The founder of Own Ur Crown, Nikiwe Dlova shared the footage and wrote on Instagram:
“Lastly she owned her crown with our Instagram filter we collaborated on with Will Hurt and Max Mutanda.”
She also added that the Duchess “loved” the filter.
The designer was invited to the reception as one of the creatives behind the 2018 ColabNowNow – an initiative by the British Council.
According to Express, Nikiwe brought some of the headdresses she makes.
Meghan’s excitement at the crown can be explained with the fact she had been immortalized with one of the headpieces the artist had in her hand.
“When she [Meghan] looked away she realised it was the same headpiece I was holding!’ Nikiwe said.
“This is an experience I will never forget!!!”
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The creative also discussed the meeting with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in a blog post on the Own Ur Crown website.
“Wow!! What an amazing experience meeting The Duchess on October 2!
“300 guests were invited to Johannesburg’s High Commission to celebrate the UK and South Africa’s business and investment relationship.
“The British Council then invited 3 Colabnownow creatives of 2018 to come showcase their work and I was one of the creatives!”