The Duchess of Sussex was thrilled by a cute gift she received for baby son Archie during a royal engagement in Johanesburg.
Meghan, who gave birth to Archie in May this year, was visiting the Victoria Yards art centre in the city and met a local fashion designer.
And the Duchess was given a pair of denim dungarees specially made for four-month-old Archie.
About 4 weeks ago I got a call from the British embassy. The Duchess of Sussex placed an order for a pair of jeans and today she came to collect them personally...
— TSHEPO JEANS (@TshepoJeans) September 30, 2019
According to The Sun, when she was handed the gift, Meghan said: "Very cute."
The former actress was also given a pair of designer jeans made especially for her.
When given the skinny fit jeans, Meghan apparently gushed: "Oh my, oh my."
And when she saw the dungarees, she said, 'Very cute.'
The manager of Tshepo's showroom, which features the company's workshops and studios, Lesedi Masemola told reporters: "From what we've seen on the internet, she's the type of person who loves skinny fit so that's what we made.
"When she saw the jeans, the words she said were, 'Oh my, oh my', she was very impressed, she loved the jeans, she said she couldn't wait to try them on and said, 'Wow'. And when she saw the dungarees, she said, 'Very cute.'"
While Meghan has been busy in Johanesburg, her husband Prince Harry has been taking on engagements in Malawi.
On Monday, the Duke of Sussex visited the Liwonde National Park and laid a wreath at the memorial of Guardsman Matthew Talbot, who was killed by an elephant at the age of 22.
A post shared to the couple's official Instagram page read: "The Duke laid the wreath on behalf of the Talbot family, and said he was honoured to be able to do so, as he has worked closely with park rangers in these efforts and celebrates each and every one of them as heroes."
Last week, Meghan and Harry took their son Archie to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu on the third day of their royal tour in South Africa.
Archie looked adorable in light blue dungarees, a white top and white socks.
The couple visited the family to learn more about the work of The Tutu and Leah Legacy Foundation.
A video shared to Meghan and Harry's official Instagram page showed the couple proudly showing off their son to Archbishop Tutu and his daughter Theresa Thandeka Tutu.
At one point in the footage, Meghan was seen dancing with Archie - who definitely entertained the Archbishop and his daughter.
The post was captioned: "Thanks Cape Town for another impactful and memorable day! A few more highlights of this very special visit with Archbishop Desmond Tutu."
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