However, according to Irish Senator Catherine Noone, Meghan let it slip that she was "pleased" about Ireland voting to repeal the 8th amendment in May.
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While visiting Ireland with her new husband, Prince Harry, Meghan stopped to talk to members of the public after visiting the Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin. Just like the navy Roland Mouret Barwick dress she has worn before, the off-the-shoulder dress featured an asymmetric neckline and a draped skirt with sculpted panels. Many royal fans were disappointed with the Duchess' choice in the dress.
No one seemed to mind the breaking of royal protocol on the second part of their two-day visit to Ireland. She also donned Fendi's "Peekaboo" handbag - a proper choice for the occasion but a chunky pairing with the structured wool crepe dress.
"I think that even before Meghan has learned how to spell Leicester and Torquay she'll be starting a family", royal expert and author Andrew Morton said following the royal wedding. The happy couple said their own vows as Rachel walked up the aisle with her dad to John Legend's All Of Me.More news: Just 38 children guaranteed to be reunified by border separation deadline
To be noted that ever since she joined the Royal family, things haven't been the easiest and she had to give up her acting career for that!
Meghan Markle is in Dublin for a whirlwind two days of engagements.
Pictured: Markle, Prince Harry visit the Dogpatch startup hub in Dublin on the final day of their trip to Ireland on July 11, 2018 in Dublin, Ireland. It's an interesting choice for the mother-to-be, who in the recent weeks has flaunted her growing bump in chic maternity wear. However, there are a few things that haven't changed about the duchess since her wedding-her determination, her ability to manoeuvre seamlessly around hard topics and knowing the "right thing to say at the right time".