Meghan and Harry are wearing matching bracelets in Africa, and they have a special meaning
This is so sweet.
As we all know, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are currently on an official royal tour in Africa.
The royal couple, along with their baby son, started their Royal Tour of Africa at a township just outside of Cape Town today.
And while everyone was oohing and awwing at the couple (and Meghan's outfits!), eagle-eyed royal fans spotted something pretty cool.
Meghan and Harry were wearing matching bracelets while they visited Nyanga, to learn more about the Justice Desk - a human rights organisation supported by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust.
Nyanga, which is just outside of Cape Town, is known as the country’s “murder capital” after recording more murders - 289 - than any other police precinct in 2018/19.
They both wore red and white beaded bracelets bearing the word 'Justice', a nod to the charity they're visiting.
How cute is that?
Justice Desk is a charity that is supported by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, which has Harry as its president and Meghan as vice-president.
So it's fairly close to their hearts.
During their visit Meghan and Harry watched a workshop that teaches children about their rights, self-awareness and safety and provides self-defence classes and female empowerment training to young girls in the community.
During the visit, Meghan gave a speech, where she said:
"When women are empowered the entire community flourishes. You are all powerful."