If you've been closely (and I mean very closely) following Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's tour of Southern Africa, which began Monday, you might have noticed the British royals are wearing matching beaded bracelets, and the seemingly simple accessories actually have a powerful meaning behind them. The bracelets read "Justice" in beaded letters in honour of The Justice Desk, the Africa-based human rights organisation that Meghan and Harry are working with during their engagement.
According to the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, of which Harry is the president and Meghan is the vice president, The Justice Desk works to help vulnerable groups to better advocate for themselves: "By empowering local people, the Justice Desk is raising awareness of human rights violations throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Zambia, while providing sustainable tools for action at a grassroots level." The charity helps young people by teaching them their rights and advocating for a safer, more sustainable society founded on equality. The nonprofit organisation also provides female empowerment training and self-defence classes for young girls, making it no surprise that this is an organisation the royal couple fully support.
Meghan and Harry kicked off their visit to Southern Africa in Nyanga, Cape Town, South Africa, where Meghan delivered an empowering speech addressing women's rights. She and Harry even let loose and busted a few moves while they were there, making for an altogether fantastic trip so far. Keep scrolling to take a look at some sweet snaps from Meghan and Harry's trip, including a zoomed-in version of the empowering Justice bracelets ($3), available on The Justice Desk's website. Finally, get the details on Meghan's Mayamiko wrap dress.