July 11, 2018

Meghan Markle made her Royal airport debut in emerald green Givenchy outfit

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For her arrival in Ireland, Duchess Meghan opted for her wedding dress designer, Givenchy. The two-piece outfit consisted of a fitted top and skirt.

Kensington Palace shared an image of Meghan arriving in Ireland with her husband Prince Harry. The two were there for an official Royal visit.

A few hours after attending the Royal Air Force centennial in London, the Duchess of Sussex arrived in Dublin, Ireland with the Duke. This was their first Royal engagement abroad post-wedding.

The two are expected to experience Dublin's culture, history, especially local sports, the arts, and entrepreneurship. As she stepped out of the plane at Dublin City Airport, the couple was greeted by the Taoiseach, or Prime Minister, of Ireland, Leo Varadkar.

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Meghan wore an emerald/forest green Givenchy ensemble that caught the eye.

She opted for a fitted short sleeve top and midi-length pencil skirt that had pocket detailing at the waist. The pencil skirt retails for about $1,590.

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Meghan kept her hair in her signature bun and carried a $675 brown Strathberry tote bag. Her color scheme appears to be inspired by her host country, according to Royal expert Victoria Arbiter.

Even Harry managed to incorporate the color green into his look with an olive tie. The couple’s next stop after arriving in the country was a garden party at the residence of the British Ambassador to Ireland, Robin Barnett.

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There Harry delivered a speech. In March, the pair made an unannounced visit to Belfast, Northern Ireland before they got married.

Kensington Palace officially announced that the couple would make a trip to Ireland in mid-June. However, the trip was first rumored in March, when the couple was in Belfast on a pre-wedding tour.

Their first foreign tour as a married couple will be this fall. They will travel to Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and New Zealand.

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