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Meghan Markle starts day two in Dublin wearing Roland Mouret

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 5 days ago Sabrina Carder

a person standing in front of a car © Provided by Evening Standard Limited After dazzling in three ensembles the day before, The Duchess of Sussex stepped out shortly after 9.30am on Wednesday in yet another sophisticated number to commence her first full day in Ireland. 

Meghan was joined by Prince Harry as they started their jam-packed schedule of their first official overseas visit as a married couple, which started with meeting Irish President, Michael D. Higgins, his wife, Sabina, and their two Bernese Mountain dogs in Aras, Dublin.

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For the occasion, Meghan donned a chic stone grey dress, which featured her signature boatneck neckline, a silhouette which she has continued to sport since her wedding day.

The Duchess of Sussex with one of President Michael D Higgins' dogs at Aras an Uachtarain on the second day of the royal visit to Dublin, Ireland. © Clodagh Kilcoyne/PA Wire/PA Images The Duchess of Sussex with one of President Michael D Higgins' dogs at Aras an Uachtarain on the second day of the royal visit to Dublin, Ireland. The tight-fitting dress, designed by French fashion designer Roland Mouret, also boasted a feminine ruffle cascading down the side.

The Duchess of Sussex arrives to meet the President of Ireland, Michael Higgins, at Aras an Uachtarain in Dublin, Ireland. © Matt Crossick/Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment The Duchess of Sussex arrives to meet the President of Ireland, Michael Higgins, at Aras an Uachtarain in Dublin, Ireland. Mouret is a personal friend of Meghan's and was a front runner as one of the rumoured royal wedding dress designers.

Although he didn't design the historic bridal gownin the end the historic item was created by Clare Waight Keller, artistic director of Givenchythe 36-year-old did wear one of Mouret's designs, almost identical to the one she wore on her Irish visit, on the eve of her wedding as she arrived at Clivedon House with her mum, Doria Ragland.

MeghanMarkle wearing Roland Mouret on the eve of her wedding (Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard Limited MeghanMarkle wearing Roland Mouret on the eve of her wedding (Getty Images) On Wednesday, however, The Duchess finished the look with a large handbag by Fendi and matching pointed court shoes. As well as pair of diamond $12,000 (£9,060.42) statement earrings by Canadian brand Birks. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arriving to meet Michael Higgin (PA) © Provided by Evening Standard Limited The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arriving to meet Michael Higgin (PA) The Duchess also favoured her signature bun, a hairstyle which has become her go-to.

With a busy day of engagements ahead of them as the couple soak up Ireland's culture and heritage, this is just be the start of Meghan's Irish wardrobe.

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