It's the second and final day of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal tour of Ireland, but Meghan Markle has already impressed us with a myriad of spectacular outfits. She wore a custom Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy gown, and lived happily ever after. but not without seemingly pissing off a fashion designer along the way.
As the 36-year-old royal turned away from him after their chat, he reached out to tug at her brunette hair.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex continued their two-day tour of Ireland on Wednesday.
President Higgins has met Harry on a number of occasions through the years, most recently in 2016 - but it marks the first occasion he has met Ms Markle. We adore her color choice to represent the Emerald Isle!
"I wanted to retreat into my own shell, and Meghan was like, 'No, no, no, you can't do that".
Meghan Markle shares a unique and endearing quality with the Queen - they both absolutely adore dogs. "During their May 19 wedding when the Reverend said, "[Marriage] is given as the foundation of family life in which children are born and nurtured", Harry turned to his bride with a big smile on his face which she quickly returned.
Mr O'Leary escorted the visitors to the State Reception Room, via the Francini Corridor, which contains busts of Ireland's past presidents, mounted on marble columns. She paired that look with matching black pumps and a black clutch.
After Emilia Wickstead's criticism of the Duchess of Sussex's Givenchy wedding gown, many royal watchers assumed that the New Zealand-born, London-based designer would not be given any more design commissions from the royal family.
After around 20 minutes, the duke and duchess waved one last time before departing by auto.
Thousands of royal well-wishers gather together to catch a glimpse of Harry and Meghan as they walk about Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.
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