According to People, the Duchess wants to be more "low key" whilst carrying out her engagements in South Africa.
Interestingly, Meghan – who has been criticised in the past for her lavish wardrobe – has chosen to recycle several of her dresses from her royal tour of Australasia in 2018.
For example, she visited the District Six Museum in the same sky blue dress she wore to her visit to Tonga's Tupou College with the Duke of Sussex.
In addition, Meghan wore the same striped Martin Grant Maxi Dress to the British High Commissioner's residence that she wore when she visited Bondi Beach in Australia to meet a local surfing community group dedicated to raising awareness for mental health.
The royal couple have been delighting royal fans with their laid-back attitude during their time in South Africa; from breaking royal protocol with a kiss, to showing off baby Archie during a meeting with the Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe.