Meghan Markle’s hair turns heads after University of Johannesburg students welcome her with hoots


Meghan Markle’s hair turns heads after University of Johannesburg students welcome her with hoots

Today in royal news, Meghan Markle’s hair becomes the talk of the town. Yes, you read it right, her hair has caught everyone’s attention. It all happened when the Duchess of Sussex made her way to the University of Johannesburg to participate in a round table discussion on access to higher education. The former Suits actress is in Africa on a royal tour. As part of her royal engagements, Meghan made her way to the international university looking radiant as ever.

While she is on the tour with her husband Prince Harry and her baby boy Archie, Meghan’s recent outing was sans the other two royal members. For her solo outing, Meghan stepped into the campus sporting a short sleeveless double-breasted trench dress by Banana Republic. As we were admiring the Duchess’s outfit, a gush of air entangled in Meghan’s hair and served as a breath-taking moment for royal fans. The moment was caught on camera. She looks like a diva in the photo.

The heartwarming sight came moments after she walked into the campus amidst loud cheers and hoots. Students of the university gathered near the point Meghan was to step out from her car and began cheering for the Duchess. The cheerful welcome brought a huge smile on Meghan’s face. She waved at the students as she made her way into the campus. Daily Mail reports the University of Johannesburg’s vice-chancellor Tshilidzi Marwala was all praise for the royal family member. He hailed Meghan for inspiring women “partly because she is black.”

The Royal Sussex’s Instagram account shared pictures from her visit and wrote, “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.”

Meghan and Harry are on the last leg of their 10-day tour of Africa. Harry is currently in Malawi and is expected to finish his royal engagements today. He will head back to South Africa to join his wife and son.