Meghan Markle Wore a Summery White Halter Top During a Surprise Stop on Her Nigeria Trip

White was her signature color for the royal tour.

<p>Emmanuel Osodi/Anadolu via Getty Images</p>

Emmanuel Osodi/Anadolu via Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's trip to Nigeria may be over, but fans are still getting peeks into their latest tour, including a new, never-before-seen clip from an appointment that wasn't shared in their itinerary. People reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid a visit to Save the Children while they were in Abuja. Continuing her parade of spectacular fashion, Markle wore a sleek and stealthy mock-neck halter top for the stop, adding one more white piece to her stacked repertoire of ivory outfits.

In a clip shared to Instagram, Save the Children U.K. shared that Harry and Meghan met with youth ambassadors in Abuja. The appointment was arranged by Misan Harriman, a friend of the couple and the photographer behind many of the images from the trip. People noted that Harry and Meghan spoke to ambassadors Purity and Maryam about "child marriage, gender-based violence, access to education and healthcare, and the plight of displaced children."

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Meghan paired her white top with a pair of wide-fit, loose olive green pants (a color combo that Princess Diana is a fan of) and a pair of statement earrings. 

"This charity recognizes the importance of having young people's voice at the forefront, not just as advocates, but as decision-makers. And that is absolutely crucial because you know better than anybody else what is going on, what are the conversations that are happening, but also it's your future," Prince Harry said in a video shared by the organization.

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Andrew Esiebo/Getty Images for The Archewell Foundation

"We won’t stop, every one of us. Every one of us has a role to play through our advocacy, our voices, our financial support, and volunteering. So we hope to see a positive change and a better future for Nigeria," Purity finished.

Meghan and Harry have partnered with Save the Children in the past, including a special video to celebrate Prince Archie’s first birthday in 2020. As part of the organization's #SaveWithStories initiative, Markle read Duck! Rabbit! aloud in a video. The Archewell Foundation also donated funds to Save the Children after flooding in Nigeria back in 2022.

<p>Emmanuel Osodi/Anadolu via Getty Images</p>

Emmanuel Osodi/Anadolu via Getty Images

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Gemma Sherrington, Save the Children U.K. CEO, explained how excited she was that Harry and Meghan made time to visit the nonprofit, saying, "We were thrilled to share information about this innovative partnership with Duke and Duchess of Sussex in light of their long-standing interest in vaccine equity."

"We’re honored that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex took time out of their busy schedule in Nigeria to learn about the work Save the Children does, alongside our youth advocates and partners, to ensure children don’t just survive but thrive,” Sherrington said. "Child Champions and Youth Ambassadors are the beating heart of our work in Nigeria, so for two of them to have this opportunity to speak with Prince Harry and Meghan and to shine a spotlight on their tireless advocacy to protect the rights of children is phenomenal."

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