The Duchess of Sussex made a case for double denim on the second day of the royal tour of South Africa. Meghan kept things casual as she and Harry visited Waves For Change at Monwabisi Beach, an NGO which trains and supports surf instructors to provide mental health services to young people in need.
Meghan wore black skinny jeans which she teamed with a blue denim jacket, a white shirt and brown flats. Harry was just as casual for the occasion, wearing a dark green button-up with chinos.
As well as meeting volunteers at the charity, the royal couple visited the Waves for Change compound kitchen, where The Lunchbox Fund provides nearly 30,000 nutritious meals every day to programmes in townships and rural areas.
This marks the second day of the tour, after yesterday visiting District 6 Museum and meeting (and dancing with locals) at a Justice Desk initiative in Nyanga.
The ensemble was her most casual yet, with the duchess wearing two summer dresses for her engagements yesterday. The first was a monochrome printed design by sustainable label Maya Miko, before later changing into a blue Veronica Beard shirt dress which we had first seen her in during the couple's trip to Tonga last year. She teamed both dresses with her trusty Castańer wedge heels, which are still available to buy.