Meghan Markle teases toddler who stroked her hair on Ireland visit

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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". For this occasion, Markle let her hair down (literally) in loose, beachy waves, paired with a black power suit and black leather pumps-a daring choice for grassy areas, but no word on any stumbles yet. They included friends and family members of the couple, but no siblings.

Before long, Meghan had made another style swap into what might have been her most daring (and fabulous) outfit of the whole trip - a black pantsuit!

The Queen and Prince Philip won't attend the christening.

"Please join me in praying for him and his family on this special day".

Prince Harry, however, was not asked to be Louis' godfather.

The Lily Font, which was commission by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1840 and used for every christening since, and water from the River Jordan were used during the baptism. The political couple have two big, handsome Bernese Mountain Dogs at home, with which Meghan and Harry took some time to pet and cuddle during their visit to the presidential residence, Aras an Uchatarain.

She also traded in her large handbag from the morning for a black clutch purse, but despite being outdoors and on a grassy field, Meghan continued to rock black heels.

Kate wore a V-neck dress with puff sleeves that fashion trackers at What Kate Wore identified as being from Alexander McQueen, her go-to fashion house. But don't worry, he had a giant smile on his face and it was all in good fun. And while it was certainly the royal baby's special day, it was his three-year-old big sister, Princess Charlotte, who really stole the show.

It was worn for all royal christenings until 2008, when the Queen commissioned her dressmaker, Angela Kelly, to make a replica in order to preserve the original, the Palace said.