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Newlyweds Harry and Meghan Undertake First Overseas Engagement

17 Juillet 2018

Meghan, officially known as the Duchess of Sussex since the couple's wedding in May, kept smiling as the squirmy child grabbed at her.

An Irish politician tweeted about her meeting with Meghan Markle, claiming she expressed support for the abortion referendum result in Ireland.

He added, "And you've given me more hair", which caused Meghan to burst into laughter.

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.

Thomas Markle told The Sun on Sunday he believes his daughter is struggling to cope with the switch from successful Hollywood actress to "prim" public duties in her role as the Duchess of Sussex.

But, whenever the time is, it is pretty evident that the couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, is not planning to have too many babies.

She wore a fitted grey Roland Mouret dress with a bateau neckline, long sleeves and complete with a draped skirt with sculpted panels.

Meghan Markle always wears heels when she's with Prince Harry. The two toured Trinity College, visited the Famine Memorial, and spent some time getting to know President Michael Higgins - and his two mountain dogs.

Recently, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went on a two-day tour to Ireland where they met their fans. This doesn't mean that you wish you were back at work and not a member of the Royal Family. "She wanted to look like her best self", Martin revealed to Glamour Magazine in May, when asked about the inspiration vision behind Markle's wedding day look. The royal immediately made us think of her Suits character when she changed into a bespoke black Givenchy wool tuxedo suit for part of the day's events on Wednesday.

Newlyweds Harry and Meghan Undertake First Overseas Engagement