Following her wedding to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's style at official royal events has been decidedly ladylike. She's chosen feminine dress silhouettes, and for her entire first month as a royal kept to a strict color palette of white, beige, and blush.
But this afternoon, Meghan stepped out in a sleek black pant suit for the second day of her official visit to Ireland. She paired the separates with a white blouse, black pumps and a small black clutch, and wore her hair down in loose waves. See the full look below:
This is actually Meghan's second outfit of the day. For her morning in Dublin, she wore a gray off-the-shoulder dress by her good friend Roland Mouret, and accessorized with stud earrings from Birks, a Fendi bag, and black suede heels. Meghan also changed her hairstyle-earlier she had her hair in a low bun.
George Northwood, the stylist who did Meghan's hair for her wedding reception is traveling with the royal couple in Ireland this week. He is reportedly being paid privately.
George Northwood is the (privately paid) hairstylist travelling with Duchess Meghan on this trip. He’s the London-based guru behind many of Meghan’s hair looks, including her Royal Wedding evening reception ‘do💇🏻♀️- Omid Scobie (@scobie) July 10, 2018
Harry and Meghan have another full day of events in Ireland. Later today, they will visit Trinity College to see the Book of Kells, as well as EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum. They will also pause at the Famine Memorial, and have a meeting at a co-working space for start ups. The royal couple will fly home later this evening. Meghan wore three different outfits yesterday, thanks to a packed agenda across two countries, it's unclear at this point if we'll see her change again today.
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