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Here's Proof That Meghan Markle's Signature Is Getting Fancier

12 July 2018
Here's Proof That Meghan Markle's Signature Is Getting Fancier

After a dinner in honour of the fashion tycoon, she wrote: 'So much love for you @roland_mouret - love your dresses to the moon and back, but love you even more #fashion #favouritedesigner'.

Ever the protective husband, Prince Harry then jokingly wagged his finger at the little boy as he playfully scolded him, as Meghan laughed and smiled.

After arriving at Dublin City Airport, Harry and Meghan were due to meet with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

The royal couple sent out heartwarming cards to their fans and well-wishers. Brod is a male and Sioda is a female.

Harry said his grandmother has since spoken of the fantastic welcome she received. Brod and Sioda made their way over to them and stayed with the prince and duchess nearly the entire time of the visit.

After Emilia Wickstead's criticism of the Duchess of Sussex's Givenchy wedding gown, many royal watchers assumed that the New Zealand-born, London-based designer would not be given any more design commissions from the royal family.

The gorgeous Meghan Markle carries every style with elegance and class and her transformation is to be appreciated from a glamorous Hollywood actress to a royal princess.

After around 20 minutes, the duke and duchess waved one last time before departing by vehicle. Another dog that the duchess rescued is now staying with a friend in the U.S.

"You know, one step at a time", Harry said in an interview following the couple's November engagement. "She is just exactly what you see on TV".

Meghan added to the conversation saying, "They were laying on my feet during tea!"

They're the COOL Duke and Duchess of Sussex-who continue to defy royal protocol in understated, endearing ways.

The British royals are expected to be neutral at all times.

RSVP, one of Ireland's most popular celebrity magazines, ran a live blog of the visit on Tuesday which was also the top story on the website of the Irish Independent, the country's highest selling daily newspaper.