Over on the accessories front, Meghan traded in her protocol-breaking £475 Strathberry midi tote for a £1,390 satin Givenchy clutch (yes, eagle-eyed fans will recognise the number from her Royal Ascot debut).
Later, Harry greeted guests with a few words in the Irish language before giving a toast at a summer garden party at the British ambassador's residence. Wickstead is a favorite designer of Kate Middleton, but this is one of the first times that Markle has worn of her designs for a public appearance after becoming a royal.More news: Polish Historian/Scientist Continues Interview As Cat Climbs On His Head
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.
Prince Harry had a conversation with a fan about kids during his official royal visit in Ireland with Duchess Meghan Markle that has some fans talking!
The pair arrived at Dublin airport, with Harry wearing a green tie and former Hollywood actress Meghan in a dark green Givenchy dress that appeared to have been chosen with Ireland's national color in mind.More news: Trump continues attacks on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation nations during 2nd day of summit
"Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex looked absolutely lovely on her wedding day and I have the utmost admiration and respect for her", she wrote. 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. She then tweeted, "The Duchess and I had a chat about the recent referendum result - she watched with interest and was pleased to see the result". "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.
"She said she was really enjoying her visit and that what I said made it even more special", she said.More news: U.S. tries to bully World Health Organization into dropping breast-feeding resolution