Prince Harry and Meghan visit Dublin in first trip as married couple

Carla Harmon
July 12, 2018

The fan, Elaine Adam-Stewart, spoke to Prince Harry about having kids!

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".

The Duchess began her day in a bespoke Dior little black dress that drew comparisons to her elegant white Givenchy wedding gown, due to its bateau neckline, fitted waist, and flared skirt.

Either way, despite having Wednesday her Prince, it seems Markle definitely isn't about to start shying away from topics she's passionate about-which gives us even more reason to love her.


No one seemed to mind the breaking of royal protocol on the second part of their two-day visit to Ireland.

PA Images via Getty Images The Duchess of Sussex wearing a chic dress by Roland Mouret and Birks earrings.

Harry said his grandmother has since spoken of the fantastic welcome she received.

During their whirlwind two-day visit, the royal couple also visited the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the Trinity College in Dublin, the Famine Memorial and the Irish Emigration Museum.


Noone met the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the British Ambassador's Residence in Dublin on Tuesday.

Noone was quick to backtrack on her tweet as many pointed out members of the royal family are required to refrain from making political statements. She paired the ensemble with another pair of suede pumps and a sleek and structured cognac Strathberry tote. "Of course, one step at a time and hopefully we'll start a family in the near future", he added. Earlier this year, when the #MeToo movement was turning award shows black, Kate Middleton attended the BAFTA in a bottle green gown giving a subtle nod to the black theme red carpet with a black belt around her then-pregnant belly.

Considering Martin's next post was at a launch in Los Angeles, we can safely assume that the Duchess has been keeping up her DIY beauty skills while on tour in Ireland.


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