Erm. Meghan Markle had a 'wardrobe malfunction' that has happened to every woman before.

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It seems Meghan Markle had a little wardrobe malfunction while arriving in Tonga this morning.

Walking down the red carpet at Fua’amotu Airport in Nuku’alofa, eagle-eyed royal fans spotted a price tag swinging from the Duchess’ $628 red Self Portrait dress.


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She really is just like us #tagdag

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We know… everybody panic and hide the photos from the Queen because this is an A-grade royal scandal.

But seriously, we’re pretty sure this so-called ‘wardrobe malfunction‘ has happened to every single woman at least once in her life.

See, royals really are just like us – Meghan is a tag dag too. (We can call the Duchess of Sussex a tag dag, right?!)

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Meghan and her husband Prince Harry arrived in Tonga today after spending two nights in Fiji.

When Meghan Markle announced her pregnancy earlier this month, many people questioned whether the Duchess would still travel to the Zika-affected areas listed on her itinerary.

Both Fiji and Tonga are known to have a "moderate" Zika risk.

Official advice says: "Pregnant women should consider postponing non-essential travel until after the pregnancy."

Although Meghan and Harry's original tour plan has gone ahead, certain precautions have been put in place.

According to experts, Meghan has been employing some clever fashion tricks to lessen the risk of contracting the Zika virus.

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Meghan has been opting for long-sleeved dresses while in Fiji. Image: Getty.

Speaking to People, Professor James G. Logan, Head of the Department of Disease Control at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, explained how Meghan is minimising the risks.

"I'm sure that they will have sought travel health advice in terms of protective methods in terms of mosquito bites," he explained.

"Wearing long sleeves and baggy clothes will help," he added.

"Mosquitos can even bite through jeans so if the clothing is loose it's much harder for the mosquito to bite."

While visiting Fiji and Tonga, the Duchess has opted for long-sleeved dresses and looser fitting outfits.