope straps for added texture. Complementing her look, Markle styled her hair in a sleek middle-parted low ponytail and adorned herself with assorted gold bangles and statement circle earrings. She completed her ensemble with oversized round black sunglasses and comfortable strappy flat black sandals for her second day in Nigeria.

Accompanied by Prince Harry, Markle engaged in various activities during the sports recovery-focused event for Nigeria: Unconquered, organized in collaboration with the Invictus Games Foundation. From watching training sessions and basketball games to participating in a volleyball match, the couple appeared joyful throughout the event. Prince Harry even joined in the volleyball game, earning cheers from Markle when he scored his first point, as reported by People.

Reflecting on her conversation with the Duchess, 9-year-old Tiwa Akanbi shared with People that Markle praised Prince Harry's volleyball skills, highlighting his passion for the sport.

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