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Prince Harry and Meghan arrived in Dublin on Tuesday, following their appearance with the rest of the royal family at the Royal Air Force centenary celebrations. The frock featured ruffle detail and a boatneck neckline, which has become Markle's signature royal style. "This man in a bathrobe said, 'I love to dress you, '" she said.

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

During their walkabout around campus, Meghan even reportedly told one fan that Dublin was her "favorite city", according to the DailyMail.

The Duchess of Sussex is now in the middle of her first-ever diplomatic trip to Ireland with husband, Prince Harry, where it has been revealed she has been doing her makeup entirely herself.

It will mark Meghan and Kate's first day out as a pair.

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 lovely couple worked up an appetite after spending the morning of their second day in Dublin paying visits to Trinity College and Croke Park.

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It's the first time the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex have carried out an official joint engagement, without their husbands. Her husband, meanwhile, opted for a semi-casual look in a white shirt, an unbuttoned gray jacket and matching trousers.

Ahead of the outing, Markle did a quick outfit change and emerged with a strikingly different look from her first.

To make a statement about anything political is against royal protocol, so the Duchess may have broken the rules by sharing her thoughts on the subject.

Getty Images The Duchess of Sussex at Croke Park.

Walter Kieran, 3, touches Meghan Markle's hair.

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