In pictures: Harry and Meghan enjoy a day of Fijian culture

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were immersed in Fijian culture on the second day of their visit to the country.

As Meghan got hands-on helping to make a traditional breakfast dish before a quick visit to a local market, Harry headed to the Colo-I-Suva Forest Reserve and planted an indigenous Dakua tree.

The duke sported a blue Bula shirt for the occasion, while Meghan donned a pink maxi-dress by Figue.

The Duchess of Sussex attended a morning tea at the British High Commissioner’s Residence
The Duchess of Sussex attended a morning tea at the British High Commissioner’s Residence
The duchess got involved with making lote, a traditional Fijian dish
The duchess got involved with making lote, a traditional Fijian dish
Meghan was spotted carrying a woven bag made by Fijian women
Meghan was spotted carrying a woven bag made by Fijian women
Harry was given a warm welcome to the University of the South Pacific
Harry was given a warm welcome to the University of the South Pacific
Harry and Meghan were presented with garlands during their visit
Harry and Meghan were presented with garlands during their visit
The couple were also treated to dance performances during their visit
The couple were also treated to dance performances during their visit
Crowds were out in force to catch a glimpse of the royal couple
Crowds were out in force to catch a glimpse of the royal couple
In the forest, Harry planted a tree using a spade used by Queen Elizabeth II on her visit to Fiji in 1953
In the forest, Harry planted a tree using a spade used by Queen Elizabeth II on her visit to Fiji in 1953
Meghan made her first speech of the royal tour at the University of the South Pacific
Meghan made her first speech of the royal tour at the University of the South Pacific
She later visited Suva Market
She later visited Suva Market