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Meghan Markle brushes rumours of controversy aside by wearing Emilia Wickstead

11 July 2018, 06:17 | Myron Mathis

Harry and Meghan meet local dignitaries

Harry and Meghan meet local dignitaries

The rumoured issue arose when following the royal wedding in May, The Daily Mail reported the British designer allegedly made comments about Markle's Givenchy by Clare Waight Keller wedding gown being very similar to a Wickstead-designed gown and also around the fit of the gown.

Well-connected Meghan has a close bond with the French designer and, as well as choosing his glamorous designs for red carpet appearances, Meghan has given him a string of social media shout-outs.

The royal couple will meet Irish President Michael Higgins and the head of government, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on their first visit outside the United Kingdom since their wedding in May, the Irish Times reported.

To finish the summer-ready aesthetic, she took sartorial cues from the Duchess of Cambridge and recycled the £490 Aquazzura shoes she wore for the Queen's Young Leaders Awards. It was certainly a subtle swap behind the scenes as it went completely unnoticed. "Her wedding dress was quite loose".

The couple visited Croke Park for their second event, greeting and cheering on athletes as a part of the Gaelic Athletic Association.


Prince Harry, Meghan Markle (now the Duchess of Sussex), as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, stepped out together just one day after they all showed up to two-month-old Prince Louis' christening.

This morning's service marked the start of a busy day for Harry and Meghan, who were subsequently whisked off to Buckingham Palace and later flew to Ireland to kick-start their first overseas engagement since tying the knot.

The Duchess of Sussex changed into her third outfit of the day, arriving at a summer garden party hosted by Britain's Ambassador to Ireland in a LBD.

The programme will include official meetings with The President of Ireland, Michael Higgins, and with The Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.

Other visits include DogPatch Labs to meet youth learning coding through free workshops.



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