The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a particularly high-profile schedule on the fourth day of their royal tour.
In addition to visiting Bondi Beach and a local youth advocacy program, they're set to meet with Australia's Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition. Meghan Markle chose to wear a striped Martin Grant dress for the day's important events.
Shortly after arriving at Bondi Beach, the duchess received an unexpected accessory to complete her look-a pink floral lei. For his part, Harry received a blue one.
Thus far during her time in Australia, Markle has kept her aesthetic simple and elegant. Over the course of the tour, the Duchess has worn classic silhouettes (like yesterday's navy dress, topped with a trench coat) in neutral hues.
Occasionally, she'll finish off her outfits with an elegant piece of jewelry. When she stepped out on Monday wearing Princess Diana's earrings and bracelet, Markle made headlines for honoring her late mother-in-law.
Aside from the visits with Australia's political leaders, today's docket includes a particularly meaningful event for Prince Harry. The Duke will climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to raise the Invictus Flag.
It's fitting that Harry will be raising the flag, as he himself founded the Invictus Games. After visiting the 2013 Warrior Games, a competition for wounded servicemen organized by the U.S. Department of Defense, he was inspired to create an international sporting event for wounded, injured, and sick service personnel.
Meghan and Harry will continue to support the Games throughout their royal tour. Looking ahead to tomorrow, Prince Harry is slated to give a speech at the Opening Ceremony, and the royal couple will also attend an Invictus Games-related event on Cockatoo Island in Sydney Harbour. We'll see how Meghan will choose to support her husband's initiative-and how she dresses for the occasion.
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