Meghan’s visit to Fiji market cut short as crowds spark security concerns | ITV News

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    The Duchess of Sussex’s visit to a market in Fiji to meet female entrepreneurs was curtailed due to concerns about security as large crowds turned out to greet her.
    Meghan, who is expecting her first baby, was due to spend around 15 minutes meeting vendors who are part of the UN Women’s Markets for Change project.
    Hundreds of people packed into the square near the Suva Municipal Market and strained for a glimpse or a photo of the 37-year-old over barriers, while others whooped and sung.
    But the duchess left the market early, after around seven minutes, with Kensington Palace suggesting the decision was taken due to “crowd management issues”.
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