Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Meghan Markle rushes to correct herself as she breaks protocol again

Meghan Markle rushes to correct herself as she breaks protocol again

The Queen watched the spectacle alonside her son, Prince Charles, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The wife of Prince William complemented her McQueen outfit with the Dacre brooch, an eye-catching bejewelled ornament that sat on the left lapel of her dress.

And while she may have looked right at home outside the church, inside it was a different story, with the Duchess crossing her legs in a major royal blunder.

"Meghan seems to have settled into her royal role and perfected the dress code", she told the Irish Independent.

The Duchess stepped out in an Emilia Wickstead dress during her first official global trip, proving there's no drama with the British designer despite a rumoured controversy. Meghan paired the look with Paul Andrew heels in black suede, diamond earrings from Birks, and a sleek, center-parted bun.

This trip is the first official overseas royal tourfthe Duke and Duchess have carried out as a married couple.

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The couple will also attend official meetings with the Irish president, Michael Higgins, and Prime Minister Leo Varadkar. After the royal appearance, the family watched the flypast from a balcony at Buckingham Palace with great ceremony.

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The programme will include official meetings with The President of Ireland, Michael Higgins, and with The Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.

Harry and Meghan will "meet the people of Dublin and visit organisations which are central to Irish life".

Meghan and Harry have said they want to roll their sleeves, that they want to get straight into work, and this [trip] really is just weeks after their wedding.

Photos from one part of the visit caused a bit of a stir, with many pointing out the ridiculous quantity of water bottles - all 14 of them - laid out for the duke and duchess.

The duchess and her husband are expected to continue their two-day visit in the city with a tour of the Irish Immigration Museum and a trip to Trinity College, among other plans in their royal itinerary.

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