Harry and Meghan Do Ireland

In early July Meghan and Harry took on their first Royal Tour as a married pair. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex undertook a 2-day official visit to Dublin, Ireland at the request of Her Majesty's Government.

The couple took a short flight from London to Dublin where they were greeted by Dublin city officials.

The Duchess arrived wearing a green Givenchy skirt with coordinating top, wore Paul Andrew 'Pump it Up' heels, and carried a Strathberry Midi Tote in Tan Bridle.

Meghan and Harry were then taken on our tour of a government building by Leo Varadkar who serves Ireland as the Minister of Defense, Taoiseach (aka Prime Minister), and Leader of Fine Gael.

Later that evening, the newlyweds enjoyed a garden party reception which was held at the British Ambassador to Ireland's residence. The Prince looked dapper in a navy suit while Meghan more a black, belted, tea-length dress by Emilia Wickstead. She carried a clutch by Givenchy and wore the Deneuve Bow Pump by Aquazzura.

Harry and Meghan met with Ireland's President Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne at Aras an Auchtarin, the President's official home and workplace, to start off Day Two of the tour. The Duchess stepped out in a gray creation by Roland Mouret and accessorized with the Fendi Peekaboo Essentials Handbag which retails for $6500. She again wore Paul Andrew 'Pump it Up' heels, but this time in black suede.

Brod and Sioda, the President's Bernese Mountain dogs seemed smitten with Prince Harry and dog-lover Meghan.

Following the visit Meghan changed in to a custom made Givenchy suit for the rest of they day's events. Her belt and bag where also by Givenchy, and reports are that her versatile white t-shirt was Lavender Hill and the shoes were 'Perfect Pump - 100' by designer Sarah Flint.

Next the Duke and Duchess were whisked to Croke Park which is home of the Gaelic Athletic Association where they met with many Irish athletes.

The pair were also able to take in the Croke Park Museum before their next event.

Following their visit to Croke Park, the couple undertook a walk about of Trinity College complete with screaming fans and The Book of Kells.

They next took on a somber visit to the Famine Memorial on the bank of the Liffey River and stopped by the Irish emigration museum, EPIC.

The couple then popped next door, for the last stop of their visit, to Dogpatch Labs, a startup hub where the royals met with young entrepreneurs.

I hope you enjoy these photos from my trip to Dublin in January...


  1. I've loved following their journey! And Meghan's outfits have been divine. Love!