Harry, Meghan mobbed by fans on first official visit to Ireland

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at Dublin City Airport

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at Dublin City Airport

Britain's Prince William, Prince Harry, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrive for a service to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force (RAF) at Westminster Abbey in central London on July 10.

He was rumoured to be designing the royal wedding dress, but even though Roland Mouret didn't make the cut on her big day, the designer is clearly still one of Meghan's favourites. Her tan shoes were the flawless complement to the bag, as well, and Meghan was absolutely glowing as she flashed a huge smile for the cameras.

MEGHAN Markle has been accused of breaking royal protocol during a conversation with officials in Ireland.

Noone was, of course, talking about the "Repeal the Eighth" vote, which saw the Republic of Ireland roll back their ban on abortions.

Kevin Doyle, political editor at the Irish Independent, tweeted that he hadn't been able to confirm whether Harry and Meghan drank "any of the 14 bottles of water".

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Only Duchess Meghan could pull off polar opposite looks in a matter of hours. Despite only being the Duchess of Sussex for two months now, there are already multiple instances of her strong bond with kiddos around the world, so this came as no surprise. It also included a quotation from her that said: "I am proud to be a woman and a feminist".

Meghan beamed as she stood alongside husband, Prince Harry, teaming her outfit with a pair of pointed black court shoes and a large black clutch bag.

Football is assuredly and unequivocally coming home, by royal decree. Harry has probably made that perfectly clear.

But it was the designer behind Meghan's sleeveless, fitted look that stole the show. But don't expect her Givenchy suit to be her last outfit of the day.

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