Meghan Markle wears taupe-gray Roland Mouret dress for Dublin visit

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However, one obvious missing link in an otherwise flawless tour de couture was the glaring lack of Irish designers incorporated anywhere into her wardrobe.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle only tied the knot in May, but a lot of people are starting to wonder when they're going to start their family.

The tot also started touching the Duchess' face, prompting Harry to jokingly scold the child by wagging his finger at the kid as Meghan giggled by his side.

Higgins and his wife brought the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to the bell at Áras an Uachtaráin, a symbolic monument marking the 10th anniversary of the Belfast Agreement. Just like the navy Roland Mouret Barwick dress she has worn before, the off-the-shoulder dress featured an asymmetric neckline and a draped skirt with sculpted panels.

Meghan tied the knot with Harry in front of the world at St George's Chapel nearly two months ago - and she's certainly had no issues settling into the royal family as she's attended numerous engagements since returning from honeymoon. See PA story ROYAL Sussex. Wickstead is a favorite designer of Kate Middleton, but this is one of the first times that Markle has worn of her designs for a public appearance after becoming a royal.

They spoke to young children about their involvement in sport and what it meant to them playing at Croke Park.

The couple later stopped for a private lunch before continuing on the packed final day of their pre-Brexit charm offensive in Ireland, which comes less than a month after Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the country. She completed her looked with a simple black clutch and pale heels also by Dior.

Considering Markle has been sporting dress after dress to her latest royal engagements - including Prince Louis' christening and Royal Air Force Centenary - the return to a classic suit is a refreshing change, Harper's Bazaar noted. She reportedly said "Her dress is identical to one of our dresses".

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