Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, rocked many looks during Ireland visit

Meghan cut a stylish figure in a Givenchy pantsuit, meanwhile Prince Harry looked dapper in a grey suit.

While the British royals are careful, but not always successful, in keeping their thoughts private, Meghan wasn't at fault when her feelings on the abortion issue were made public, according to royal biographer Robert Lacey.

Later the couple were treated to a garden party at British Ambassador Robin Barnett's official residence in Dublin.

Before her acting career, at age 12, Markle became an activist after seeing a dish soap commercial she felt was sexist.

Meghan stuns in a chic black Givenchy suit while Harry rocks a simple grey suit.

Meghan Markle, 36, has made some huge sacrifices since becoming the Duchess of Sussex from her ever-changing fashion sense to deleting her social media account, but it's her life on the small screen that she misses the most. "The Duchess and I had a chat about the recent referendum - she watched with interest and was pleased with the result".

Earlier in the day, Harry and Meghan also greeted members of the public at the city's Croke Park, where they both engaged with young fans.

Prince Harry also put on a new set of clothes as he arrived at the athletics ground, sporting a more casual grey blazer and a white shirt, which he wore open collared.

This look carried her through the day to three different events - for a crash course in Gaelic games at Croke Park, followed by a brief tour of the Book of Kells and a visit to the Famine Memorial.

No one seemed to mind the breaking of royal protocol on the second part of their two-day visit to Ireland. The Suits actor was seen very comfortable and easy in pants and t-shirts in the photos of her social media accounts.

But fear not: The duchess brought hairstylist George Northwood along for the trip; trust that she packed plenty of designer dresses too.

They will meet Irish President Michael D. Higgins before visiting an Irish emigration museum, a technology startup hub and Trinity College, Ireland's oldest university.

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