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2019-10-08T17:35:42-03:00 08 octubre, 2019, a las 17:35Publicado por: Pablo Cabeza

La tierna razón por la que Meghan Markle lució solo vestidos 'camiseros' en su gira por Sudáfrica

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Hace algunos días concluyó el viaje a Sudáfrica de Meghan Markle y el príncipe Harry, el cual obviamente no estuvo exento de críticas, sobre todo por la reciente demanda judicial que entablaron los duques contra el medio británico Mail on Sunday.

No obstante, uno de los aspectos que siempre llama la atención en la exactriz es la elección de sus atuendos, puesto que en esta ocasión se cambió varias veces de ropa pero las elecciones estuvieron lejos de alcanzar un valor tan estratosférico como las que tuvo en su gira del año pasado por Oceanía.

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En esta ocasión, la atención estuvo centrada en el estilo de sus vestidos, pues por lo general todos fueron de estilo o corte camisero. Desde el vestido azul que lució en su primera jornada hasta el que usó para despedirse del país, en la cita que tuvo con el presidente de Sudáfrica y su esposa.

En total fueron siete diseños con cinturón y botones en el frente de las prendas, por lo que varios se preguntaron si existía alguna razón particular para repetir el estilo, y de acuerdo al sitio británico Express, sí la hay ¡Y es adorable!

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Happy Heritage Day South Africa! 🇿🇦 • Today we are celebrating the great diversity of cultures, beliefs and traditions that make up the rainbow nation. Bo Kaap streets filled with colour and music while Their Royal Highnesses were welcomed to one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods in Cape Town. The area has seen inter-community tension rise over the last few years, yet days like today show how faith, traditions, food and music bring people together, and celebrate the things that unite each and every one of us. The Duke and Duchess are so happy to have been invited to the festivities in Bo Kaap today, and were overwhelmed by the amazing welcome. #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica • Photo ©️ photos PA images / SussexRoyal

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Lo anterior porque el motivo tendría que ver con Archie Harrison y su alimentación. Y es que el pequeño tiene apenas cinco meses, por lo que la lactancia materna es su única alimentación y evidentemente una pieza de ropa que se pueda abrir en el frente es lo más fácil y cómodo para amamantar.

Además, Meghan también reconoció sentirse afortunada y agradecida de que todos los compromisos reales de la gira se hayan organizado en torno a la alimentación de su retoño, pues en estos momentos para ella lo más importante es la tranquilidad y comodidad de Archie.

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While in Johannesburg today, The Duchess of Sussex visited Victoria Yards, which celebrates the power of community, bringing local artisans and “makers” together to rebuild, support and learn from each other on a holistic level. It was an exceptional afternoon where The Duchess had the chance to connect with the children and founders of the phenomenal programme for kids’ development Timbuktu in The Valley. She was also struck by the local denim designer who founded eponymous brand Tshepo who shared this info about the logo for his line: “The crown on my jeans represents the three ladies who raised me. Enjoy wearing this crown.” Such a beautiful and touching sentiment! Artists, artisans, sculptors, metal workers and carpenters are all part of the fabric of Victoria Yards, but it also utilizes the power of The DICE programme which supports several other local organisations in their work with marginalised youth and women. These include: 94 Colours (run by The Duchess’ guides for the day, Hector and Sibusiso), CDP (a development programme for young unemployed and marginalised women that provides training to start creative enterprises), Enke (rebuilds the confidence and self-belief of unemployed youth through training and practical experience), 26’10 South (an architecture firm designing a local youth centre) and ReimagiNation (works with local secondary school students to create a social and creative enterprising mindset). Stay tuned for more updates from this special afternoon… #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica

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This morning, The Duchess of Sussex went back to college! Joining students and educators at The University of Johannesburg The Duchess was able to announce a new series of gender grants from the Association of Commonwealth Universities, of which she is patron. She was also able to announce four new scholarships to help students study in different commonwealth countries, allowing cross cultural understanding and an opportunity to deepen their educational studies abroad. One of the recipients of these grants shared his story of growing up on farmland in Kenya, where he paid for his education trading vegetables to cover schooling costs (cauliflower leaves to be exact!) He is now doing a research study on carcinogens in his country, its link to cancer – his work is helping to change practices and to save lives. The Duchess was so moved by the work being done across the education sector and to talk with such like-minded thinkers about the importance of access to education and the support needed internally. When the round table discussion this morning moved to the challenges faced in this sector and how daunting it can all seem, The Duchess said, “Sometimes access to education can seem so big, you wonder where to even begin? So you begin with one student, or one school, you simply begin. And that’s when we see change.” She continued by referencing a Martin Luther King Jr quote: “Take the first step… you don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” Since @the_acu_official Gender Grants were launch in 2016, 28 universities in 17 countries have benefited with a minimum of 600 beneficiaries participating in workshops supported by the grants. #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica Photo ©️ PA images

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