Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet President Higgins

Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet President Higgins

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't your regular Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The Duchess of Sussex is expected to be politically impartial, but it seems she might have slipped up on an official visit to Ireland. Wickstead should also feel relieved that Markle wore her hair down, in loose waves, after criticising her wedding hairstyle, too.

With three royal engagements in a single day, it's no wonder Meghan Markle has made an equal amount of outfit swaps.

The Duchess of Sussex looked stunning in a demure, belted black dress from Dior with her favored boatneck neckline and a wild, Stephen Jones fascinator that she makes look chic.

"The forest green was a subtle nod to Ireland but it would be nice to see her adopt an Irish designer into her fashion roster over the course of her two-day stay". (Picture: Getty) Heir to the throne Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, his son Prince William and wife Kate, and Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, all joined the queen on the palace balcony for the display.

Meghan replied: "I'll come back and look out for the first female bust". Could her heels have been a touch uncomfortable?

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Meanwhile, Prince Harry's brother wore his traditional uniform as he attended the service to mark 100 years of the RAF.

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The couple met RAF servicemen and women, charity representatives involved in the RAF100 Appeal, RAF Veterans and Civil Service personnel involved in the Centenary celebrations.

Having political opinions isn't the only thing that Meghan has had to give up since marrying Prince Harry.

On Tuesday, they were greeted by Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar at Government Buildings in Dublin.

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