Published: Fri, July 13, 2018

The Cost Of Meghan Markle's Ireland Wardrobe

The Cost Of Meghan Markle's Ireland Wardrobe

In a now-deleted tweet, Noone said the duchess had "watched with interest and was pleased to see the result".

As a young boy posed for pictures alongside the Duchess of Sussex, the kid chose to play with Meghan's hair.

It was definitely a departure from the dresses and skirts she has worn since she joined the royal family.

In what would be a significant breach in royal precedent, Meghan Markle reportedly praised Ireland's recent vote to legalize abortion in private conversations during a visit to Dublin this week.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now on their first official visit to Ireland.


Of course, Meghan and Harry aren't footing the bill: Prince Charles pays for all clothing out of his $28 million Duchy of Cornwall income. The Duchess also wore Givenchy on her wedding day and for her debut solo event with the Queen. She paired the ensemble with another pair of suede pumps and a sleek and structured cognac Strathberry tote.

Meghan Markle may have supported a recently passed referendum in Ireland that legalizes abortion. She once again picked a black dress, this time by Emilia Wickstead and teamed the sleeveless, square neckline outfit with a matching broad belt and Aquazzura heels.

Naturally, a visit to the bell would not be complete with a good ol' ring, so Meghan and Harry were tasked with clanging it together (aww). She said that while Meghan needs to avoid "crossing the line" with her comments, royal protocol is "becoming more relaxed" in the 21st century, due to the British royal family's desire to "be seen as making a difference".

It happened during her first official visit to Ireland, along with her new husband, Prince Harry. 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.

Like this: