Meghan Markle Breaks Protocol By Sharing Views On Abortion At Garden Party


And while we wouldn't expect anything less from the new royal, who's quickly become a fashion icon, we can't help but marvel at the different styles she's managed to serve in such a short time.

After attending Prince Louis' christening on Monday and the centenary of the Royal Air Force the following day, newlyweds the Duke and Duchess of Sussex paused for breath, and then flew to Dublin for a two-day official engagement.

The well-wisher recalled about the fun communication that she had shared with the royal couple in Dublin, recently.

In less than no time, Meghan had transformed, pulling her hair down from her earlier bun into loose waves and changing into a black trousers suit with a white shirt underneath.

Students and tourists flocked to the Irish capital's Trinity College, screaming and shouting to greet the royal couple, who were on their first official trip overseas as a married couple.

"What Meghan said was in no way rabid or sensational and hardly surprising; she is a modern royal and we know that she has modern beliefs, but a subtle game has to be played to preserve her neutrality".

The Duchess of Sussex is talented AF! Her dress - particularly the classic Roland Mouret piece she wore yesterday to the Aras an Uachtarain in Ireland.

The revelation came to light when fans asked her regularmake up artist, Daniel Martin, about one of the particular make up looks during the trip.

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

He said: "I didn't [do the makeup] but she's so good herself, right?" Meghan donned a sharp tailored black suit, patent court shoes and a simple white t-shirt, finishing the look with a black clutch bag. She, too, was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

On Wednesday, during the couple's final day of their tour, Meghan and Harry took part in two separate visits before the lunch hour even began.

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