Meghan wore a dress by Australian label Zimmerman, a Stephen Jones hat, earrings which were a gift from the Queen and a bracelet which was a gift from the Prince of Wales.
After a hectic start to the 16-day tour, which also includes New Zealand, Meghan scaled back her scheduled commitments to catch up on some rest. The Suitsalum, who is now four months pregnant, wore her lovely brunette locks in a classic messy bun and a chic pair of oversized shades for the occasion.
The royal couple will spend three days in Fiji, attending a number of formal events as well as meeting local people who are making a difference in the community.
PA Wire/PA Images The duke and duchess at their hotel in Fiji.
On Tuesday evening, the couple is due to attend a reception and state dinner hosted by Fijian President Jioji Konrote.
Prince Harry drinks kava as his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, looks on at a traditional welcome ceremony after they arrived in Suva, Fiji.
Their appearance at the Hervey Bay jetty comes after it was revealed over the weekend that Meghan was taking a break from her royal tour of Australia, as her pregnancy "took its toll".
The pair will attend an official welcome ceremony later on Tuesday at Albert Park celebrating Fijian cultural identity and heritage.
Both Meghan and Harry will speak at their university engagement, which will be live-streamed to other unis in the Pacific region.
In the meantime, Harry's Invictus Games for wounded defence veterans continues in Sydney.
Land and sea rangers and dancers who met Prince Harry told of a mutual respect, acknowledging the significance of his visit to their land and new understanding of traditional Butchulla practices.
While Kate Middleton usually adheres to the below-the-knee hemline protocol, she has been known on various occasions to wear a thigh-high front or side split, including back in 2016 when she wore a blue Altuzarra dress with defined thigh-high split to an official engagement in Essex.