While earlier in the morning Meghan swept her hair into her trademark up-do, she opted to alter her hairstyle as the day went on, instead wearing it down and styling it into loose waves.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now on their first official visit to Ireland. Either way, despite having Wednesday her Prince, it seems Markle definitely isn't about to start shying away from topics she's passionate about-which gives us even more reason to love her.
Despite the fashion faux pas, Markle continued her chic tour of Ireland as she joined Prince Harry to meet with the country's president, Michael Higgins, and his wife, Sabina Coyne, at their residence. The frock featured ruffle detail and a boatneck neckline, which has become Markle's signature royal style. There, she sported a Givenchy pantsuit - which also marked the first time she's worn trousers to an official outing as a duchess - and finished the look off with a pair of Sarah Flint pumps, a Givenchy logo-buckle belt, and a coordinated Givenchy clutch.
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Ahead of the outing, Markle did a quick outfit change and emerged with a strikingly different look from her first.
The royal couple's visit reached a climax on the second day when the local residents were allowed to have a direct interaction with the couple upon their visits to Trinity College Dublin and the Irish Emigration Museum. While at the park, Walter Kieran, 3, couldn't resist holding the Duchess of Sussex's locks.