Meghan and Harry, who tied the knot at St George's Chapel nearly two months ago, looked completely in love and held hands as they arrived at the Chapel Royal, at St James' Palace, alongside the Cambridges, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Only this morning Meghan wore a stunning A-line Dior dress and an intricate Stephen Jones fascinator and we couldn't help but think of another iconic look after seeing it. They will attend a commemorative service, followed by a flypast including up to 100 aircraft.More news: Raheem Sterling, England on collision course with Belgium in World Cup final
She and her son, Prince Charles, presented a new Queen's Colour to the RAF at Buckingham Palace once the service was complete. She turned to Givenchy (her wedding dress designer) for a round-neck green sweater with what looks like a matching high-waist skirt with pockets, all styled with nude pumps, a Strathberry tote, and her signature bun (which, this time, is less messy and more Middleton).
Since officially becoming a member of the royal family, the former Suits star's clothing choices are distinctly more elegant, lady-like and demure in contrast to the outfits she wore during her engagement.More news: Expansive Belgium versus pragmatic France could decide the 2018 champions
Their visit to Dublin will include Croke Park, Trinity College, and the starvation memorial, Irish Mirror reports.
The airport greeting marked the start of the duke and duchess's whirlwind tour that will see them celebrate Ireland and its people.More news: Real Madrid and Juventus agree £105m transfer deal for Cristiano Ronaldo