It’s been a busy day in the land of Harry and Meghan. After beginning their day with RAF centenary celebrations in London they then flew to Ireland, touching down in Dublin, for the Duchess’ first overseas visit. But despite their crazy schedule, Meghan still managed to keep her style standards at an all-time high, with three magnificent outfit changes.
She began her stylish journey wearing a black fit-and-flare Dior dress, accessorized with a fancy fascinator. She then appeared wearing a green Givenchy top and pencil skirt for her arrival in the Irish capital. After her green statement, she then changed into a black midi dress by Emilia Wickstead for a garden party held by the British Ambassador to Ireland.
Meghan, not one for going overboard, accessorized her outfits very delicately, each with either a hat or an elegant handbag. Her final outfit was teamed with a with a simple black Givenchy clutch and Morganite Drop Earrings with Pavé Diamonds by her favourite jewellery brand Birks.
In the evening, Prince Harry gave a lovely speech to guests at the garden party, even using a few words in the Irish language.
‘Standing here with you on this beautiful evening, it is easy to see why Ireland has such a special place in the hearts of my family and indeed all those who come here,’ he said.
‘We’re so pleased to be here, for our first official international visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many!’
Earlier on in the evening, the Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, rolled out the red carpet for the royal pair to celebrate their first overseas visit as a married couple, to Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess were also greeted by the Taoiseach at Dublin’s Government Buildings (Ireland’s version of Downing St) where they were shown a plaque laid by Harry’s great, great, great grandfather King Edward VII in 1904.