Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Meghan dazzles in Roland Mouret on day two of her Dublin visit

Meghan dazzles in Roland Mouret on day two of her Dublin visit

The Duchess stepped out in an Emilia Wickstead dress during her first official worldwide trip, proving there's no drama with the British designer despite a rumoured controversy. "Her wedding dress was quite loose".

Since marrying in to the royal family, the new Duchess of Sussex, 36, is expected to be impartial on all political matters - but one Irish politician who was involved in getting abortion made legal tweeted that she was "pleased" with the outcome.

HELLO! spoke to Leeanne Hundleby, the co-owner and founder of Strathberry who revealed: "We are delighted that the Duchess of Sussex chose to carry Strathberry for her début official oversea visit to Dublin, the third time she has championed our brand".

When it came to her accessories the newly-wedded royal stuck simple black accents in the form of a suede shoe and an oversize leather handbag.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are visiting Ireland from Tuesday 10th July to Wednesday 11th July having arrived in Dublin on Tuesday evening.

In the morning, Queen Elizabeth, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, and Camilla all attended a service honoring the milestone at Westminster Abbey in London.

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Besides their official reception by the Irish government, the couple will also visit Ireland's Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), the country's largest sporting organization, Dublin's Famine Memorial, the Irish Emigration Museum and they will see Trinity College Dublin's literary treasure, the Book of Kells.

The couple attended a garden party at the British Ambassador's residence at Glencairn.

Photos from one part of the visit caused a bit of a stir, with many pointing out the ridiculous quantity of water bottles - all 14 of them - laid out for the duke and duchess.

They kicked off the second day with a meeting with Irish President Michael Higgins, during which Harry announced "it's coming home".

Other visits include DogPatch Labs to meet youth learning coding through free workshops.

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