Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, slipped into a slinky green ensemble to arrive in Dublin.
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Meghan wore the country’s national colour in a predictable move.
Women with diplomatic roles such as Kate Middleton and Melania Trump often take to this tactic when visiting foreign countries.
Meghan’s outfit appeared to consist of a simple long sleeve t-shirt.
She then added a green pencil skirt by Givency worth over £1,000.
The skirt has two large pockets with protruding buttons, which did not flatter Meghan’s slim frame.
She added beige suede shoes and a brown leather handbag from Strathberry which costs £475.
Meghan’s earrings appeared to be by Vanessa Tugendhaft. The earrings cost £664.09 and are made from diamonds and 18K pink gold.
Her hair was swept into a chic bun with a side parting.
Prince Harry beamed as he walked across the tarmac with his wife.
He wore a navy suit with a white shirt and olive green tie.
The Duchess of Sussex wore a a black dress which featured a bataeu neckline and a full A line skirt.
She completed the outfit with a black fascinator and nude pointed-toe stilettos.
Her hair was tied back into a tight chignon and a matching black clutch bag finished off the look.
Yesterday Meghan Markle wore Ralph Lauren for Prince Louis’ christening.
Meghan’s bag was from a brand she has already worn.
In fact, the Duchess of Sussex chose the brand for her first ever outing with Prince Harry.
She wore the Strathberry midi tote in tan, which costs £475.
The ‘Patch Pocket’ skirt is by Givenchy and costs £1,105.
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