Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, rocked many looks during Ireland visit

Brunilde Fioravanti
Luglio 12, 2018

It was a joke, and like all good jokes it revealed more about Prince Harry than he ever meant to disclose.

And while there are many benefits that come with being a member of the royal family, there are some things that Meghan has had to give up. That evening, she donned a black dress by Emilia Wickstead for a summer party at the British Ambassador's home at Glencairn House in Dublin.

Ahead of the outing, Markle did a quick outfit change and emerged with a strikingly different look from her first.

Duchess Meghan looked absolutely stunning on her two-day tour to Ireland with her husband Prince Harry - the newlyweds' first overseas engagement as a married couple.

Meghan stuns in a forest green Givenchy number, which she paired with nude pumps.

Whilst greeting the crowds, one fan, Fiona Moore explained that she spoke to Megan about Suits, telling her: "I'm a fan of Suits and I said to her that I miss it and she said "so do I".

During their 24-hour-or-so stay in the Irish capital of Dublin, which kicked off on Tuesday afternoon, the royal couple received a warm welcome by the Irish government and the people.

The Prince sported a crisp navy suit with an azure tie to represent Ireland's Presidential colours, while the fashion-conscious Duchess wore a grey Roland Mouret taupe dress and a pair of black heels. The 56-year-old, who has styled various celebrities, has said she knows "what she likes".

Meghan and Harry later visited Trinity College, where they saw the Book of Kells - one of Irelands greatest treasures.

Prince Harry also put on a new set of clothes as he arrived at the athletics ground, sporting a more casual grey blazer and a white shirt, which he wore open collared.

Fire or no fire, Meghan is giving everyone something to talk about with her Ireland trip.

The duke and duchess met the president and his wife at the statesman's official residence Aras an Uachtarain, the former British Viceregal lodge in Dublin's Phoenix Park.

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