The pregnant royal did a quick change in between engagements on Friday, changing out of her green-and-white striped Martin Grant dress that she wore to meet the prime minister, and into a sky blue shirt dress by Veronica Beard for her next outing.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex traveled to Tonga’s Tupou College, the oldest secondary school in the Pacific after being founded by a British missionary in 1866, where they dedicated two forest reserves at the school’s on-site forest – the Toloa Forest Reserve.
The last remaining forest area on Tonga’s main island of Tongatapu, and the Eua National Park Forest Reserve, located at the Island of Eua, are being admitted into the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. The initiative began in 2015 as a network of forest conservation program throughout the 53 countries of the Commonwealth.
Meghan’s visit to the reserve comes as a surprise as she had skipped a forest visit in Fiji as a precautionary measure against mosquitos. The Zika virus, which causes birth defects, including microcephaly, has been detected in both Fiji and Tonga.
The mum-to-be had a very sweet moment when she was left in stitches.
The royal and her husband watched the Tupou College Boys' choir sing about mosquitoes - teaming the hilarious performance with flying actions and buzzing noises.