Pregnant Meghan Markle cries tears of joy in Tonga
PREGNANT Meghan Markle cried tears of laughter after schoolkids in Tonga sang a comedy song about mosquitoes today.
The mum-to-be was pictured in hysterics as The Tupou College Boys’ choir used flying actions, buzzing noises and finger clicks to serenade her and husband Harry.
The couple – who were there to dedicate two of the school’s rainforest tracts to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy – were entertained by the song to ward of mosquitoes.
Harry later visited Tuloa forest alone because of the Zika virus risk to pregnant Meghan.
Tonga is rated as a moderate risk for the virus, which can be contracted through mosquito bites.
He later joined the school choir in singing ‘Swing low sweet chariot’, encouraging the crowds to sing louder.
Meghan had earlier swapped designer stripes for a dazzling blue dress as she and Prince Harry spent their final day in Tonga.
She opted for the green and white dress by Australian-born fashion designer Martin Grant before changing into the blue Veronica Beard dress for the latest leg of the couple’s royal tour.
Harry and Meghan started their Friday meeting the Tongan prime minister and his cabinet before heading to the Fa’onelua Convention Centre to look at traditional handicrafts, mats and tapa cloths.
At the Tupou College, the Sussexes dedicated two forest reserves to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy before leaving from Fua’amotu airport for Sydney.
The Duke and Duchess will then attend the Australian Geographic Society Awards at the Shangri-La Hotel.
Prince Harry said the entertainment at an official welcome reception was “very good” as he met the Tongan prime minister.
The couple were met by more than 50 civil servants wearing red and black shirts and traditional outfits as they entered the St George Government Buildings for a meeting with PM ‘Akilisi Pohiva and his cabinet.
One child held a sign saying “free hugs”, which Meghan spotted and smiled at.
The couple donned floral garlands and traditional Tongan dress as they immersed themselves in the culture of the South Pacific nation.
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