Three colours, three hairstyles and three dresses, it’s fair to say Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has had a very busy Tuesday.
The 36-year-old started the morning off in an elegant deep navy Dior dress as she attended a ceremony to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Air Force (RAF). The fit-and-flare dress featured a boatneck, full-length sleeves and a cinched waist. The modern, yet classic Audrey Hepburn-inspired look has fast become one of Meghan’s signature looks.
She styled the dress with a pair of nude pumps and a navy clutch, both by Dior. Her hat, which featured a pleated swirl, was by Stephen Jones. Meanwhile, Meghan wore her hair neatly tied back in a low chignon for the occasion.
Just a few hours later, in the early evening she touched down in Dublin with Prince Harry wearing a green Givenchy pencil skirt, costing £1,199 (A$2,143, US$1,588). She teamed the skirt with a fitted three-quarter top in the same colour. The colour choice was appropriate, too, as green is Ireland’s national colour.
Meghan accessorised with a brown Strathberry tote bag and tan suede pumps, styling her hair in a perfectly coiffed side bun. Meanwhile, Prince Harry looked dapper in a navy-blue suit, which he teamed with an olive-coloured tie.
Not done there, the duchess then changed into a chic black midi dress by New Zealand-born designer Emilia Wickstead (who has dressed the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge and the Countess of Wessex) with a square neckline for a garden party hosted by the British Ambassador to Ireland.
Meghan swapped her sleek side bun from earlier in the afternoon for relaxed loose waves, and finished off the look with black pumps and a matching clutch. Meanwhile, Harry looked smart in a navy-blue suit, matched with a burgundy tie for the occasion.
In a speech at the garden party, Harry reportedly said: “We’re so pleased to be here, for our first official international visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many!”
Meghan and Harry touched down in Ireland on Tuesday for a two-day visit — their first tour as husband and wife.