Meghan dazzles in white gown for Royal Reception

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Meghan has been given the nickname "Di 2" by members of the royal household because of the similarities between her and Diana, sources say.

Because no royal wedding is complete without a tiara, visitors can also take a close look at the diamond and platinum bandeau Meghan wore, originally made in 1932 and lent to the Duchess of Sussex by the queen herself. Meghan Markle has been caught with the manufacturer's label hanging off her dress. Markle, who is known to turn heads with her sartorial picks, looked rather radiant and as always, she pulled off the outfit with elan.

Earlier that day Harry and Meghan did a series of engagements in Tonga before boarding the plane to head to Sydney as they're to appear at the Australian Geographic Society Awards tonight.

The couple are now on day eleven of their 16-day royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

As the royal couple entered the event they were serenaded by a band playing John Lennon's Imagine.

Well-wishers lined the streets on the 13 kilometer (8 mile) journey into town.

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A meeting with Tonga's king and queen was followed by traditional dancing and singing at an evening party. They arrived in Tonga from Fiji, where on Thursday morning they unveiled a statue to honour Sgt. Talaiasi Labalaba, a British-Fijian war hero who died at age 30 while fighting insurgents during the 1972 Battle of Mirbat in Oman.

Kensington Palace announced on the eve of the tour that Meghan was expecting a baby next spring.

On an official visit to the University of the South Pacific, Meghan gave a speech promoting education and women's rights.

The couple will stay in Sydney for two nights before traveling to New Zealand.

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