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Prince Harry fits up as he and Meghan Markle say goodbye to Tonga

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have said goodbye to Tonga. After a hectic day in the Polynesian country, which included…

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have said goodbye to Tonga.

After a hectic day in the Polynesian country, which included a meeting with the prime minister, an exhibition of Tongan handicrafts and a trip to Tupou College, the royal couple, paid a final visit to His Majesty King Tupou VI at the Royal Palace.

The Victorian castle, located in the northwest of the capital Nuku alofa, was built in 1867 and is the official residence of the Tonga King.

At the moment Meghan 37 held the sky-blue “Cary” shirt by Veronica Beard as she carried on the previous excursions and Harry, 34, wearing a gray suit and tie.

While Meghan has been wowing in several series during his tour, this time it was Harry who changed his style, as earlier in the day he had improved a more casual look of khaki bibs and a blue sweater.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

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After spending time with the king and his wife, Queen Nanasipau & Tuku, aho, Meghan and Harry dreamed for a photo at the palace porch with the Tongan kings. In the background, people could listen to singing traditional songs in the country.

Meanwhile, over the asphalt, locals gathered along the striking traditional printed cloth that was rolled out on the royal couple before the departure

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with King Tupou VI and Queen NanasipauÔu TukuÔaho


Bud Meghan and Harry farewell to Fua Amotu International Airport were Princess Angelika Latufuipeka who first welcomed the couple when they came to Tonga on Thursday morning.

The jet-setting royal couple then waved goodbye to the locals as they boarded their plan to return to Sydney for the next leg of their royal tour.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

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Earlier in the day, Meghan and Harry stopped at Tonga’s Tupou College and dedicated two forest reserves to the school’s forest in place. The journey surprised royal fans because Meghan skipped an earlier forest trip in Fiji to avoid mosquitoes.

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The Zika virus, which causes birth defects including microcephaly, has been detected in both Fiji and Tonga. The pregnant king who sought medical advice about the Zika virus before the tour, took precautions on arrival at Fiji.

After following general advice from medical experts Meghan arrived at the airport in a long-sleeved white dress after using several sleeveless dresses in Sydney. And she was discovered with insecticides on her arms during her first night in Tonga.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking at a parrot

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at Tupou College

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Royals was also treated to a musical performance by the Tupou College Boys Choir, which allegedly contained a song about mosquitoes, which led to the couple laughing.

Harry also gave a speech to the Toloa Forest Reserve audience about the importance of conservation.

“Tonga exemplifies and understands deep environmental impact, as they directly affect these islands,” he said in the century . “Planting trees in conservation of forests helps us in so many ways. It’s a simple yet effective way to restore and repair our environment, clean air, protect habitats and improve our health and well-being.”

Meghan and Harry come back to Sydney, Australia, for the final ceremony of Invictus Games. Then it will be in New Zealand for the last part of its 16-day tour.

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