Published: Thu, July 12, 2018

Prince Harry says five kids is 'too many!' during Dublin walkabout

Prince Harry says five kids is 'too many!' during Dublin walkabout

And while there are many benefits that come with being a member of the royal family, there are some things that Meghan has had to give up.

She looked chic and summery in a sleeveless, belted dress by British designer Emilia Wickstead.

David Balfany, who was in Dublin with his family on holiday from America, said he had asked the duchess whether she would be attending the reunion of their alma mater Northwestern. And Meghan's been looking suited and booted throughout, stepping out in a fabulous array of designers, including Ralph Lauren, Roland Mouret, her favoured Givenchy, and...

Meghan and Harry touched down in Ireland on Tuesday for a two-day visit - their first tour as husband and wife. Her emerald green Givenchy dress hugged her wonderful figure perfectly, and she completed the look with her hair pulled back into a sleek bun. "I would love to have kids", he told The Telegraph.

On Wednesday, the Duchess of Sussex wore a glamorous black pantsuit suit from Givenchy ― the same fashion label that made her wedding dress ― on a visit to Croke Park in Ireland.

"Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex looked absolutely lovely on her wedding day and I have the utmost admiration and respect for her", she wrote.

"Pleasure to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to government buildings at the start of their visit to Ireland", Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Twitter, using the titles the Prince and the former Hollywood actress received on their marriage.

"She said she had not seen that before".

The pair went on to view the Book of Kells, an illuminated Latin manuscript of the Gospel, at Trinity College. And it seems that she was enlisted to curate the wardrobe for the royal couple's most recent appointments.

Fire or no fire, Meghan is giving everyone something to talk about with her Ireland trip.

They will meet Irish President Michael D. Higgins before visiting an Irish emigration museum, a technology startup hub and Trinity College, Ireland's oldest university.

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