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Monday, 13 March 2017
WHATS NOW' SOPHIE MPORA WA QUEEN ELEZABETH ATEMBELEA EAST AFRICA '
The countess looked radiant as she chatted with dignitaries at the event''
The countess is visiting the East African nation in her role as Vice Patron of The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust to see the work being done to end avoidable blindness and champion youth leadership
The Countess looked radiant in a long-sleeved rose-pink dress which she teamed with pale pink kitten heels.
Earlier today, she showed off her maternal side as she bonded with young local children.
Sophie looked business-like in a black floral dress and cardigan, even wearing flesh coloured tights despite the 25 degree heat.
However, she did roll up her coat and carried it in her handbag after touching down at Lilongwe airport.
She was greeted by children waving Union Jack flags at the High Commissioner's residence in Lumbadzi and crouched down for a chat with her young admirers.
The Countess of Wessex looked chic in a black floral dress as she arrived in Malawi'
Sophie was greeted by young royal fans at the High Commissioner's residence
And she bonded with an adorable baby girl in a floral dress, who cheekily reached out to pat the royal on the face.
Sophie became patron of the The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust on her 50th birthday.
Speaking ahead of the royal's visit, the British High Commissioner to Malawi Holly Tett said: 'We are delighted to have Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex arriving in Malawi on Commonwealth Day to witness how two Commonwealth partners are working together to tackle global issues including fighting diseases like Trachoma.
The Countess of Wessex bonding with a youngster who reached out to stroke the royal's face'