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Women at Fiji market disappointed with Duchess of Sussex Meghan’s visit to market

By Reuters
24 October 2018   |   11:47 am
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was rushed out of a market in Fiji's capital on Wednesday (October 24) due to security concerns over "crowd management issues", the Kensington Palace suggested.

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