As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continue their royal tour of Africa, fascination surrounding the Duchess' fashion choices remain a point of interest for fans of the British royal family. From breaking royal style rules to choosing certain outfits, the former "Suits" actress has certainly given royal watchers something to talk about, but is there a specific message she would like to send with the choices she's made?

Dominique St. John, a fashion PR expert, recently shared her belief that Meghan tends to be quite intentional in her decision-making in an interview with International Business Times, stating that she has "always been aware about brands that communicate strong messages." She also shared that the royal likes to focus on brands that promote both fair working conditions or recycled materials.

"I believe she would like to send a message about sustainability through her outfit choices," she exclusively told IBT when discussing the Duchess' intentions behind her royal style.

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Additionally, the expert stated that both the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge "make sure to wear something from the countries they visit" whenever they go on tour.

"The first dress Meghan wore on the royal tour was a dress from Mayamiko, a designer from Malawi. Although Meghan won’t be visiting Malawi with Harry, she is paying homage to the country by dressing in an outfit from that country. This also creates awareness about brands in the countries that the royals visit," she concluded.

Aside from turning heads based on her clothing choices, Meghan has also made quite the impression with a certain famous admirer while on the trip thanks to the charitable work she has done.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan visited a Cape Town rights group fighting gender violence. POOL / Courtney AFRICA