"There's word on the street", Williams said when asked if Meghan would attend the final.
Chloe Mullins, 19, clocked the Duke and Duchess of Sussex greeting fans in the Irish Republic and sized the opportunity to give them a very personal present. Being of the royal family, the newlyweds are familiar with bell-ringing etiquette (I imagine), but that didn't prevent an awkward moment post-clang.
For her meeting with Ireland's president, Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina, the Duchess wore a grey boatneck dress with an asymmetrical draped skirt by French designer Roland Mouret ($2,683).
In what has to be one of the least-surprising news items of the week in regards to the British press, they are already having a field day over some of Meghan Markle's supposed comments as to how much she misses Suits. And on Wednesday, during her visit to Dublin, one of HELLO!'s readers spotted before anyone else that Meghan had in fact made a decision to wear the same design - only in a different colour. This was followed up by another, which said: "I should say she seemed pleased-she was interested and very measured, not political at all".
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"You are so talented", one person wrote, while another said "Congrats on them keeping your attractive tribute". The Duchess of Cambridge was called out by many for not joining the movement.
Though that chapter of her life has closed, it sounds like Markle has impressed the public since assuming her newest duties as a duchess.
Their jam-packed itinerary included meetings with the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Irish President Michael D. Higgins, where they cuddled up to his two attractive Bernese Mountain dogs.
She also sported some designer accessories during the trip, including a Fendi bag worth £2,890.
The royal couple then visited the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the scene of the Bloody Sunday massacre committed by British troops against civilians in 1920.