Meghan, wearing a dark green Givenchy dress which appeared to have been chosen with Ireland's national colour in mind, and Prince Harry, in a dark suit and green tie, met Varadkar shortly after touching down in Dublin airport.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are on day 2 of their Ireland duties, and they cut quite the fashionable looks on Wednesday.
On day two of her Ireland trip, Meghan returned to one of her favorite styles: the boatneck dress. At the request of Her Majesty's government, the couple embarked on their first official visit as newlyweds.
Ireland's "First Pets", Bernese Mountain Dogs Síoda and Bród, gave the Duchess of Sussex a friendly sniff as the group posed for photographers and journalists outside the Georgian mansion.
"Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex looked absolutely lovely on her wedding day and I have the utmost admiration and respect for her".
She went on to critique the fit - particularly cutting words, coming from a couture designer - suggesting her dress was too loose. She complemented the look with a low bun and a pair of black pumps. "The Duchess and I had a chat about the recent referendum - she watched with interest and was pleased with the result". A boat-neck, sleeveless column falling to mid shin, it skimmed rather than clung and looked sensational on her.
No word yet if the official duties of the Duchess of Sussex will involve meeting more of her adoring four-legged subjects.
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