Meghan rocks two very different looks as she continues Ireland tour


Upon their arrival, Markle and her prince were greeted by the Taoiseach (or prime minister) of Ireland, Leo Varadkar. One day you're shaking hands with the Archbishop of Canterbury at Prince Louis's christening, the next you're staring up at the sky to watch a military flyover at Buckingham Palace.

But it was the designer behind Meghan's sleeveless, fitted look that stole the show.

Harry said he and Meghan hoped to reflect on some of the hard passages in the neighboring islands' history when they visit a memorial to Ireland's Great Famine of the 1840's and the Gaelic sports stadium Croke Park.

Tuesday was a busy day for the royal family as they honored the 100 anniversary of the Royal Air Force.

The Duchess of Sussex is still in Dublin and on Wednesday, she and Prince Harry met with Ireland's President Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne at their residence Áras an Uachtaráin.

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Markle has been wearing several classic dresses, often with boat necklines, so opting for a pantsuit is quite a change of pace from her usual royal style. Her emerald green Givenchy dress hugged her unbelievable figure perfectly, and she completed the look with her hair pulled back into a sleek bun.

"It made me feel special", Fanara said.

Despite a busy week, Meghan looked refreshed and gorgeous when she touched down in Dublin.

The Prince sported a crisp navy suit with an azure tie to represent Ireland's Presidential colours, while the fashion-conscious Duchess wore a grey Roland Mouret taupe dress and a pair of black heels.

Earlier the royals attended a service at Westminster Abbey along with dignitaries including Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and the defence secretary, Gavin Williamson.