It’s been a whirlwind couple of days for Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, starting with Prince Louis’ christening on Monday, followed by the RAF centenary celebrations and now her first overseas tour with her new husband.
Meghan, 36, kicked off her second day in Ireland, sporting a grey Roland Mouret dress for a visit to the official residence of President Michael D Higgins.
The duchess looked stunning in the flattering frock, which featured a boatneck and an asymmetrical skirt. The modern, yet classic Audrey Hepburn-inspired look has fast become one of Meghan’s signature looks.
She accessorised the look with black heels and a matching Fendi handbag, along with a pair of diamond earrings. Meanwhile, Meghan wore her hair neatly tied back in a low chignon for the occasion.
But, the couple were all smiles when their important meeting with the president was interrupted by his two pet dogs.
Not done there, the duchess then changed into a more casual ensemble for the couple’s visit to the city’s famous Croke Park to see some of the traditional sports of the country. For the first time since she became a duchess, Meghan cut a stylish figure in a Givenchy pantsuit, which featured fitted black trousers paired with a matching blazer and a white shirt.
Meghan swapped her sleek side bun from earlier in the day for relaxed loose waves, and finished off the look with black pumps and a matching clutch. Meanwhile, Harry looked dapper in a grey suit with a matching white shirt for the occasion.
Meghan and Harry touched down in Ireland on Tuesday for a two-day visit — their first tour as husband and wife. On Monday, Meghan sported three separate looks, proving she’s mastered the art of the royal tour quick change.