Modest Meghan Markle wears a white headscarf and khaki shirt-dress as she arrives at Auwal Mosque with Prince Harry – The Sun

MEGHAN Markle cut a modest figure as she and Prince Harry arrived at Auwal Mosque in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Duchess of Sussex was the epitome of elegance in a full-length khaki shirt dress as she and the Duke arrived hand in hand to visit the religious building.

And mindful of being respectful, Meg, 38, covered her glossy locks with a simple cream headscarf for her visit.

She shunned high-glamour heels in favour of a simple pair of cream coloured ballet pumps, costing £85 by US designer Sam Edelman.

Harry, meanwhile, looked typically dapper in a cream blazer and matching pants as he accompanied his wife into the mosque.

The couple spent time looking at the first known manuscript of the Qu'ran before meeting with different faith groups at the place of worship.

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Earlier today, Meghan opted for a more casual ensemble as she recycled her favourite denim jacket that she has been pictured in back in 2017, and has worn it with a white shirt, skinny jeans and flats.

Today, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are starting off the day with a visit to the beach to met Waves for Change – a charity that works with surfers to provide mental health support for youngsters.

The mum-of-one’s denim jacket is the Madewell Jean Jacket in Pinter Wash, that can be bought for £111.

She was previously seen in the jacket in 2017, and has proved she is a fan of wearing clothes again, after recycling a blue dress she wore on her Australian tour yesterday.

Meghan is wearing black jeans, paired with tan-coloured flat shoes by Brother Vellies Huaraches, which cost £156.

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The shoes are handmade by local artisans in countries including South Africa, Kenya and Morocco using techniques and styles passed down from generation to generation.

Meghan carried a £74 Madewell medium Transport Tote bag in khaki-coloured British Surplus.

Keeping it casual, she also has sunglasses hooked onto the front of her shirt – while trying to keep her hair under control in the blustery winds.

The glasses appear to be her Le Specs Bandwagon pair that she has in a black tort-khaki mono colour, which can be picked up for £55.

She was previously seen in the sunglasses as she cheered on Serena Williams at Wimbledon this year. 

She has reworn her £482.46 diamond and turquoise earrings from Jennifer Meyer from yesterday, along with her Hamsa necklace, which is said to bring "luck, fertility and good fortune."

This is Meghan’s fourth look of the 10-day trip so far.

Yesterday, Meghan arrived for her first engagement at the Nyanga Township in Cape Town in a patterned wrap dress made from sustainable African label Mayamiko, which costs £69.

She finished the look off with £80 black espadrilles from Castaner.

For her second engagement at the District Six Museum, she wore a beautiful £465 sky blue shirt-dress by Veronica Beard.

She had previously worn the blue dress during a visit to Tonga when she was three months pregnant last October.

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And after a number of public appearances with Harry, mum Meghan is expected to stay in Johannesburg with Archie while Harry goes to Botswana, Angola and Malawi.

As part of the tour, Harry will also meet a British military unit who are working alongside the local rangers to help combat the threat of the illegal wildlife trade in Malawi.

The new dad will also make a "significant and poignant" trip to Angola to see his mum Princess Diana's legacy, who helped raise awareness for the threat posed by landmines in 1997.

The palace said that while Harry is eager to "support young people across Africa to reach their potential", wife Meghan will also be "working with organisations to promote women's education, health, entrepreneurship and leadership".

The couple are also expected to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mrs Tutu at their legacy foundation.

They will also speak with Grace Machel, the widow of the late President Nelson Mandela, before the tour finishes on October 2.

Meghan last week dazzled in £8,900 Valentino dress as she arrived with Harry for pal Misha Nonoo’s lavish Italian wedding.

We also revealed Princess Charlotte’s hair flip was hailed the "cutest thing ever" as she arrived for her first day of school.

And we showed you Meghan's tribute to Vogue photographer Peter Lindbergh following his death at 74.

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