Newlyweds Harry and Meghan Undertake First Overseas Engagement

Newlyweds Harry and Meghan Undertake First Overseas Engagement

But, although she's no longer on screen, Meghan has remained close with her former co stars and even invited them to her wedding at Windsor Castle on May 19.

PA Images via Getty Images The Duchess of Sussex wearing a chic dress by Roland Mouret and Birks earrings.

The Dublin trip marked the Duke and Duchess' first foreign tour as a married couple.

Naturally, a visit to the bell would not be complete with a good ol' ring, so Meghan and Harry were tasked with clanging it together (aww). The London-based designer's coventry gray dress featured a sophisticated midi length, timeless bateau neckline and romantic cascading ruffle down the skirt, but the number seemed a tad too tight for the Duchess' svelte figure.

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.

They also met with Irish President Michael Higgins on the second day of their tour, during which Harry optimistically announced "it's coming home". Black heels and a matching handbag were paired with her attire and she was once again seen sporting her signature messy bun hairstyle.

"We're so pleased to be here, for our first official worldwide visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many!" said Prince Harry in a Tuesday night garden party speech. Wearing a black trouser suit by Givenchy, a plain white tee and Sarah Flint heels, the duchess looked effortlessly cool and classy - nearly as if she was channeling her "Suits" character, Rachel Zane.

Suits actress turned royalty Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry have been super busy lately! The suit, Daily Mail estimated, is worth about $3,300.

She later posted an edited version of her earlier tweet, writing simply: "A pleasure to meet Prince Harry & the Duchess of Sussex at the British Ambassador's Residence this evening".

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