The Smart Reason Why Meghan's Arms Looked Wet And Extra Shiny In Tonga

Dressed in white, Duchess Meghan looked stunning as she went to a special reception at the Royal Palace in Tonga. As Harry and Meghan were hosted by His Majesty King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau-u, they both wore black and white outfits that looked classy and elegant as ever before!

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There was one little detail that seemed odd in the overall picture: Meghan’s arms looked extremely shiny, some would say wet, if taken a closer look. That weird shine came from anti-mosquito cream that the duchess used to protect herself from the dangerous Tonga insects.

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As a future mom, she must be extra concerned for her well-being since it also affects the baby’s health. That’s why the insect repellent was a must-wear on her royal tour.

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Anyone living and traveling to the regions of Fiji and Tonga is at a risk of getting the Zika virus, which is especially dangerous for pregnant women. It can be transferred to the fetus and cause a birth defect called microcephaly and, other severe brain defects. The virus is carried by infected mosquitos and, unfortunately, there is no vaccine for its prevention or cure.

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With this being said, Meghan Markle was doing the right thing by taking care of her health! It should be of a paramount importance for a mother-to-be!

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