Meghan Markle and Prince Harry met Desmond Tutu in Cape Town, South Africa today — and they brought along baby Archie.
Markle wore a printed blue and white silk dress from Club Monaco that retails for under $300.
For footwear, the Duchess of Sussex went with an old favorite: Manolo Blahnik’s BB pump, a style named after French actress Brigitte Bardot. The pointy-toed heel has a low-cut topline and a 4-inch stiletto heel. It’s available to shop on Nordstrom.com for $625.
While Markle sported pumps, little Archie went shoeless. The royal baby wore a pair of blue and white striped overalls by H&M, available for $19.99 on Hm.com, and Bonpoint socks (available in a seven-pack on Saksfifthavenue.com for $162).
Tutu, 87, is known internationally for his anti-apartheid and human rights activism; he is also a theologist.
Later in the day, Markle did an outfit change for a visit to Woodstock Exchange, an event for women social entrepreneurs. The ex-actress changed into a black jumpsuit from Everlane ($120 on the brand’s website). For shoes, she stuck with her go-to BB pumps — swapping out her navy pair for classic black.
Markle accessorized with gold statement earrings and wore her hair pulled back in a sleek bun.
Aside from Manolo Blahnik, the “Suits” star’s favorite footwear brands include Aquazzura, Stuart Weitzman and Sarah Flint.