Meghan Markle's first solo engagement in Fiji did not go according to plan.
While Prince Harry visited a native forest on Wednesday, Meghan visited a market to meet with female sellers who welcomed their special guest cheers and thunderous applause.
The expectant mother was on the Suva market to attend to experience a UN women's project "Markets for Change" that promotes the empowerment of women in marketplaces throughout the South Pacific.
Meghans The tour was canceled due to crowd management issues, a representative of the Associated Press's Kensington Palace said.
Meghan was to spend up to 20 minutes in the marketplace, but the Royal Mother was only there for less than 20 minutes, half the time before she was run away from the large crowd she welcomed in and around the market.
Despite deciding her safety to rush out of the venue, the former actress quietly waved to the crowd as she was brought back to her car] Bei At the event, Meghan was clad in a clutch made by local women using traditional tapa fabric. She also wore her pink Figue dress, which she once wore to give a speech at the University of the South Pacific.
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Meghan has worked on global gender equality issues for the United Nations and World Vision. And she will focus on strengthening women's issues as part of her new royal duties as Duchess of Sussex.
In 2015, Meghan gave an inspiring speech on International Women's Day in partnership with UN Women. "I'm proud to be a woman and a feminist," she said.
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Early on Wednesday, Meghan delivered her first royale tour to students and staff of the University of the South Pacific. Meghan and Harry were there to observe cultural performance on the effects of climate change before studying students from agriculture to women's development.
When Meghan confidently stood on the podium and wore traditional garlands, she shared her own college experience with the traditional greeting: "Bula vinaka!"
"As a college graduate, I know the personal sense of pride and excitement that comes with attending university," she began. "From the moment you receive your acceptance card to the exams you spend countless nights, the lifelong friendships you make with your fellow students, until the moment you receive your diploma, is the Making Higher Education an Unbelievable, Effective and Decisive Factor "
" I am also fully aware of the challenges that I can afford to ensure this level of education for many people around the world, including myself.  Meghan Markle gives a speech "title =" Meghan Markle gives a speech "/>
Meghan Markle delivered a speech
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