Meghan Markle brushes rumours of controversy aside by wearing Emilia Wickstead

The duchess dazzled in an emerald green Givenchy dress as she arrived in Ireland

The duchess dazzled in an emerald green Givenchy dress as she arrived in Ireland

However, the cheeky youngster was obviously very curious about the new Duchess and went against royal etiquette when he reached out to touch her hair.

But it was the designer behind Meghan's sleeveless, fitted look that stole the show. Her footwear selection was in the same color family as the classic Dior heels she wore at the centenary event this morning, which contrasted with a midnight-blue dress by the same luxury fashion house.

MEGHAN Markle has been accused of breaking royal protocol during a conversation with officials in Ireland.

During their short trip to Ireland, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had a packed itinerary, including a trip to Croke Park.

Woops! Meghan Markle forgot to take the plastic off the bottom of her purse when she touched down in Ireland on July 11. Little Walter also couldn't help but touch her face, just to make sure she was really, truly there.

Duchess Meghan wore a black, sleeveless, tea-length Emilia Wickstead dress for a reception at the British amassador's residence.

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The Duchess wore the chic number to a garden party as part of her first official trip overseas with Prince Harry.

Since becoming the Duchess of Sussex and marrying her Prince in May, Meghan Markle's life has drastically changed.

After a couple of hours, Senator Noone, who met the couple at a party thrown at the home of the British ambassador, deleted both tweets.

The Duchess of Sussex has today captured hearts and won over a nation as she tickled children, joked with a president and played with dogs on her whirlwind tour of Ireland.

They will also visit some of the city's main cultural attractions, including Ireland's oldest university, Trinity College, and Croke Park, where British troops opened fire on a crowd almost a century ago, on a day known as Bloody Sunday during Ireland's War of Independence.

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