Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Are Adorably Serenaded With Anti-Mosquito Song In Tonga

Prepare yourself for a barrel of laughs when you watch an adorable video of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry enjoying a choir of college kids serenade them with an anti-mosquito song on Friday in Tonga.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, clearly loved the all boys choir’s performance, so much so the expectant mother ended up wiping away happy tears.

Markle, who has now headed back to Australia with Harry, 34, for the final days of the Invictus Games, is pictured struggling to compose herself while taking in the Tupbattlingou College Boys making arm movements of flying gestures and buzzing sounds during a rain forest dedication song.

The royals have been warned about the Zika virus, which causes birth defects including microcephaly, during their trip, with the disease being detected in Fiji and Tonga; which have both been stops on their tour.

Meghan, who is expecting the couple’s first child, looked as stunning as ever for the latest engagements, with her donning a blue shirt dress by Veronica Beard when she was seen erupting into giggles.

Meghan Markle was pictured crying with laughter during the performance (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)
Meghan Markle was pictured crying with laughter during the performance (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Friday’s visit also saw Harry give a speech at Tupou College, explaining how planting trees and conserving forests is a simple way of protecting wildlife and improving the environment.

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The event came just before it was reported the royals’ plane was forced to change course at the last minute as they made their way back to Oz Friday.

The aircraft had to circle back around the famed Sydney Harbour due to another plane that hadn’t cleared the runway, with numerous royal reporters tweeting about it on the Quantas Airlines flight.

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s Royal Tour Of Australia, Fiji, Tonga And New Zealand



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