MEGHAN Markle dazzled in green and stunned in red as the royals left Fiji and landed in Tonga
The Duchess, who was forced to cut duties short after a security scare yesterday, looked refreshed after the couple spent a night together on a private luxury island.
The royal pair first appeared at Nadi Airport on Wednesday where they unveiled a statue honouring SAS hero Sgt Talaiasi Labalaba.
The super-solder died in battle after holding off 250 rebels on his own.
Meghan looked stunning in a classy dress by Jason Wu worth £1,315, and tall black heels.
She cradled her bump as she stood next to Harry, who looked dapper in a grey suit and wore military medals.
The royal pair unveiled a statue honouring Sgt Talaiasi Labalaba and his incredible life-saving heroics[/caption]
The Duke and Duchess then took off to Tonga for the latest leg of their South Pacific tour.
Sgt Talaiasi was killed in the Battle of Mirbat in 1972, having been stationed with eight SAS soldiers on a secret assignment, codenamed Operation Jaguar.
When their hideout was ambushed, he sprinted – under heavy fire – to a heavy artillery gun which usually required three men to operate.
Despite grave bullet wounds and being soaked in blood, he single-handedly held off 250 Front fighters for six hours long enough for reinforcements to arrive.
Harry and Meghan arrived in Nadi in western Fiji to unveil the statue.
The couple will then fly to Fua’amotu airport in Tonga, where they will be welcomed by Princess Angelika Latufuipeka ahead of an official welcome at Consular House.
Harry and Meghan will have a private audience with His Majesty King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau’u before the reception and dinner.
Yesterday, Meghan was whisked out of a Fijian street market amid a ‘security scare’.
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Video shows her being led out of the building flanked by her new female head of security and a Fijian security chief.
The Duchess has pulled out of a number of engagements this week, blaming tiredness and the toll of her pregnancy.
Last night the pair spent a night together on the isolated island of Vatuvara, described as one of the world’s most beautiful places.
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