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However, according to Irish Senator Catherine Noone, Meghan let it slip that she was "pleased" about Ireland voting to repeal the 8th amendment in May.

As the royal family member and Meghan Markle continued their trip to Dublin today, a few lucky fans were able to interact with the couple.

The former Suits actress looked smart for the visit, as she sported a pair of fitted black pants, which she teamed with a simple white t-shirt and a matching cropped blazer.

Both Harry and Meghan changed their outfits following a morning meeting with the Irish President, Michael D. Higgins and his wife. Just like the navy Roland Mouret "Barwick dress" she has worn before, the off-the-shoulder number featured an asymmetric neckline and a draped skirt with sculpted panels. However, there's one aspect of her look that always seems to get overshadowed: her stunning makeup.

In April, Meghan's Suits character Rachel Zane was written out of the show in emotional scenes, which mirrored her own real life romance.

The six godparents are all family or friends of Their Royal Highnesses.

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While it might not be a big deal for women to cross their legs usually, it's actually seen as a breach of protocol for Duchess'. 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 Duke and Duchess of Sussex had some sweet interactions with youngsters, with one little boy, 3-year-old Walter Cullen, reaching for Meghan's hair and even her face.

Late last month, she missed a service at St. Paul's Cathedral because she was feeling unwell, Buckingham Palace said.

Ireland's "First Pets", Bernese Mountain Dogs Síoda and Bród, gave the Duchess of Sussex a friendly sniff as the group posed for photographers and journalists outside the Georgian mansion. She, too, was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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


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