Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had a secret lunch in Dublin together

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had a secret lunch in Dublin together

Meghan Markle's charm clearly doesn't only work on Prince Harry. Back in November 2013, the former actress received the Bram Stoker Medal for Entertainment from the university's Philosophical Society, for her role as Rachel Zane on Suits. On Monday, Meghan sported three separate looks, proving she's mastered the art of the royal tour quick change. "I'd argue that's worth every penny", she told Entertainment Tonight.

Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now in Ireland undertaking their first official overseas trip as a married couple.

Markle has previously been critiqued on social media for her ill-fitting garments (her very wedding dress was unfortunately not spared) - and it appears her latest dress appearance did her no favors.

Being the best big sister to Prince Louis she could be, little Charlotte chose to take a pamphlet from Prince Louis's christening with her as a souvenir.

The christening came at the start of a busy week for the monarch, who is due to attend celebrations in London marking the centenary of the Royal Air Force Tuesday and to meet US President Donald Trump in Windsor on Friday.

On the second day of the royal tour, the 36-year-old met with the president- Michael D. Higgins at Aras an Uachtarain, dressed in a stunning grey design. Wickstead is a favorite designer of Kate Middleton, but this is one of the first times that Markle has worn of her designs for a public appearance after becoming a royal.

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"She's wanted children for a long time, yes".

Harry leaned in to say hello to Dylan Mahon, who grabbed the smiling prince's beard, as Meghan covered her mouth laughing.

But the real English Breakfast tea here is, that Martin didn't create this look for her.

And for those looking to get in touch with their inner royal, it turns out the answer is to draw inspiration from the duchess's handwriting.

It may seem odd for a father-in-law to do this, but, as Nicholl further explained, the royal family sees Meghan as "an ambassador" and want her to look and feel her best.

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