For Day 2 of the royal tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle travelled to Dubbo, a farming area in New South Wales that has been impacted by extreme drought.
The couple were greeted by well-wishers and school children as they stepped off of their private plane. After greeting fans, they travelled to the Woodley farm, owned by a family that has been farming in the area for five generations.
The Duchess arrived bearing gifts of homemade banana bread to share over tea with the family.
The Duke and Duchess dressed down for their day of rural activities, with Meghan sporting high-waisted skinny jeans from Australian brand, Outland Denim.
Outland Denim manufactures products from their ethically and environmentally sustainable facility in Cambodia, which employs women at risk of falling below the poverty line, and into the country’s rampant human and sex trafficking industry.
The jeans, which retail for $250 have experienced the Markle-effect and sold-out online within a matter of hours.
Here’s hoping Meghan puts more socially responsible brands and organisations on the map!
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