Meghan Markle looks chic wearing a gray Roland Mouret dress in Ireland
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Ireland at the behest of Queen Elizabeth, and Meghan stunned once again with her elegant outfits.
Kensington Palace's official Twitter account shared snapshots of their day and showed the couple meeting with the President and First Lady at Áras an Uachtaráin.
On their second day in Dublin, Meghan chose a long-sleeved grey Roland Mouret creation with an asymmetrical hemline which she accessorized with a black Fendi handbag and matching black heels.
Mouret is a close friend of the Duchess, and it was rumored that he would design her wedding gown. Even though that didn't come to pass, Meghan wore a Mouret dress on the day before her wedding.
Her hair was swept back in a stylish bund, and she completed the outfit with a pair of diamond earrings. Read more on our Twitter @amomama_usa.
As reported by Hello Magazine, Harry and Meghan also rang the Peace Bell in Phoenix Park as part of the 20th anniversary of Northern Ireland's Good Friday peace agreement.
For their visit to Croke Park, Harper's Bazaar reported that Meghan chose a black Givenchy pantsuit with a white shirt and paired the business attire with black Sarah Flint heels.
She wore a Givenchy belt as well and was seen holding a matching fold-over clutch bag while Prince Harry looked dapper in a grey suit and white shirt, without a tie.
She let her hair loose this time around and kept her makeup to a minimum. The couple was also photographed while walking hand-in-hand.
According to People, it was her first time wearing a pair of pants since becoming an official member of the Royal Family back in May when she wed her prince.
Fans will recall that Meghan wore a Givenchy dress on her special day which featured a boatneck neckline; definitely, a go-to design if her recent outfits are anything to go by.