Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive in Ireland for tour

Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive in Ireland for tour

The Duchess of Sussex was the protagonist of a royal blunder on Tuesday evening when she landed at Dublin Airport carrying a bag still sporting wrapping on the protective studs on its underside.

This is the second official flypast in two month as the royals celebrated the Trooping the Colour in honor of Queen Elizabeth's birthday in early June.

But while arriving at the Royal Air Force Westminster Abbey service on Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess opted for a close but coy gesture of affection in public, with Meghan holding tightly onto her husband's arm during their arrival.

The Duchess, 36, paired the fitted and flared dress with a navy headpiece from milliner Stephen Jones, just hours after dividing fans in olive green Ralph Lauren at Prince Louis' christening at St James' Palace.

Meghan and Harry are officially in Ireland.

. "The Queen would have approved that trip, she would have made sure she was happy with the itinerary".

Meghan replied: "I'll come back and look out for the first female bust".

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But Meghan, Britain's new Duchess of Sussex, doesn't play by the normal fashion rules as she has been displaying a number of global brands during her myriad recent public appearances.

For a touch of "Markle Sparkle", she showcased loose curls (after having worn her locks in a slick side bun throughout the day) and donned earrings by her go-to Canadian jeweller, Birks.

Senior members of the Royal family then moved to the balcony at Buckinham Palace to view a flypast of the largest concentration of military aircraft in the skies of London.

Meghan Markle in Dior at Westminster Abbey to celebrate 100 years of the Royal Air Force, July 2018.

Over the course of the trip, Their Royal Highnesses will meet the people of Dublin and will visit organisations which are central to Irish life.

The couple will also attend a garden party at the British ambassador's residence, and attend official meetings with the Irish president, Michael Higgins, and Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

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