Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive in Ireland on first worldwide trip

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Hello! Welcome to Fashionista.com, where it just so happens to be "Meghan Markle Wore a Thing" Week as we cover her fifth outfit over the past three days.

Do you like her style? Prince William formerly served as an RAF search-and-rescue pilot, while Prince Harry received helicopter training from the RAF during his time in the Army Air Corps.

Harry and Meghan arrived at Áras an Uachtaráin at around 9.30am on Wednesday.

But it was the designer behind Meghan's sleeveless, fitted look that stole the show.

A fashion magazine editor previously told WWD that the pair "clearly had an affection for each other" - and that certainly seems to be the case if Meghan's gushing Instagram posts are anything to go by. "She didn't have to write me a letter, but she did".

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And in a cosy selfie with the designer previous year, she wrote: 'Because lunch with @roland_mouret is the very best kind of lunch'.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex begin a two-day visit to the country's capital Dublin on Tuesday "at the request of her Majesty's Government" during a testing time for the United Kingdom's relationship with Europe.

It's the second and final day of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal tour of Ireland, but Meghan Markle has already impressed us with a myriad of spectacular outfits.

Markle revisited Givenchy with a high-waisted knit pencil skirt in a midi length, adorned with vintage-inspired buttons at the pockets. She teamed the gorgeous gray long-sleeve crepe frock with swingy ruffle detail from Roland Mouret with black suede Paul Andrew pumps, Fendi peekaboo bag and Birks snowflake earrings, complete with a polished low bun.

Ah, the life of a royal.

They then watched young Gaelic footballers and hurlers play traditional Irish sports at Croke Park, where Deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney helped explain the rules.

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