The royal family, hundreds of celebrity guests such as David Beckham, George Clooney, Oprah Winfrey, Priyanka Chopra and millions of viewers across the globe witnessed the grand wedding in the quaint English town.
She looked chic and summery in a sleeveless, belted dress by British designer Emilia Wickstead. She's a breath of fresh air in the Royal family'.
It's the second and final day of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal tour of Ireland, but Meghan Markle has already impressed us with a myriad of spectacular outfits. Just like the navy Roland Mouret "Barwick dress" she has worn before, the off-the-shoulder number featured an asymmetric neckline and a draped skirt with sculpted panels.
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The trip to Ireland is the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first trip overseas as a married couple.
Not done there, the duchess then changed into a more casual ensemble for the couple's visit to the city's famous Croke Park to see some of the traditional sports of the country.
Heather Nicell also from Dublin said: 'Meghan is a great role model for women, she is very likeable and relatable'. "The Duchess and I had a chat about the recent referendum - she watched with interest and was pleased with the result". But given how comfortable the royal couple is with children, they all had a laugh about it, with Harry pretending to scold the adorable tot.
But fear not: The duchess brought hairstylist George Northwood along for the trip; trust that she packed plenty of designer dresses too. Meghan and Harry both have a soft spot for their canine companions, as they showed during day two of their tour while meeting with Irish President Michael Hoggins, and his wife, Sabina Coyne .
After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said their farewells to President Michael Higgins, his wife Sabina and their affectionate canines, they were off to visit Trinity College, Croke Park, Aras an Uachtarain, and the starvation memorial.