Meghan Markle wears special Roland Mouret dress out in Dublin

The royal couple sent out heartwarming cards to their fans and well-wishers

The royal couple sent out heartwarming cards to their fans and well-wishers

Another day, another three head turning outfits for the most stylist royal of all, Meghan Markle.

Later that day, the Duchess changed into a belted black cocktail dress by designer Emilia Wickstead for a reception at the British Embassy in Dublin. For the first time since she became a duchess, Meghan cut a stylish figure in a Givenchy pantsuit, which featured fitted black pants paired with a matching blazer and a white shirt.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex meet President Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne at Aras an Uachtarain during their visit to Ireland on July 11, 2018 in Dublin, Ireland.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had some sweet interactions with youngsters, with one little boy, 3-year-old Walter Cullen, reaching for Meghan's hair and even her face. The Duchess of Sussex met with the heads of state in a gray bateau neck (her fave!) Roland Mouret dress with asymmetrical draping at the waist.

The royal couple sent out heartwarming cards to their fans and well-wishers.

Many are wondering if and when Prince Harry and the Duchess will be having kids soon.

On Wednesday, while visiting Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland, Markle shook things up by donning a chic Givenchy pantsuit that proved she isn't afraid to deviate from the dresses that have become synonymous with royal fashion.

Then, there's the series of loose fitting dresses Meghan stepped out wearing over the past few weeks.

Harry and Meghan make for one stunning couple as they attend a summer party at the British ambassador's residence at Glencairn House.

Speaking about the relationship between England and Ireland, Harry said: "I have the greatest confidence that the friendship, collaboration and mutual understanding that our two countries have built up over the years will endure and it will grow". In that interview, he said that the Queen's pooches demonstrated they "were immediately fond of her".

Fire or no fire, Meghan is giving everyone something to talk about with her Ireland trip.

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