Meghan Markle changed for the third time today as she swapped her elegant forest green Givenchy ensemble for a sleek black square-neck belted midi by London-based designer Emilia Wickstead, a favorite of Kate Middleton, for a reception at the British Ambassador's official residence in Dublin, Ireland, on Tuesday.
Earlier on Tuesday, the pair attended a service at Westminster Abbey to mark the centenary for the Royal Air Force (RAF), which included a flypast of around 100 aircraft.
The Duchess, 36, paired the fitted and flared dress with a navy headpiece from milliner Stephen Jones, just hours after dividing fans in olive green Ralph Lauren at Prince Louis' christening at St James' Palace.
Meghan wore a bespoke Dior dress featuring her go-to bateau neckline. Wearing a pastel blue coatdress, the mother of three accessorized with a small matching clutch, beige heels and a fascinator by Sean Barrett.More news: Apple iOS 11.4.1 officially adds USB Restricted Mode, blocking hacking tools
The look was a departure from the toned-down colours worn by Meghan after her wedding.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex began their first official global visit together when they arrived in Ireland on Tuesday.
The couple looked loved up a day previous on Monday, when they attended a fly-past marking the centenary of the British Royal Air Force.
For 100 years the RAF has defended the skies of Britain, preventing conflicts, delivering aid and combating cyber threats while working in partnership with other services.
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle joined the princes for a service at Westminster Abbey.
The royal couple will meet both President Michael D Higgins and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar during their relatively short two-day trip.