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The Duchess of Sussex is now in the middle of her first-ever diplomatic trip to Ireland with husband, Prince Harry, where it has been revealed she has been doing her makeup entirely herself.

Melania did not limit her fashion diplomacy to Meghan.

The trip to Ireland is the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first trip overseas as a married couple.

ROYAL fans will be pleased to hear that everyone's favourite newlyweds are planning a family.

British designer Wickstead, who's previously dressed both Meghan and sister-in-law Kate Middleton, made some pretty distasteful comments following the royal wedding, suggesting Meghan's Givenchy wedding gown all too closely resembled one of her own bridal designs.

A 3-year-old boy in Ireland was fascinated to meet Meghan Markle-not because she was royalty, but rather because of her long, wavy hair.

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

The Duchess of Sussex opted for a neutral palette with her Roland Mouret dress and black Fendi bag. "I'd argue that's worth every penny", she told Entertainment Tonight.

Earlier, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with Irish President Michael D. Higgins at his official residence.

Meghan and Harry touched down in Ireland on Tuesday for a two-day visit - their first tour as husband and wife.

While visiting Ireland with her new husband, Prince Harry, Meghan stopped to talk to members of the public after visiting the Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin. "Of course, one step at a time and hopefully we'll start a family in the near future", he added. The Duchess of Cambridge was called out by many for not joining the movement.

After showing them the framed drawing, Harry asked "It that yours, are you keeping it?" to which she replied, "You can have it if you want".

The royal couple saw the famous Book of Kells at Trinity College and also greeted athletes at Dublin's Croke Park, home of the Gaelic Athletic Association.