Because she is now part of the royal family, the former Meghan Markle is discouraged from voicing their opinions on social and political issues, but she has appeared to have inadvertently done that while in Ireland with Prince Harry.
While some Meghan Markle fans might be desperate for another splash of color like the marigold Brandon Maxwell sheath she wore last week, the duchess has been sporting neutrals and dark, deep tones with her latest looks. Noted dog-lover Meghan, who wore a Roland Mouret dress, spent time with the President's mountain dogs.
Meghan is all smiles as she's showered with flowers from royal well- wishers while on a visit to Parliament Square at Trinity College. "The Duchess and I had a chat about the recent referendum - she watched with interest and was pleased with the result".
Duchess Meghan exuded elegance and sophistication, and rightly so.
And during Harry and Meghan's interview with the BBC, after announcing their engagement in November 2017, Harry said the couple plan to "start a family in the near future".
The royal couple also visited the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the scene of the Bloody Sunday massacre committed by British troops against civilians in 1920 during their Ireland trip. A boat-neck, sleeveless column falling to mid shin, it skimmed rather than clung and looked sensational on her.
The duchess clearly made the most of her Ireland trip - and looked stunning in the process! To wrap up the royal tour, the Duchess of Sussex and her husband are expected to meet with female tech entrepreneurs and join a celebration for the city of Cork's free computer programming clubs, People magazine reports.