Meghan Markle pays tribute to murdered college student in South Africa

Washington: As Prince Harry continues to complete his impending work in Angola, Meghan Markle who is in South Africa with her son Archie visited a memorial to pay tribute to a murdered college student.

The Duchess of Susses, who has remained in the area made a private visit to the Cape Town memorial of Uyinene Mrwetyana, to pay tribute to the 19-year-old student of the University of Cape Town who was raped and murdered, allegedly by a post office worker, reported People.

The student went missing in late August and her death was confirmed in September.

“Having closely followed the tragic story, it was a personal gesture [Meghan] wanted to make,” her spokesperson confirmed with the outlet.

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Meghan visited the memorial at the Clareinch Post Office, where Mrwetyana died. The 38-year-old Duchess of Sussex paid tribute by leaving a handwritten message which read: “Harry & Meghan 26th September 2019.” In addition, she wrote, “We stand together in this situation.”

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