Prince Harry, Meghan to reflect on Irish history on tour

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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.

For the christening, Meghan wore an olive green Ralph Lauren look that managed to expertly balance the tricky royal mix of pulling off looking both stylish and traditional at the same time.

Later the couple were treated to a garden party at British Ambassador Robin Barnett's official residence in Dublin.

Michelle Fanara went to high school with Markle and credits the Duchess of Sussex with helping her come into her own. 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.

Meghan Markle wore Roland Mouret for her Dublin trip.

Ready for their big moment, Meghan and Harry pulled the bell pull in unison, giving out one hearty ring-and then, uh, they weren't sure what to do.

Do you love seeing these two out and about??

On Wednesday the couple will visit Trinity College, where they will see the Book of Kells, one of Ireland's greatest cultural treasures. The 56-year-old, who has styled various celebrities, has said she knows "what she likes".

It was their first engagement on the second and final day of their pre-Brexit charm offensive in Ireland, which comes less than a month after Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the Emerald Isle.

The tot also started touching the Duchess' face, prompting Harry to jokingly scold the child by wagging his finger at the kid as Meghan giggled by his side.

But fear not: The duchess brought hairstylist George Northwood along for the trip; trust that she packed plenty of designer dresses too. To kick off the tour, the Duke and Duchess delve into the abundant history of Ireland with a visit to a Gaelic Sports Festival, Trinity College and meeting the President of Ireland.