Style On Tour: The Duchess In Dublin
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit Ireland for their first royal tour as a married couple
12 July 2018
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We’re starting a "Style On Tour" series which follows fashionistas and stylish A-listers around the globe, as we feature both travel inspiration and how to dress for the destination.
This week it’s all about “The Duchess in Dublin” as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry jetted off to Ireland on official duties during their first royal tour together as a married couple.
As always, the Duchess of Sussex had an enviable wardrobe, as Meghan’s style shone in Ireland’s capital city, Dublin. From visiting local cultural attractions like Trinity College and a Gaelic Sports Festival, to mixing with Irish political figures and crowds of the public, we’ve got highlights from the newlywed’s royal tour, which include all of Meghan’s outfit details.
The beauty of the Emerald Isle never looked finer than on you, Meghan Markle….
We definitely don’t look like this when we step off a plane –although, it was only a short journey from London to Dublin and we’re pretty sure the royal couple travelled in style. The Duchess of Sussex honoured Ireland by dressing in an emerald green Givenchy skirt and sweater combination, styled with a Strathberry Midi Tote.
Whilst attending a reception at the British Embassy in Dublin, the Duchess of Cambridge stunned in a little black dress by Emilia Wickstead. Prince Harry agreed as he points proudly to his wife!
The royal tour continues as Harry and Meghan met with Ireland's President Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne at Áras an Uachtaráin, the President's official home and workplace. Meghan wore a boat neckline dress in taupe grey by Roland Mouret.
Next was a visit to Croke Park, the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association and a quick change into a sleek Givenchy pantsuit with a white-tee, as Meghan also let her hair loose into waves.
The couple also visited the Famine Memorial on the bank of the River Liffey and had a walk through the city’s cobbled streets on their way to Trinity College.