Meghan Markle Breaks Protocol By Sharing Views On Abortion At Garden Party

Meghan Markle Breaks Protocol By Sharing Views On Abortion At Garden Party

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry smile to Walter Kieran, 3, who reached out to touch her hair on the pitch at Croke Park on the second day of their visit to Dublin, Ireland, Wednesday, July 11, 2018.

Serena is well established as one of her sport's all-time greats and winning the title for the third time in the last four years - she missed the 2017 tournament due to her pregnancy - would only enhance her standing.

Even in today's time, the most frequently asked question to all the newly-wed couples is still the same - When are they planning to have babies and it seems that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not an exception.

'In the case of Harry and Meghan she will be wearing high heels to maximise her height and shorten the gap if possible'.

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

"Do share her make up look please very please", begged an Instagram user.

To initiate the visit - and the pair's first overseas engagement as a married couple - Prince Harry gave a four-minute speech at Glencairn in Sandyford remarking on the unique relationship between the United Kingdom and Ireland. The boat neck dress featured an asymmetrical skirt and she accessorised her outfit with diamond drop earrings.

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Meghan Markle made a decision to do her own make up on a recent royal tour of Ireland rather than opting for her usual make up artist, Daniel Martin.

Roland's words mirror those of Givenchy designer Clare Waight Keller, who designed the former actress' wedding dress.

Getty Images The Duchess of Sussex at Croke Park.

A closer look at Meghan Markle's shoes.

Sarah Rafferty - who plays Donna Paulsen in the drama - said: "It was a wonderful moment to get to see [Meghan] on that day and in that moment".

She went on to critique the fit - particularly cutting words, coming from a couture designer - suggesting her dress was too loose.

At Trinity College Dublin, a college founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, over 1,000 local residents and tourists braved the rains and waited for more than two hours for a face-to-face meeting and hand-shaking chances with the royal couple.

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