Fiona Moore, a fan, recalled her conversation with Meghan - who was wearing a suit that was reminiscent of her fictional counterpart - following the Duchess' walkabout with her husband, Prince Harry, in Dublin, Ireland, on Wednesday. Meghan opted to wear a dress by the iconic fashion designer, on July 11, that was the same design she donned on her wedding eve in May.
Meghan's comments may have landed her in hot water. While attending a service marking the 100th year of the Royal Air Force, she picked a black Dior dress. The London-based designer's coventry gray dress featured a sophisticated midi length, timeless bateau neckline and romantic cascading ruffle down the skirt, but the number seemed a tad too tight for the Duchess' svelte figure.
The former Suits actress looked smart for the visit, as she sported a pair of fitted black pants, which she teamed with a simple white t-shirt and a matching cropped blazer.
To initiate the visit - and the pair's first overseas engagement as a married couple - Prince Harry gave a four-minute speech at Glencairn in Sandyford remarking on the unique relationship between the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Speaking of kids, a light-hearted moment occurred earlier in the day when the couple visited Dublin's Croke Park stadium.
Ahead of the outing, Markle did a quick outfit change and emerged with a strikingly different look from her first. Meghan donned a sharp tailored black suit, patent court shoes and a simple white t-shirt, finishing the look with a black clutch bag.
This is not the first time the Duchess of Sussex has been accused of breaking or having difficulty complying with royal protocol, as noted previously by the Inquisitr. The Duchess of Sussex met with the heads of state in a gray bateau neck (her fave!) Roland Mouret dress with asymmetrical draping at the waist.
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