Duchess Meghan got a Nigerian name & wore Frame jeans, Hermes sneakers

Here are some photos from the Invictus Games on Wednesday, the afternoon session. The Duchess of Sussex did a wardrobe change and she switched up her hair a little bit. At one point, it was done, then it was up in a chignon, then during the basketball game, she did a cute half-up, half-down look. The event was the wheelchair basketball final between Team USA versus Team France.

Meghan’s afternoon look was great and very chic – slim-cut pants and a sleeveless top, both in black. The jeans are from Frame, her black heels are Aquazzura (Meg loves some Aquazzura) and her diamond earrings are from Luna Skye (the Luna Skye earrings might have been worn earlier in the day, just FYI). At some point, Meghan removed her Aquazzuras and put on a pair of Hermes sneakers. I didn’t even know Hermes made sneakers, but there you go. They cost $790 and they’re very cute.

Also: you might have noticed that Meghan is only wearing her wedding band and what looks like an eternity band, but her three-stone engagement ring has been MIA. According to People’s sources (someone at Archewell, surely), Meghan’s engagement ring is “currently being serviced because a setting came loose.” I would also accept “she doesn’t feel comfortable traveling internationally with her most sentimental and important piece of jewelry.”

Meanwhile, Team Nigeria announced that they’ve given Meghan a traditional Nigerian name. Her new Nigerian name is: Amira Ngozi Lolo! Amira means “warrior princess,” Ngozi means “blessed” and Lolo means “royal wife.” That about covers it!

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  1. Flowerlake says:

    Instagram is on fire with amazing pictures of them. I encourage everyone here to engage on official accounts, showing your love for both the games and our favorite couple.

    Love how she is loved in Nigeria.

    • swaz says:

      Beautiful photographs 😍 I spent way too much time on Instagram yesterday 😍

    • Wendy says:


    • Waitwhat says:

      What are the official accounts?? I will happily go like and follow them!

      • Flowerlake says:

        @weareinvictusgames is the main one.
        Most recent pic is of Harry with South Korean officials. Their country recently joined and I think I read somewhere they’re already making a bid to host.

        Then if you search for “invictus =country name=” on instagram, you can find it of whatever participating country you like 🙂 I recommend Nigeria if you’re looking for great photos of Meghan with the athletes: @invictusgamesng

        Check out the stories too. They have all kinds of great photos.

        Specifically for this year’s games: @invictusgames2023.

      • Becks1 says:

        I think there’s an @invictusgamesDE as well for the dusseldorf games themselves. There’s all sorts of accounts, my social media feed has been nothing but IG for the past week and its been amazing.

    • The Old Chick says:

      They were, I’m not on twitter so rely on insta.

      Also I mean Meghan travels first class with security, she’s not worried about being mugged. She may not want to be showing her expensive ring off especially in front of vets. Her gold jewellery, whilst costly, is subdued. Meghan has always been jewellery appropriate.

      • maisie says:

        Agree on both points. Her look has never been ostentatious per se, although it’s often (usually) luxe.

        But even WITH security, I can’t imagine she doesn’t think of Kim Kardashian’s robbery, her late mother-in-law’s unfortunate “accident” and the NY “paparazzi” chase. Best to leave that at home.

    • Missskitttin says:

      Which ig accounts?

      • Flowerlake says:

        @weareinvictusgames is the main one.
        Then if you search for “invictus =country name=” on instagram, you can find it of whatever country you like 🙂

        Check out the stories too. They have all kinds of great photos.

    • Abby says:

      Can you point me to the IG accounts? I’d love to follow too.

    • TheVolvesSeidr says:

      My twitter timeline has been nothing but the Duke & Duchess, and I LOVE IT. It’s amazing. They are so adorable.

  2. Digital Unicorn says:

    I love looking at Aquazzura shoes but if would kill myself if I wore a pair of them – I never could walk properly in heels. Maybe am just pigeoned feet or something.

    Looking good here – she has natural style.

    • MrsCope says:

      Simple, accessible, high-low cost looks. Perfect for the environment. Classy and classic. She always understands the assignment.

    • sparrow says:

      i have lost my ability to walk in heels after years of looking after kids, wearing trainers, and then working from home where i never wear shoes and walk bare foot. i’ve lost my centre-ing and balance somehow. i try and then give up. i never thought of it as a skill and assumed i’d just pick up where i left off; it sounds silly but it feels like i’ve lost a part of my identity pre kids. Having flat feet, heels were a blessing and i ran around in them all the time, always picking them over flats.. Has anyone on here ever gone back to wearing heels after years of not? i understand you can re learn? Being very tall i don’t need mega high heels, but 2/3 nches were nice.

      • Becks1 says:

        I had to stop wearing heels because of bone spurs (the pressure on the ball of my foot hurts too much) and so its been almost a decade since I’ve worn anything over 3 inches. And when I wear 3 inch “heels,” they’re not high heels – they’re booties with block heels that provide more support and help my balance more. So that may be a good starting point for you @sparrow. I also time my heels-wearing to events where I know I’m going to be sitting or have the option to sit, lol. Like I’ll wear low heels to the theater for example, because I’m going to sit for 3 hours and watch a musical.

        But I do miss wearing high heels occasionally just because I feel they can really elevate some looks and I’m over here with my bone spurs and plantar fasciitis thinking……”well, these flats are almost the same thing.” 🤣🤣🤣

      • Emf999 says:

        I’ve got flat feet too and they look awful in ballet flats. I was so stressed when my company announce RTO/hybrid because I’d spent over two years running around in Teva flip flops and I could wear none of my work shoes. I’m finally able to wear a few 2-3 inch heels but it was quite a process and the days of wearing heels comfortably all day are over. I had such nice shoes too 🙁

      • JanetDR says:

        Me too on bone spurs. Apparently my body is on high alert and I have grown some doozies with just a couple of hours in the wrong pair of shoes. Acupuncture helped greatly with pain*, but the spurs remain. The last time I tried heels it was my knees that complained. Real support is key and Vionic and Drew make shoes and boots that work for me. And Teva sandals.
        Meghan looks amazing! I love her Nigerian name and everything about her learning more about the origin of her family.
        *Usually you get a little tingle with acupuncture, but when I said go for it with my big heel spur, it was an electric shock from the needle shooting up to the top of my head and it’s never hurt again!

      • Lorelei says:

        @Sparrow, same, I used to wear heels every day — running all around the city, up and down the subway stairs — but stopped when I was pregnant and have never been able to go back. I miss them so much! I wish I’d continued wearing them at least occasionally, but now it’s just too hard. I loved my heels 😭

      • sparrow says:

        i’ve posted a “thanks” for everyone’s fab advice lower down the thread – apologies, i’m not the best at posting in the right place and it seems to have landed there. Lorelei you have captured my sadness completely – why oh why didn’t i just put some on every now and then, during a me moment, and walk around the kitchen. Like you, i used to run for trains and up and down stairs in my heels. Thought it was like riding a bike – turns out it wasn’t. Not a huge issue at all in the scheme of things but a bugger nonetheless. And it’s a bugger also in that spent a fortune on some isabel marant heels for a wedding and nearly fell flat on my face as we left the house. There have been great replies and suggestions, and i’m going to give them a go.

    • Jk says:

      I’ve never been able to walk gracefully in heels even though my feet are the right “shape” for heels. I can’t stand the click clack sound either. I always wondered if expensive designer shoes were more comfortable and made less noise. I’m super embarrassed by how noisy it is when I walk in heels.

      • Hannah Young says:

        Not all, but my high quality designer high heels are definitely more comfortable. They have more stability, better balance and distribution of weight. I always get a thin rubber half soles put on all of my high heels – they protect my leather soles from water damage, gives a bit of extra grip, reduces the clacking sound and extends the wear of my shoes. The problem is that there aren’t many cobblers left who can do this simple task well. Anyone can glue it on, but to make it look nice with clean, unobtrusive edges have been hard to find.

        It used to be that (in the 80s and 90s) even brands like Etienne Aigner and Nine West made all leather heels, with leather lining and leather soles, and leather wrapped heels or real wood stacked heels but nowadays even designer shoes don’t have the material or craftsmanship.

      • Abby says:

        I’m here to report that Christian Louboutins, despite being super expensive, are the most uncomfortable shoes I’ve ever worn. I have loved his shoes for a long time and I own two pair, but they are the least wearable shoes I own.

        When I got them, my husband was like, since they’re so expensive they must be really comfortable right? no. no. They are for walking into a room and sitting down. LOL

      • Lux says:

        @Abby, I too had Louboutins that I subsequently sold because they were so uncomfortable. But I researched and got smarter—Louboutins, Chanel, Jimmy Choos and Manolos are great for people with narrow feet. Mine are wide so Aquazzura, Miu Miu and Roger Vivier (and some Valentinos) work well for me. When it comes to high heels, forget the trends and continue to buy from brands that work for you (as Meghan clearly knows).

        Sadly, since having kids, I never wear anything over 3 inches tall, but the same brands all make amazing flats. That’s where I’m at ATM 😉

      • Abby says:

        @Lux, I chalked it up to maybe I got slightly too-small sizes thinking they would stretch, but they haven’t and I don’t want to stretch them. I’d like to sell the ones I have and get some more wearable ones in the RIGHT size. They’re really sentimental to me though (one pair I got at Neiman’s with my husband’s late grandmother who was a personal shopper there–and I used a week of my then-job’s PTO rolled into cash to buy them, the other pair I got at the flagship store on an anniversary trip to Paris) but I literally can’t wear them, despite trying my best.

        I now want to try the aquazurra heels though. They look so beautiful and classy!

    • TikiChica says:

      I have a pair of gold aquazzura sandals. They’re mid high heel (2.9 inches) and extremely comfortable and easy to wear. I love them.

      • Isa says:

        I’ve got some Fred flintstone feet and heels hurt after 30 minutes. I wish I could be one of those women that wear them. Looking at the photos with how much standing and probably walking I would’ve opted for the sneakers from the get go.

    • Veronica S. says:

      Ironically, she’s probably had to wear them enough to have the opposite problem – her foot has adjusted to the angle and feels more comfortable with some lift. Took me several years for my feet to readjust to flats after many years in heels.

      The trick to high heels is strong calves and a straight back. All of your balance goes down that narrow line for support.

    • The Old Chick says:

      I fractured my back in multiple places and they have severe arthritis and other complications (I’m avoiding surgery because it can make it worse) and now I’m getting arthritis is feet and hands. I also have balance issues from the fractures. Means sneakers are my friend

      • Lady D says:

        You will forever have my sympathy, Old Chick. I have arthritis in both thumbs and the pain is insane some days. I cannot imagine it all through my back. I hope you find some peace from the pain.

      • BeanieBean says:

        @The Old Chick: I’m right there with you, albeit for a slightly different reason. I used to be a shoe fiend, loved loved loved high heels, but— Turns out I have a progressive hereditary neuropathy & it’s been well over 20 years since I even owned any heels. Donated ’em all to Goodwill once it became apparent I couldn’t wear them any more. Plus, with little to no strength in the top of my feet, I need shoes securely fastened to my feet.

        What does that leave me with? Ye ol’ sneaker. I’m always on the lookout for a comfortable, stylish, dare I even say ‘cute’ sneaker. Meghan’s given me some ideas! Vejas are nice, Cariuma Ibis work for me, but I cannot tell you how bummed I was to see that Meghan’s supercute sneakers were Hermes. Desolee! These are way out of my price range. Sigh. I’ll scour eBay, see what I can find.

    • Demona says:

      Everytime the Aquazurra shoes are mentioned I feel like it’s some kind of magical item from Warcraft, magic heels that must give you +10 on the ability to wear them without pain. I stopped wearing heels when I was 24 and those were chunky platforms too not these mythical ultrathin unicorn horns that would 100% kill me in 5 minutes

      • Lorelei says:

        The Aquazurras actually come in two heights— Meghan (and now Kate, lol) both wear the higher one, but if you want shoes like Meghan (which I do!) the lower height looks a lot more doable. A little higher than kitten heels, but nowhere near as high as M’s.

    • Isabella says:

      I have flat, wide feet too. Taos has cute sneakers, which I love after years of trying to find a solution. I like the Star, which comes in white. I also have the Star denim with side zippers. Easy to get on and off. The Stars are only $79 right now and (IMHO) are as cute as the Guccis. Which, of course, I would also love. Perfect for travel.

  3. Persephone says:

    Love ❤️ the Nigerian name. It suits her.
    Btw I really want those sneakers.

  4. Cel2495 says:

    Meg is so pretty and has great posture !

    I love seeing these pictures and how happy they both look but above all , how happy all the veterans and their families are! Great job!

  5. Booboochile says:

    My goodness…if this young lady keeps this up….salty island might spontaneously combust…or Pierce Morgan may commit harakiri…lol…best revenge is living well and looking gorgeous.

  6. Em says:

    They’re a very attractive couple

    • Iolanthe says:

      This girl has totally saved her Prince . He is cherished and looks healthy and happy ..she scooped him out of that hell hole and nurtured him. William should have been so lucky ..what a difference it would have made. This is something Kate cannot copy ..the way these two are with each other . Soul mates

      • The Old Chick says:

        Good to know you think H doesn’t have a brain in his head. Hadn’t started multiple charities in his 20s, been to war twice, done therapy to fix his massive trauma – before he met M. As he has said multiple times. Great that you simply ascribe everything to Meghan.. You’re not a fan, you’re deranged. These comments are absurd and offensive.

      • Isabella says:

        William would’ve been a terrible husband to Meghan. He is a terrible person.

  7. UnstrungPearl says:

    She looks stunning!! This is actually one of my fave outfits ever on her. Simple, classic, elegant and also flexible – dress up or down. Would totally wear this myself.
    Most of all she looks happy and relaxed, which elevates any outfit.
    I LOVE IT.

    • Jais says:

      Yeah, this is actually how I dress in real life. Black jeans. Black top. In the winter, black boots😂. It is flexible. There was a pic on SM of Meghan wearing a white blazer over the top so that’s probably when she changed from the sneakers into heels. Think they had a meeting with sponsors between events.

    • Whyforthelove says:

      I agree this outfit is fantastic. Her arms are @goals, but the outfit is comfy and classy. She and Harry look happy and so so unbothered. I love it!

  8. Ameerah M says:

    We have the same name! Ameerah is Arabic and has multiple spellings – Amira being one of them. It means Princess/High Born in Arabic. I guess the meaning has been slightly changed in Nigerian but it’s beautiful and maybe I will now just say my names means Warrior princess instead of just Princess lol

  9. Abby says:

    I love her style. I commend her for wearing those very high heels but also looking beautiful in tennis shoes.

    I just love her Nigerian name! 😍

  10. North of Boston says:

    I completely teared up reading the part about Meghan’s Nigerian name.

    For her and about her.

    What a lovely gesture and honor from the Nigerian team! And such a fitting and beautiful name. They saw her, and they saw what she fought through and not only survived but thrived, and how she continued and continues to do good works for others through all of it.

    She must be so thrilled. It probably means as much or more to her than any HRH.

    • SussexWatcher says:

      Same. The Nigerian name is so beautiful and fitting. I just love how the team has embraced her. And the name gave me the same feels as when she was gifted the Māori Korowai cloak for protection.

      I love how everyone at the IG have been asking about her (before she arrived) and wanting pictures with her.

    • Christine says:

      I can’t help it, the Nigerian teams’ exuberance in accepting Meghan as one of their own makes me cry every single time. This is how it always should have been, for Madam Duchess.

  11. Becks1 says:

    She wore the sneakers to swimming and then switched to the heels for basketball. I love how she made some slight changes to her look (heels, changed her hair) between events.

    I am LOVING the Nigerian team. Their excitement and energy at meeting Meghan and Harry was amazing. They have been so fun and uplifting to watch.

    I also love how Harry seems to have forgotten he’s the hostage and is keeping M in his sights/hands at all times, LOL. Someone clearly forgot to tell them about their “brand separation.”

    • MsIam says:

      Are you telling me that “senior LA media person” was WRONG about the imminent divorce? Shocking! I guess they will be frantically searching for the next false narrative about House Sussex.

    • The Old Chick says:

      Yep it looked like watching a round match. She switched to heels for the medal round given she was presenting

  12. Jais says:

    I am living for the hair changes throughout the day. Meghan is giving us content. The messy updo with the tendrils was stunning. She looked beautiful. But then she gave us the half updo and then all the hair back down. And I’m here for the all black look. I need a new pair of black jeans and so now I’m eyeing the frame jeans.

    • UnstrungPearl says:

      I read that she’s doing her own hair and make up this week, not sure how accurate that is, but regardless I really like what she’s doing. It’s so simple but elegant and flattering, and crucially it’s appropriate to the event she’s attending.

    • Lorelei says:

      @Jais, same, I love getting multiple looks each day! And she looks fabulous in every single one.

  13. Chloe if says:

    Meghan does know how to make a simple outfit look chique. The hermes sneakers are super cute and I loved the chignon she had in. I hope to see that hairstyle more because if really frames her face well. She looked like a doll

  14. Cassie says:

    I love seeing how happy they are together , how well they work together and how loved they are ,
    No matter how many vile , evil lies are written about them they just get on with life ,
    Just an inspiring love story .

  15. She looks great!! She glows from the inside out and someone who shall remain nameless Can’t copy that.

  16. Z says:

    She looked stunning throughout the day and Harry was beaming by her side. I’m so happy for them

  17. MrsCope says:

    I will admit, I spent much more time on DM than usual watching the stupid articles they churned out and the meltdowns in the comments. It felt like a really nice victory lap. Adding her outfits to my Pinterest board for sure!

    • Layla says:

      With The daily fail, we have to be incredibly careful because even only just giving these obsessive stalkers 15 mins brings them a whole lot of revenue

      • Chloe says:

        Agreed @layla. Only if it’s to enjoy the meltdowns. The minute you click on a headline the fail will get money from adds. Best is to avoid the dm all together.

    • Lorelei says:

      If you’re adding outfits to your Pinterest board, imagine how busy Kate is!! Multiple outfits and hairstyles each day…I hope Kate can keep up, poor thing must be exhausted after all the “work” she’s done in the past week. She’s likely been furiously shopping online during every spare moment she gets. Her carts are probably overflowing.

  18. zebz says:

    meghan’s hair in the french twist is one of the best hair looks she has ever done. it looked so beautiful and pulled together, but undone at the same time. her hair and makeup has been amazing this trip. especially since she has been doing it all herself. she has given us a variety of looks without over doing it or being overly dressed up. also i’m dying to know her lipstick and liner combo! a matte lip will never go out of style.

    • Jais says:

      I’ve been wanting her to drop the lipstick color forever. People have given lots of guesses of what it could be but I want the definitive answer😂. And yeah the chignon was a moment.

    • BeanieBean says:

      And yet the DM didn’t call it a ‘triumphant chignon’. Huh.

  19. SussexWatcher says:

    I agree about the stupid engagement ring narrative. She’s gone without it before and there’s no big secret meaning behind it like the derangers and trash British media want to imply. She probably felt it was inappropriate to be wearing a huge diamond ring to watch sporting events! Meghan has sense and doesn’t have the insecure need to flaunt her huge engagement ring at every single event, even ones – like some other keen royal wife – where it makes no sense, like mixing bread dough by hand while camping or yachting while flirting with handsome not-her-husbands or casual sporting event viewing.

    Also, I don’t believe the part about the settings being loose. I’ve had my engagement ring for 22 years and I’ve never had a prong or stone come loose. And even if her ring did, I’m sure she could have had it fixed in time for the Games if she had wanted to wear it there. I’m sure whoever is checking and cleaning her ring regularly would have had it fixed for her in a day.

    Argh. This was in reply to another post that seems to have disappeared. 🤔 Point stands though.

    • Emma says:

      Hard agree. Also, so what if she chooses not to wear it? When COVID hit and we all stepped up our handwashing game, I took my wedding ring off. Haven’t worn it since. Doesn’t make me any less married.

      And I know, I know: applying logic to certain sections of the British media is like trying to mix oil and water…

    • Mslove says:

      The prongs on my engagement ring wear down over time, I’ve had to have it repaired 3 times over the years. Maybe it’s the gold.

    • MrsCope says:

      It might have been in response to mine @sussexwatcher! I accidentally deleted mine thinking I had posted in the wrong post!

      So now I’m just co-signing on your comments. And adding that I’ve been married 17 years, the wedding band is the main character at this point. I can’t remember the last time I wore the engagement ring. And same for many people I know! It gets caught in everything! Hair, sweaters, you name it.

      • MerlinsMom1018 says:

        I haven’t worn my engagement ring in forever. Wait. That’s not true. I wear it on our anniversary when we go out to dinner.
        Other than having it cleaned and checking for loose stones or making sure the prongs are sturdy, it stays in the original box it came in. The main stone was always getting caught on something and so to protect it, up it went

    • Steph says:

      Settings do come loose. My aunt just had to replace a small baguette in her engagement ring bc it came out from the seeing getting loose. It took like 28 yrs though. That being said, I think both can be true. It needed servicing and she also didn’t want to wear it for these games.

    • Mrs Robinson says:

      I stopped wearing my engagement ring when my children were little because when picking them up, cuddling them etc I kept scratching them with it. 15 years later, still married, even without wearing that ring!

      • kirk says:

        I stopped wearing engagement ring and original wedding ring after breaking finger on that hand trying to restrain my dog who was barking at a cougar from inside the kennel. Hubby got me a new wedding band to replace the old set.

    • BlueNailsBetty says:

      I’d be willing to bet $2.38 (USD) that Meghan didn’t being her engagement ring because she didn’t want to risk losing it or the stones while traveling.

      Her ring doesn’t just have great sentimental value, it has historical value: the two smaller stones previously belonged to Princess Diana.

      So the lack of engagement ring was most likely a security issue. Besides, her wedding ring and the eternity ring look so great on their own, elegantly simple and classic which complements her outfits.

    • JanetDR says:

      Regarding prongs:
      I was walking in the woods one day and happened to look down and see that one of the prongs on my engagement ring was completely worn through! I stuck the ring in my bra and got it repaired. The new setting was platinum and has 8 prongs instead of 4.
      I can’t recall how many years after the wedding – maybe 5?
      My daughter was married in 2019 at a destination wedding and we had to postpone the party here for 2 years and she looked down and saw her diamond was missing at the party! 😨 One of her friends found it almost instantly thank goodness!. It could have so easily had fallen through the deck boards.

      • Agreatreckoning says:

        Lol @JanetDR! We had to stop a get together because of a missing diamond that liberated itself from the prongs. It became a search party. It was eventually found in an inconvenient place. She rarely wears it anymore out of fear even though it’s insured.

        I haven’t worn my engagement ring for years. Just laugh at these insidious stories. Guess what? They’re not engaged anymore. lol They’re married and very engaged with each other.

        Meghan looks fabulous. The IG competitors are having fun and enjoying the family of the IG.

        love those sneakers

    • C says:

      She got on the plane wearing Diana’s priceless watch, no? (Which is perfectly safe). For that reason I believe the setting story. Besides she has left her engagement ring off for sportier events all the time. It means nothing imo.

      • BlueNailsBetty says:

        @C We don’t know which watch she wore. Meghan has Diana’s watch and her own Cartier watch.

      • C says:

        Blue Nails Betty – Meghan does indeed have her own Cartier watch but it is the two-tone and photographs silver. Diana’s is gold and Meghan is wearing it in photos where she is getting on the plane to Dusseldorf.

  20. MinorityReport says:

    I love everything going on here. Love.

  21. Steph says:

    I can’t wait to tell my baby girl (my niece) that she now shares a name with a royal princess! We have a CBer with that name too, Amira(h).

  22. Layla says:

    I absolutely Love how this year, Meghan isn’t giving her stalker with a wig much to work with in terms of obsessive copykeening. (Not that Meghan isn’t doing this deliberately because she couldn’t give two sh*ts). But last year, the copykeening came from quite a few places: the belted blazer; the monochrome beige; the white pantsuit. But this time round, so far it’s just simple, sophisticated chic.

    Also, speaking of FRAME, has anyone else noticed how this is another Meg-favoured brand that has been subtly snuck into the Stalker’s wardrobe after Meg was seen wearing them?

    • Harper says:

      Waiting for the day Mumbles steps out with the tendrils and the messy bun. I’m shocked she hasn’t tried it yet…must be in beta testing, but you know it’s coming. As for Princess Amira, she has never looked more beautiful.

  23. Over it says:

    When a man loves a woman. I live for Their love of each other. She looks so beautiful and Harry looks hot .

  24. hangonamin says:

    love love the sneakers. personally would have preferred the sneakers rather than sky high heels for styling with skinny jeans. the sneaker gives relaxed, effortless, chic and mixes high low well. her updo reminds me of her wedding hair.

  25. Aidee Kay says:

    The name that the Nigerian team gifted Meghan with is perfect because it has a lot of subtext in it. Amira/Warrior Princess = “she had to fight her way out of grave danger.” Ngozi/Blessed = “but her attackers did not and will not prevail b/c she has divine protection.” Lolo/Royal Wife = “wherever she goes and whatever she does, she is the beloved of a prince, and he honors her with his name and loyalty and commitment and devotion, always.” The name tells her whole life story!!!! I love it.

    In the IG post about Meghan’s Nigerian name, I also saw the Nigerian team gave Harry and Archie names.
    Harry: Mahale (Warrior)
    Archie Ntsika (Strength)

    These are also great names because Harry fought by Meghan’s side and always will, and they both derive their strength and inspiration from their son, and he will inherit and learn from their combined strength. Can’t wait for Lilibet to get a Nigerian name!!

    • Lissen says:

      Thank you. Love the insight.

    • tamsin says:

      Are they still working on Lili’s name? Love all their names. Meghan’s is very descriptive and beautiful.

    • Gingerbee says:

      Love the names too. Slight correction, Harry’s African name is from Sesotho, the language of Lesotho, and Archie’s is from the South African’s language Xhoso

      • Anna says:

        @Gingerbee: Xhosa, or isiXhosa is the correct spelling

      • Aidee Kay says:

        Thank you for the correction, @Gingerbee!! The IG post didn’t say specifically that the Nigerian team gave Harry and Archie those names, so thanks for pointing out their origins!

      • Gingerbee says:

        @Anna, thanks. I could not edit the spelling. I was on my way to work this morning, and I am on my from work.

    • Abby says:

      This is making me tear up. I love the meaning, and how much thought went into giving her those names.

    • Bee (not THAT Bee) says:

      Am I the only one thinking of Ngozi Fulani today? May she also be blessed!

      I love the new names. Amira also means princess in Arabic, interesting.

      • Lady D says:

        I thought about Ngozi today, too. I wonder if her life is near back to normal or if she is dealing with a whole new normal for her? No one comes off well in an interaction with the royals.

      • C says:

        Ngozi and SistahSpace are currently protesting a Peckham beauty supply store whose management strangled a Black woman, to lackluster response from the Met. It never ends…

    • Jan says:

      Prince Seesio co-founderco-founder of Senrabale, Harry that name, when he was 19.

  26. BohemianAngel says:

    Meghan never disappoints, I’m loving that all black outfit with the heels, she looks fantastic, so effortlessly chic.
    I’m also loving the Hermes trainers, let copykeen keep the Veja ones, Meg is a trendsetter.
    So so glad she left this nasty island, I’m praying I can do the same very soon! She looks happy and unbothered.

  27. Tessa says:

    Harry and Meghan have super chemistry.they are inspirational in their charity work.

  28. Amy Bee says:

    It’s been lovely to see Meghan and Harry have such a good time and everyone be so happy see Meghan at the games.

  29. Mslove says:

    Meghan looks awesome, I love her flawless skin. I also love her outfits, I need those Hermes sneakers.

  30. TeamMeg says:

    *Stan* Alert —– WOW! I’m just enjoying all this content so, so much. Meghan looks amazing!! So beautiful, elegant, trim, poised. I love seeing her and H together, their love is palpable. And I’m digging all the outfits, and the looks — this Invictus games photo drop motherlode is so fab. Love it. Finally, a huge congrats to all the athletes, whose honor, courage and joy is contagious… Shine On!

  31. Barrett says:

    I have been watching the invictis games documentary on netflix. Love it! I cry or cheer on repeat. I love Meg’s style. Love her style. She is poised and great, warm speaker. I do wish she stayed away from hermes sneakers though. why? B/c I’m so into these regular, veterans and their families who don’t have the means for such luxury. I liked the banana republic dress and the I’m wearing nice frame jeans but I’m not over the top b/c that’s not the message of the games. I also think the wedding band and eternity band are gorgeous but work as understated when working w these families on this important platform. I just feel really emotional and empathetic for the athletes and family!

    • SunRae says:

      Though couched in the language of concern, your policing of how she spends her money remains inappropriate and racist. Hope that helps.

      • Anna says:

        @Sunrae +1

        How a private citizen spends her money is her business. No one would have known the price of her shoes if they weren’t looking for it, and no one cares for the cost since tax payer money wasn’t involved.

      • one of the marys says:

        Well I’m inappropriate and racist too because I share Barrett’s take on the styling chosen to not flaunt wealth to people who don’t have it. During the South Africa tour there were similar comments that the wardrobe was less expensive and that it was the appropriate choice while touring that area 🤷‍♀️

      • SunRae says:

        @one of the marys, I’m South African and I wear designer brands because ‘that area’ is as economically diverse as the US and Britain where children go to school hungry and a health crisis could leave you homeless.

        Whether you’re evoking colonial images of my country or weaponising the pain of veterans you otherwise ignore, it doesn’t make your fixation on the cost of a private citizen’s clothes any less obvious, unwashed and, yes, racist.

      • Mary Pester says:

        Exactly, and I don’t think ANY of the veterans OR FAMILIES are looking at price tags!!

      • one of the marys says:

        Sunrae, I’ve lost 2 messages trying to answer you I keep hitting something in error. Thank you for answering me. I’ve been told before on celebitchy that I’m being racist. What it comes down to is I don’t understand why Meghan can be praised for wearing accessible brands to Invictus but it’s racist to suggest it’s not the place the very expensive footwear.

    • Barrett says:

      I think they are great.. It’s just my opinion ab celebs. . I think it when I see all celebrities at events for a cause w regular folks. from Reese Witherspoon to Kate Middleton. I love when Megan rocks her Vejas too. She could rock most anything. Best to everyone and I respect your opinions.

      • Sugarhere says:

        @Sunrae, The initial comment is opening an interesting conversation on whether class structure, social hierarchy and economic discrepancies, should to be made visible in philanthropic practices. @Barrett wrote about class, but somehow you’ve misread race. The post is relevant for any person operating from a place of wealth: should the privileged dress down, dress casual, and avoid brands, in order to show empathy? That is the question, and it would read the same if Meghan was 100% Caucasian or purple.

        I disagree with @Barrett, not because I believe she’s some borderline white supremacist, but because I would argue that charity is the outcome of inequality. In other words, it would be inauthentic and contrived for the Duchess of Sussex to tone down anything and role-play a persona that the participants know she is not in the social pecking order.

        1- I’d rather have a super wealthy Princess act accordingly, rather than insult my intelligence playing it like she straight out of a Dickens novel. So @Barrett slightly class-shamed Meghan a bit, and she has every right to raise the issue, but suspecting racism here is downright paranoid.

        2- The other reason I respectfully disagree with @Barrett, is that she conflates philanthropy and equality, compassion and imitation: does a nurse need to shave her head to empathize with a cancer patient? So Meghan doesn’t need to dress in rags or play it lower middle-class in order to display empathy. Diana visited the needy dressed like a lady of her rank, and she’s still remembered as the most compassionate one.

        Charity is about listening, understanding others’ predicament, bringing logistics, certainly not about going to extreme lengths to ape, mimick and fully immerse yourself in a reality that does not relate to your destiny. There’s a healthy distance to establish if you want to keep up with the intensity of the work.

      • Agreatreckoning says:

        Excellent post @Sugarhere. The competitors of the IG and their families are not looking at price tags. They are looking at this wonderful event as a chance for hope/success for their mental health.

        The competitors are looking for warmth, love, understanding and appreciation(and more). H&M have been giving that more than a thousandths fold.

      • C says:

        Sugarhere – you’re entitled to your opinion but your post completely glosses over the racial part of this which is absolutely a factor when Meghan’s purchases are scrutinized and other royals on this site (not Kate) are not.
        I am sorry but there is a definite sociological presence of the idea that WOC having nice things is “suspicious”, it would do you well to keep that in mind.

      • Sugarhere says:

        “The racial part of this which is absolutely a factor when Meghan’s purchases are scrutinized” by THE SUN, DAILY MAIL, and other royal mouthpieces, fine! That does not apply to fellow commentators, to whom I believe are enriching the content of the general conversation by raising relevant issues. They should be able to do so without being labeled racists. Intention and who says it do matter and must not be glossed over.

        @AGreatReckoning: 🙋🏻‍♀️Thanks, I was looking to appease interactions, because what others have to say, whether we approve or not, never fails to nurture our reflection.

      • C says:

        It’s one thing to say that the other commenters here generally have good intentions, that may be true, but it’s disingenuous to say that this sentiment doesn’t present itself even in the minds of otherwise well meaning people, and to label it “paranoia” ignores sociological context. If racism and bias were a matter if paranoia, we wouldn’t be in many situations that exist, would we? Not to mention, it is something people present as a micro aggression all the time.

      • Sugarhere says:

        My way of reasoning is actually limited to simple factual notions, one them being to assume that mistaken or not, the other commenter writes in good faith, and that excluding people of color from a general conversation – that could apply all the same to Taylor Swift if she turned up dressed a certain way at a charity event – on the grounds on sensitivity, is the very definition of racism.

        “This SENTIMENT doesn’t present itself even in the MINDS of otherwise well-meaning people”: I can’t challenge your extrasensorial mind-reading ability to detect and unearth hidden, subconscious sentiments of racism in a third party, so I’ll leave it at that.

      • C says:

        We aren’t discussing motives of a person. That is your own rhetorical point. I am discussing what they said. That is a factual thing. People who have great intentions can still say questionable things. That, too, is a fact.

        Nobody is being excluded by pointing out these misconceptions and stereotypes. Rather, the opposite. That is the point of intersectional dialogue.

  32. UNCDancer says:

    I am loving the rich bush energy in her fashion. Sure you could buy a $100 pair of Supergas, or you could spend $700 on Hermès. It is such a flex. Now I know she’s not doing it as a flex. It’s just she got money, and she likes nice things. Maybe Harry was the gold digger. lol

  33. MerlinsMom1018 says:

    I dunno. 🤔 They sure look pretty happy and loved up to be separating/separated/ H is a miserable hostage (insert opinion here)
    Those two are a whole meal. Appetizer, Soup and salad, main course and dessert.

    She looks like she’s lost some weight?
    she absolutely looks 🔥🔥 and that Nigerian name! *chef’s kiss*

    Cosplay in 3…2…

    I had a pair of 5″ Christian Louboutin’s years ago. Peep toe pumps, my god I loved those shoes 😭 We were on a cruise and I had so many women asking about my shoes (and a few men as well 😎) . now in my late 60’s I wouldn’t dare with my vertigo. Sometimes getting old is not my friend

  34. Wendy says:

    Why is it every comment on Page Six so negative?? I wonder if they are bots because every time there is a story posted over there its all mean comments…. Oy Vey. That’s why I love this site!

  35. Molly says:

    Yeah, cool sneakers. $790 cool? No. That’s just silly. Sorry.

    • lanne says:

      For you, sure. I wouldn’t buy them either. But the constant price policing is the British media premise that a) anything fancy owned by a woman must have come from a man, therefore woman is a golddigger and b) black women aren’t supposed to have nice things. Black women who were “supposed” to be shamed and shunned according to the media definitely aren’t supposed to have nice things. It’s easier for the British media to play into the implicit bias of their white readers than to have them question what white toyals (who are “above” them) spend the money the public provides them.

    • Abby says:

      We just lived through RushTok, and the number of 18-year-olds wearing $600 golden goose sneakers was staggering.

      The duchess can go on wearing Hermes sneaks.

    • Becks1 says:

      They may seem silly to you but they sold out quickly after Meghan was seen wearing them, lol.

      • Lorelei says:

        I personally don’t love the sneakers because I have a strong aversion to logos, but I couldn’t care less about the price — Meghan deserves the best of everything, imo, and she should spend her hard-earned money however she likes.

        On a superficial level, I can’t wait to see how long it is until Kate inevitably appears in the exact same sneakers, lol.

    • Lady D says:

      Check out men’s running shoes, @Molly. They start at $25,000 and go up over 100K.

  36. windyriver says:

    Meghan looks like she’s enjoying herself so much – must be so freeing to be someplace where security isn’t a concern so they can go pretty much where they want to, and the people are as welcoming of her as she is of them.

    Believe they stopped by swimming in part to see a race Taira was in; there were so many races, it took a moment to realize that was her name on the list of competitors flashed on my screen (I don’t know if it was a medal race, but she came in second, which was nice). H&M walked in just in time for “Sweet Caroline”, which had the crowd on its feet, and after a little while, the camera no longer showed them in the stands. It was a treat to see both of them in real time, and she is just so stunning (I love that hairstyle on her).

  37. tamsin says:

    How come no one talks about the cost of Harry’s sneakers? He’s modeled a few this week. Love Meghan’s look with the sneakers and I think sneakers would have looked great with the shorts in the morning too. Meghan looks very elegant in her denim and sky-high heels but I don’t understand why anyone would want to wear heels in a gym. It’s very bad for the floors for one thing. Someone said that Meghan had a meeting somewhere in between, so probably added the heels to be a little more business like. Meghan just brings energy the way Harry does. They are the two best cheer leaders ever!

  38. Mrs-Ruby says:

    When I was growing up the elderly would say there’s a name for people who talk about money or how much they paid for things . It was called tacky or no class. Americans don’t worry about how much the wealth spends . Unlike the UK all Americans or told from birth to work hard and to go after what they want, regardless of one’s address or circumstances. America is far from perfect. It has its problems just like any other country. But when it come to wealth, all are welcomed to try .

  39. sparrow says:

    i was hoping to get this under the heels comments above but don’t know where it will land in the thread (pretty rubbish at getting a reply under a comment at the mo and my laptop’s broken on capital “i”!) but thank you for everyone’s fab advice re getting back into heels. Becks1 re wearing heels to events where you’re not on your feet throughout sounds a very good starting point. And the general advice re top notch designer shoes. And Emf999 i know exactly what you mean re ballet flats – flat feeters have to scrunch up their big toes to keep the damn things on. Agony. it sounds stupd, but i’m on a misson with this. ps i’ve found hoka trainers are brililant for flat feet because of the arch, and they also feel nicely elevated. Thank you x

  40. aquarius64 says:

    Meghan looked fabulous. The naynobs just resent she can afford high end fashion and they can’t. Can’t wait for the next round of great choices of Meghan’s looks…and neither can Kate. You know she is at Adelaide Cottage checking to see what she can copy.

    • Mary Pester says:

      @Aqiarius, yep, and lining up her wiglets and telling her maid “style them NOW and make them look like these pictures”, maid says “why is the face blanked out?” kitty kat says, “none of your business serf, just DO IT”! Maid replys, “OK but do I have to give them a saucer of milk first?”, 😂🥛

  41. Sugarhere says:

    Looking at Megh’s face, I should say Amira Ngozi Lolo suits her like a glove, or just as well as Rachel Meghan. She is on the path of becoming Queen of Hearts. Her ancestral maternal community is acknowledging her 🤩, meaning the rejection and hatred solely stem from the Daily Mail and royal microcosm.

    The rest of the world are acknowledging the relevance of Invictus and the selflessness of the Sussexes. This is a watershed moment and only a bitter few remain blind to the obvious.

  42. Christina says:

    She looks great! Glowing!

  43. girl_ninja says:

    As a first generation Nigerian-American I welcome her with open arms.

  44. Yesgirl says:

    If these two look anymore “ready to divorce” they might make another baby in Germany.

  45. QuiteContrary says:

    Effortless. That’s her style and it’s hard to replicate. It’s just effortless.

    It helps that she has the bearing of a true queen.

    • Lorelei says:

      That’s why it makes it so much funnier when Kate tries to copy her and comes out looking so…overwrought and unnatural.
      She can wear identical clothes, but she will never glow like Meghan does nor will she ever have even a shred of M’s charisma. It’s eating her alive.

  46. bettyrose says:

    Meghan’s fashion inspires me to try again. I haven’t put in any effort since the pandemic, but I used to love looking good. I’m not built anything like her and never could be, but I did once rock slim jeans and tees with cute heels. I feel like my neglected gym membership is calling.

  47. Mary Pester says:

    Wonder if they have an interpretation for princess wiglet of buttons, could it be surfaced keening ala filleruper

    • BlueNailsBetty says:

      @Mary Pester

      I used an online translator and found the name they gave Kate: Lowolowo Iyawo. It means “Current Wife”.**

      **this is totally tongue in cheek. I have no idea if the translator is accurate.

  48. Mel says:

    She always looks so amazing and classy without even trying. I am so happy at all the lovely pictures of them. They just radiate happiness. I still cant believe the royals have not said a single thing about the games, in my opinion it has been the best thing to come out from any royal in the world.

    • Lorelei says:

      Meghan is simply incapable of taking even one bad photo. I know I’ve said this before, but it’s incredible. She just shines in EVERY SINGLE ONE.

      I am so jealous! (And I love her, so I can’t imagine how this fact makes Kate feel)

  49. Marion says:

    This woman has everything: she’s intelligent, classy, kind heatred and beautiful.
    She’s litterally beaming and she looks stunning.
    I think I say it anytime I see her but no wonder Kate felt threatened because she looks like an old bigot compared to Megs.

  50. Gabby says:

    I love all the singing, hugging, fan selfies and especially the Sussex PDA in this IG. Hate filled questions about Meghan’s engagement ring fall flat. This seems like a new honeymoon of sorts, so I hope Harry and his warrior princess are making good use of that suite at the Hyatt.

  51. Beverley says:

    For two people on the verge of divorce…damn, I need to fan myself! Harry and Meghan are on fiyah! 🔥🔥🔥

    The tabloids live in an alternate universe where it’s Opposite Day every day. They must be pissed that the Sussexes are ruining their carefully crafted narratives about unhappiness, separation and divorce. The Britshit media are liars for the whole world to see.

  52. Lisa says:

    She gorgeous, and I think her charitable message would go a lot further without spending so much money on labels/clothes.

    • Nonya says:

      @lisa..sigh…your comment is so ridiculous. They’re rich, doesn’t matter whether she wears thrift or high end, they are still wealthy.

      Stop policing how she spends her money. I also hope that all of your clothes cost less than $50, and that you spend all of your free time carrying out charitable endeavors. Wearing your clothes that cost less than $50 of course, so that we all hear your charitable message.

  53. ShoppeGirlMN says:

    What is the ring on her right pinky finger?

  54. Stacey Dresden says:

    Well I cried