Meghan reveals what she misses about her old life

Angelo Anderson
July 13, 2018

So fans will be pleased to learn that Meghan hasn't forgotten her roots and who knows?

This is not the first time that Markle and Prince Harry shared a sweet moment with children during their trip to Ireland.

Naturally, a visit to the bell would not be complete with a good ol' ring, so Meghan and Harry were tasked with clanging it together (aww).

Since saying goodbye to her messy buns and crossbody bags, the former Suits actress has embraced an effortlessly chic royal approved wardrobe - one which comes with a hefty price tag.

For her meeting with Ireland's president, Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina, the Duchess wore a grey boatneck dress with an asymmetrical draped skirt by French designer Roland Mouret ($2,683).

The former Suits actress looked smart for the visit, as she sported a pair of fitted black pants, which she teamed with a simple white t-shirt and a matching cropped blazer.


A closer look at Meghan Markle's shoes.

He may not be a father just yet, but Prince Harry already has the finger wag down pat, the Duke of Sussex going into dad-mode during his first official trip as a newlywed to Ireland with Meghan Markle.

The 36-year-old royal even let her hair fall down in loose waves, and opted for a simple fold-over clutch by Givenchy in place of the larger Fendi bag she carried to the previous event. While at the park, Walter Kieran, 3, couldn't resist holding the Duchess of Sussex's locks.

Members of the royal family generally stay away from publicly expressing a political affiliation or view, which is why Noone's tweet created a bit of a mess for Markle.

Only Duchess Meghan could pull off polar opposite looks in a matter of hours. The suit, Daily Mail estimated, is worth about $3,300.

Daniel Martin, who did the Duchess of Sussex's makeup for the royal wedding, posted on Instagram that his famous client is a talented makeup artist in her own right.

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