#RoyalVisitIreland: What was Meghan wearing?
The first overseas visit for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has wrapped up in Dublin this evening after a hectic two-days for the newly married couple. They have jetted back to London to catch the World Cup Semi-Final clash after what can only be described as a successful visit.
Their visit had a packed agenda which barely had time for them to catch some sleep. The agenda included everything from a summer party in the British Embassy to a visit to Áras an Uachtaráin to meet President Michael D. Higgins.
Taoiseach Meeting (Government Buildings)
The Duke and Duchess got straight to business upon arrival, their first stop was to Government buildings to meet the Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister), Leo Varadkar.
Upon arrival, Meghan was wearing a Givenchy ensemble, a short sleeve top, and a midi-length pencil skirt. She also carried an oversized Strathberry tote bag.
Summer Party (British Embassy)
On Tuesday evening Prince Harry and Megan attended a summer party at the British Ambassadors residences in South Dublin. The event had some of Ireland’s most well-known personalities in attendance.
Megan arrived wearing a stunning black sleeveless dress by New Zealand-born designer, Emilia Wickstead. She finished off the look with a simple clutch and a pair of plain black heels.
President Michael D. Higgins Visit (Áras an Uachtaráin)
The royal couple kicked off the second day of their visit with a trip to Áras an Uachtaráin to meet President Michael D. Higgins.
Meghan opted for a grey dress by Roland Mouret. It featured long sleeves, a midi hemline, and a large ruffle detail hanging from the right side of the waist. She also wore black Paul Andrew pumps, Birks earrings, and a Fendi bag with the dress.
Croke Park Visit
Meghan wore a black trouser suit by Givenchy with a white tee, Givenchy belt, Sarah Flint pumps, and a fold-over clutch for the engagement.
Heels on a field sounds like a recipe for disaster, but that didn’t stop Meghan from looking fashionable on the pitch!
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