EVERYONE was blinded by the beautiful white dress Meghan Markle had worn last night for a dinner and reception in Tonga.
But the designer has just revealed something much more interesting about the garment.
The Duchess of Sussex wore a floor-length, white dress with silver beadwork from evening wear brand Theia for a special evening reception on her first night in Tonga.
Don O'Neill, 52, affirmed that the Duchess "loved" the dress, but demanded it contain "additional seam allowance" .
The change request was made two weeks before the pregnancy became public on October 15, suggesting that they knew well in advance that a king might have been on the way.
We immediately knew why that extra serving was needed, but Mum is the word, "said the designer MailOnline .
The royal couple looked again ready to go down the hall, with Prince Harry one black tuxedo he ran beside his wife
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Maybe you also missed the second recall of their glamorous royal wedding – an aquamarine ring from the princess' jewelry collection Diana, whom Meghan wore in homage to her mother-in-law.
The ring, presumably a gift from Prince Harry, was created by Asprey in 1997. It has an emerald cut and small solitaire diamonds and is set in 24ct yellow gold.
The Duchess wore the ring for the first time during her royal wedding so it only seemed fitting to wear her for another marriage
Kensington Palace announced on the 15th October Meghan's pregnancy ended the days of speculation. They are expecting a baby in Britain's spring, which will start on March 20th and last until June 21st.
ROYALS SAY FAREWELL TO TONGA
Meghan and Harry Say Goodbye The King and Queen of Tonga
Locals sang in the background as Meghan and Harry sang themselves from King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau adopted.
The Royal are now on their way back to Sydney in front of the Australian Geographic Society Awards tonight
Megan Markles and Prince Harry have their Tonga during the last day of their life.
-Tour the clothes changed for their QCC rainforest reserve run.
The Duchess wore a half-length, sky blue dress of the American brand Veronica Beard with rolled sleeves. She also wore a necklace with a deep blue stone in the middle.
Prince Harry wore a navy blue shirt in beige chinos.
The couple visited Tupou College to unveil a dedication from the Commonwealth Canopy and Prince Harry delivered a speech to commemorate the occasion.
"My wife and I are pleased to be here today to mark the dedication of not one, but two woodlands to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy Initiative, which will be held in 2015 in honor of my grandmother's lifetime service to the Commonwealth." , he said.
"Tonga sets a good example and deeply understands the impact of environmental changes because it directly affects these islands, planting trees and preserving forests helps us in many ways."
"It's a simple but effective way Restoring and repairing the environment, purifying the air, protecting the habitat and improving our health and wellbeing. "
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex On the second day of their tour of Tonga, they wore beautiful flower garlands and red-cream skirts at the Faelon Convention Center] Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended an exhibition of local Tongan handicrafts, mats and tapa cloths.
The royal couple went hand in hand in hand to see the handicrafts on the last day of their visit to Tonga.
Their skirts are you become traditional l is a sign of respect for higher ranks.
Shortly before, they saw a beautiful solo dance – known as Ta ulunga – at a National Youth Event at the Oemlua Convention Center.
Earlier this morning, Meghan and Harry arrived at St. George's Government Building to meet with Prime Minister Tonga, Akilisi Pohiva, and other Cabinet Ministers.
The Duchess beamed in a striped forest green-and-white Martin Grant dress – the second she wore the Australian designer on her 16-day tour of the South Pacific.
She matched the dress with matching green Manolo Blahnik pumps and a beige Prada clutch. The duchess also wore Pave Cubiz cubic zirconia earrings and tied her hair in an elegant ponytail.
Prince Harry looked sharp as always for the meeting in a blue-gray suit, with suede boots and a light blue tie] The couple will later say goodbye to King Tupou VI.
Later that evening, Meghan and Harry return to Sydney to open the Australian Geographic Society Awards.
MEGHAN'S TRAINING FESTIVAL TO DIANA  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stunned royal fans during an evening reception and dinner in the Royal Palace of Tonga last night.
The royal couple met King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau for a special dinner.
They also met Pita Taufatofua, the Tongan Taekwondo practitioner who viralized about his shirtless appearance at the opening of the 2016 Summer Olympics.
"What a night! It was an honor to meet Prince Harry, Meghan and their amazing team," he wrote in an Instagram post this morning.