Meghan Markle made the most relatable fashion faux pas while arriving in Tonga

By Jessica Pollack

Fans would agree that Meghan Markle's royal tour wardrobe has been a feast for the eyes, from the bright colours she's worn on the islands of Fiji and Tonga to her sleek monochromatic looks in Australia. But the mom-to-be proved she's just like us when she arrived in Tonga with the tag still on her Self-Portrait dress, a rare fashion faux pas for the style icon. The card was spotted hanging just below the skirt's hemline as Meghan walked down the stairs of the plane.

Oops! Meghan left the tag on her Self-Portrait dress. Photo: © Getty Images

It's unclear whether the Duchess of Sussex was planning on returning the dress or if her stylist just forgot to remove the tag on the stunning midi design, which would be a beautiful addition to the 37-year-old's enviable wardrobe. The cherry-hued number, which pays tribute to the colour of Tonga's flag, is Self-Portrait's red embroidered midi dress, which retails for $640 (£380.00) and features a belted waist and pleated panels in the flared skirt. Even a little tag can't take away from a dress this beautiful!

The duchess's little faux pas couldn't ruin this gorgeous look! Photo: © Getty Images

Meghan accessorized the look with her favourite Manolo Blahnik BB heels in navy and a sweet matching Christian Dior clutch with a bee on the clasp, which retails for just over $1000. She previously carried a similar clutch at the RAF Centenary celebrations in July, where she also wore an elegant Dior dress. This also wasn't the first time the royal has worn Self-Portrait, a London label that's beloved by celebrities and royals alike. She previously wore a printed green Self-Portrait dress with a black blazer on top to an Invictus Games event in April.

Meghan and Harry looked incredible for the evening reception in Tonga. Photo: © Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan changed for a third time as they rounded out their first day in the third country on their 16-day royal tour, attending a welcome reception and dinner with Tonga's King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau-u. While her husband wore a dapper black tuxedo, Meghan slipped into a white column gown by Theia with fluttering cap sleeves embellished with silver beaded appliques and a very special accessory - Princess Diana's stunning aquamarine cocktail ring, which Meghan first wore to her evening wedding reception.

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