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Meghan Markle Stuns In Black Dior To Mark RAF's 100th Anniversary Celebrations

11 July 2018
Meghan Markle Stuns In Black Dior To Mark RAF's 100th Anniversary Celebrations

"This look also shows the neckline of her dress beautifully; she clearly likes the combination of a bateau neckline, a fascinator and an up "do". Meghan wowed in a black cocktail dress which was teamed with a matching clutch and heels.

Of course, Meghan looked absolutely stunning as she strutted down the airport runway wearing the green Givenchy dress.

The choice of Ireland for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first official foreign trip holds special significance given the impact of Brexit on the Irish border and the Queen's focus on strengthening British-Irish relations.

This look comes after the Duchess wore a green ensemble to arrive in Ireland.

The Queen, Meghan, Harry, Kate, Wills, Camilla and Princess Anne were seen arriving at Westminster Abbey for a memorial service before a flypast this morning.

"I think it looks very smart".

These include Operation Ruman - the UK's humanitarian assistance operation in the aftermath of hurricane Irma which hit the Caribbean in September 2017 - and the RAF's Quick Reaction Alert Typhoon Aircraft, providing a United Kingdom air defence capability 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle joined the princes for a service at Westminster Abbey.

Fresh from Prince Louis's christening yesterday, the royal foursome arrived at the iconic landmark for a service celebrating the RAF's history.

There's no time to rest for the Royal couple, with the pair heading straight to a meeting with the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar before attending a Summer Party at the British Ambassador's Residence, where The Duke of Sussex is set to give a speech.

As part of their two-day visit, the duke and duchess will visit Croke Park, Ireland's largest sporting arena and the country's main Gaelic football stadium, as well as the Irish Emigration Museum, Trinity College Dublin and a small start-up called DogPatch Labs.