July 13, 2018

Meghan Markle stuns in little black dress during first international Royal trip

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The Duchess of Sussex looked stunning during a Royal visit to Ireland. There she wore a little black dress by Emilia Wickstead.

Kensington Royal reported on the international two-day trip which is the first one for Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry since they married. There they met people from across the country that are shaping Ireland’s future.

Duchess Meghan, 36, attended a garden party at the British Ambassadors official residence in Dublin on Tuesday. There she wore a black dress by Emilia Wickstead.

Wickstead made headlines after Meghan’s wedding to Prince Harry when reports claimed she said the Royal‘s Givenchy wedding gown resembled one of her own bridal designs

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The designer responded to the rumors saying, “I am extremely saddened by commentary that has appeared in the press and online over the past few days.”

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“Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex looked absolutely beautiful on her wedding day and I have the utmost admiration and respect for her,” Wickstead added.

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Meghan has worn Wickstead’s designs in the past, for the Westminster service on Anzac Day in April. After arriving in Dublin on Tuesday afternoon, the pair had a private meeting with the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

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The garden party they attended afterward was held at Glencairn, the residence of Robin Barnett, Britain’s Ambassador to Ireland. Prince Harry reportedly gave a speech, according to royal correspondents on Twitter.

He said, “We’re so pleased to be here, for our first official international visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many!” The Prince added that standing there on that beautiful evening was easy to see why Ireland had such a special place in the hearts of his family and all those who came there.

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