Meghan Markle wears taupe-gray Roland Mouret dress for Dublin visit

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At the event, Meghan raised a glass of champagne for a toast - before placing the drink to her lips.

"She loved all the old classics, and Harry had the brilliant idea of starting a little library of first editions for Louis, Charlotte, and George to enjoy as they get older".

According to Time Magazine, following Markle's appearance, Irish Senator Catherine Noone tweeted she had "had a chat" with her about the recent referendum that got rid of Ireland's ban on abortion. For this occasion, Markle let her hair down (literally) in loose, beachy waves, paired with a black power suit and black leather pumps-a daring choice for grassy areas, but no word on any stumbles yet.

While visiting Ireland with her new husband, Prince Harry, Meghan stopped to talk to members of the public after visiting the Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin.

The Duchess of Sussex is talented AF!

Harry and Meghan were in Ireland on Tuesday and Wednesday at the request of Her Majesty's Government.

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To meet with President Michael Higgins the next day, the Duchess sported a fitted Roland Mouret sheath dress with a ruffle embellishment on the skirt and the bateau neckline she appears to favor.

The original gown has been worn for all Royal christenings since, including The Queen, her children and her grandchildren. "She's a breath of fresh air in the Royal Family".

Meghan Markle is in Dublin for a whirlwind two days of engagements. The dress alone, Daily Mail reported, is estimated to be worth almost $2,000, while her earrings are estimated to be worth $9,000 and the Fendi bag at $5,100.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are greeted by Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar (right) at Government Buildings during their visit to Dublin, Ireland.

It may seem odd for a father-in-law to do this, but, as Nicholl further explained, the royal family sees Meghan as "an ambassador" and want her to look and feel her best.

But the real English Breakfast tea here is, that Martin didn't create this look for her.