Meghan’s visit to Fiji market cut short over ‘security risk’

The Duchess of Sussex's visit to a market in Suva to meet vendors was cut short owing to a "security risk".

Meghan was due to spend 15 minutes at the Suva Municipal Market to learn about Markets for Change, a UN Women's project which promotes female empowerment.

However, the Duchess only spent around six minutes at the venue.

She was flanked by security and her personal protection officer throughout the visit to the hot and humid indoor market.

Kensington Palace blamed large crowds for her premature departure.

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