Harry and Meghan visit Dublin: Duchess not afraid to shake off protocol

Royal fever gripped Dublin as Prince Harry and Meghan made their way through the capital, taking time to, as the royal couple put it, "meet as many Irish people as possible".

Prince Harry paid tribute on Tuesday to Britain's complex and "at times tragic" shared history with Ireland, at the start of a two-day visit to Dublin with his wife Meghan, their first trip overseas since their wedding in May.

For the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force the following day, Markle wore a midnight blue Christian Dior dress that was very Audrey Hepburn-esque, down to the bracelet sleeves and - you guessed it - boat-neck.

The Duchess of Sussex wowed the emerald isle on hertwo-day official trip to Ireland with husband Prince Harry and we have been totally obsessed with her outfits.

According to the Evening Standard, designer Mouret is close friends with the duchess and was rumoured to be one of the top contenders to design her wedding dress.

The newly Wednesday royal couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got engaged past year and soon after that there was an obvious change in Meghan's style and wardrobe.

Markle has been wearing several classic dresses, often with boat necklines, so opting for a pantsuit is quite a change of pace from her usual royal style.

"I do not think that her wedding dress was a copy of any of our designs". To the delight of Meghan's Canadian fans, and a handsome nod to her former home base, the Duchess of Sussex donned two designs by Maison Birks .

The giant stadium in Dublin is the home of Ireland's largest sporting organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association. The 56-year-old, who has styled various celebrities, has said she knows "what she likes". She paired the look with a black handbag and a pair of simple black pumps.

Photos from one part of the visit caused a bit of a stir, with many pointing out the ridiculous quantity of water bottles - all 14 of them - laid out for the duke and duchess.

Stormy Daniels arrested in Ohio, lawyer says
Emmys 2018: Game Of Thrones Leads With 22 Nominations