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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend the day in Fiji today, after arriving yesterday afternoon and being greeted by thousands of royal fans.

She also wore a tennis bracelet she received from Prince Charles, Harry's father.

The always stylish Kate wore a collared long-sleeved burgundy dress with white polka dots and a waist-tie for the occasion. That, like Ivanka and Karlie, they are sisters through and through? However, after it overran by almost two hours, it was decided that Meghan would take some time out of her schedule and spend the following morning resting.

The couple are expecting their first child next spring, and their "babymoon" - or pre-baby getaway - was a rare break in a packed schedule on their 16-day Commonwealth tour.

The Duchess continues to impress with her royal tour wardrobe, with two outfits on her first day in Fiji. There was a light drizzle and an official held an umbrella above Meghan's head.

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The Duke of Sussex has also stated that many countries including Great Britain look to Fiji to provide leadership on environmental issues which affect all of us, and that have been affecting Fiji as an island nation for many, many years. Members of the public are invited and 15,000 are expected to attend.

Meghan was pictured in the cape dress and wearing dazzling diamonds as she joined Harry at the Grand Pacific Hotel to attend the state dinner hosted by the Fijian President.

Addressing students, she spoke of the vital importance of education for girls in developing countries.

There is no vaccine for Zika, and the CDC says the best way to avoid infection for those who must travel is to take extra precautions to prevent mosquito bites.

However, Robin Nair, who was Fiji's foreign affairs permanent secetary before he resigned previous year has expressed concern that Prime Minster Frank Bainimarama will take "full advantage" of the royal couple's visit.