Meghan Markle won the people and headlines with her recent royal visit to the South Africa’s first and oldest mosque, Auwul, in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with their four-and-half-months old, son Archie were on a royal tour.
The Duchess, 38, for the first time in public wore a cream head scarf and olive green long dress showed complete respect to the Islamic culture.
Humbly sitting on the mosque floor, the royal couple also sat down and spoke to the common people around them.
Markle’s gesture of respecting the Islamic culture reminds of Harry’s late mother Diana, Princess of Wales, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen when she visited the Al Azhar mosque in Cairo, Egypt, in 1992.
Wearing a headscarf, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge visits the Assyakirin Mosque, which is the biggest in Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpu.