Meghan and Harry give each other a moment of tenderness in public and kiss each other on the lips. Then Lady Markle wears the veil for the first time
Meghan Markle in South Africa: change of look, from jeans to veil
Meghan Markle wore the veil for the first time to visit the oldest mosque in South Africa, in Cape Town.
Together with her husband Harry, the Duchess met with Imam Sheikh Ismail Londt and the leader of the Muslim community, Mohamed Groenwald, before touring the neighborhood. For the occasion, Meg wore a long olive green dress that also covered her feet and enhanced the rounded curves of motherhood, coordinating it with a white veil on her head. Before entering the building both she and the Prince had to take off their shoes, as is customary. They sat on the rug cross-legged to talk to the leaders of the Islamic community.
In the morning, instead, the Dukes of Sussex went to the beach of Monwabisi, on the outskirts of Cape Town, to learn about the work of Waves For Change, which is committed to supporting and helping local children. Lady Markle has chosen an informal look: denim jacket, dark skinny pants, white shirt and flat shoes. For the time being, Meg has always sported a casual look on this tour.
Not very respectful of the real protocol that forbids physical contact, for the second time since she arrived in Africa, Meghan has let children and teens embrace her.
The couple then became the protagonist of a moment of great tenderness. When asked to declare their strengths, Harry glossed over the task and handed the word over to Meghan. After a moment of initial embarrassment, he confessed that Harry is the best dad in the world. Excited, the Prince responded with an "ahhh" and returned the compliment to his wife, calling her the best mom. Then the two exchanged a kiss on the lips.
The Dukes finally separated. Harry got into the police dinghy to reach the port of Kalk Bay, while Meghan drove back to her residence to look after her son Archie.
The Sussex gathered in the afternoon for a visit to the mosque.