Talk about traveling in style!
Early Wednesday saw Meghan charming the furry trousers off another group of dogs that belong to President Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina, who hosted Prince Harry and Meghan during their royal tour of Dublin, Ireland, reports People. British troops opened fire on a crowd there almost a century ago, on a day known as Bloody Sunday during Ireland's War of Independence.
Harry and Meghan were in Ireland on Tuesday and Wednesday at the request of Her Majesty's Government. The Prince complemented her ensemble in a crisp blazer and slacks. She started the day in London in a custom Dior dress, landed in Ireland wearing a green Givenchy number, then slipped into an LBD by Emilia Wickstead for an evening reception.
For a touch of "Markle Sparkle", she showcased loose curls (after having worn her locks in a slick side bun throughout the day) and donned earrings by her go-to Canadian jeweller, Birks.
To complete her first look on day two of Ireland, Markle sported a sleek updo and accessorized with black suede pumps by Paul Andrew, Birks earrings, and a Fendi bag. The political couple have two big, lovely Bernese Mountain Dogs at home, with which Meghan and Harry took some time to pet and cuddle during their visit to the presidential residence, Aras an Uchatarain. Now, perhaps as a sign that she is settling into her new role, she seems to become more daring with her choices, as her outfits this week have proved.
And while there are many benefits that come with being a member of the royal family, there are some things that Meghan has had to give up. Harry looked equally as handsome in a blue suit tailored to perfection.
They will also visit some of the city's main cultural attractions, including Ireland's oldest university, Trinity College, and Croke Park, where British troops opened fire on a crowd almost a century ago, on a day known as Bloody Sunday during Ireland's War of Independence.
The duchess clearly made the most of her Ireland trip - and looked stunning in the process!