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Meghan Markle STUNS in sleeveless sleek black gown during Ireland visit

Meghan Markle STUNS in sleeveless sleek black gown during Ireland visit

Earlier in the day, Meghan and Harry had landed in Ireland - with the Suits actress wowing in a stunning emerald Givenchy ensemble.

Harry's brother, William, The Duke of Cambridge, and his wife, Kate, The Duchess of Cambridge, were stood slightly in front of Harry and Meghan, along with The Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Royal and other family members.

"Meghan is known for wearing her hair in a looser and more relaxed style, but her hair today is much sleeker and more elegant, with a very tight ballerina-style knot in place of her usual messy bun".

The Duchess of Cambridge has been wearing outfits that err on the side of carbon copies, and that became abundantly clear during the Centenary of the Royal Air Force on Tuesday.

Meghan Markle must have some serious stamina!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan, have arrived in Dublin for their first official visit to Ireland.




A trio of F-35B Lightning II aircraft of 617 Squadron taking part in the RAF100 flypast over London to mark the centenary of the RAF.

Kate wore a pale mint Alexander McQueen design, while Meghan wore navy. Meetings with The President of Ireland, Michael Higgins, and with The Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, are both planned.

Harry, 33, a former captain in the British Army, and Meghan, 36, cheered the RAF just hours before they were scheduled to depart on Tuesday evening for Dublin, Ireland, for a 24-hour visit jam-packed with engagements, including an eagerly anticipated walkabout at Trinity College's Parliament Square on Wednesday.

One day you're shaking hands with the Archbishop of Canterbury at Prince Louis's christening, the next you're staring up at the sky to watch a military flyover at Buckingham Palace.

WPA Pool via Getty Images The royals observe the RAF 100th anniversary flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace on July 10 in London.

It was on April 1 1918 that the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service merged to create the RAF - the world's first independent air force.