Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Newlyweds Harry and Meghan Undertake First Overseas Engagement

Newlyweds Harry and Meghan Undertake First Overseas Engagement

Meghan previously spoke about her relationship with him.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made waves as one of the few British royal couples to continue to show public displays of affection after saying "I do", and they certainly know how to keep the flame alive.

In what would be a significant breach in royal precedent, Meghan Markle reportedly praised Ireland's recent vote to legalize abortion in private conversations during a visit to Dublin this week. She paired that look with matching black pumps and a black clutch.

The Prince sported a crisp navy suit with an azure tie to represent Ireland's Presidential colours, while the fashion-conscious Duchess wore a grey Roland Mouret taupe dress and a pair of black heels.

It was worn for all royal christenings until 2008, when the Queen commissioned her dressmaker, Angela Kelly, to make a replica in order to preserve the original, the Palace said. The dress alone, Daily Mail reported, is estimated to be worth almost $2,000, while her earrings are estimated to be worth $9,000 and the Fendi bag at $5,100.

The former sports star said: 'I asked him, "so, is football coming home?" According to Charal, a fancier, more legible "Meghan" means that the duchess is projecting more of a "what you see is what you get" attitude since her marriage.

Harry and Meghan were in Ireland on Tuesday and Wednesday at the request of Her Majesty's Government.

Meanwhile, there are rumours that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning to have their own children soon.

Traditionally, members of the royal family are supposed to refrain from showing any political views and are not allowed to vote.

The duchess clearly made the most of her Ireland trip - and looked stunning in the process!

Daniel Martin was responsible for Meghan Markle's wedding day glow.

"Look at the publicity she has brought in run up to the wedding".

Like this: