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Meghan Markle high-fives children at Croke Park during visit

12 July 2018

And for those wondering when Harry and Meghan plan on having a child of their own, it seems as though you won't have to wait too long.

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Later the couple were treated to a garden party at British Ambassador Robin Barnett's official residence in Dublin. Although always smartly turned out, in the first few weeks following her wedding, Markle relied on safe outfits in tasteful shades of pink and beige that, while undeniably neat, were a tad unadventurous.

She completed the chic and structured look with a black Givenchy clutch and organite drop earrings with pavé diamonds by her favourite jewellery brand Birks, and Aquazzura "Deneuve" pumps.

Life for the The Duchess of Sussex has changed dramatically since she married Prince Harry at their Windsor wedding in May.

Earlier on Wednesday, she opted for a gray dress with a draped skirt by Roland Mouret.

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Markle again stunned at the occasion in an olive green dress Ralph Lauren dress, topped off with a wide-brimmed hat by Stephen Jones. British troops opened fire on a crowd there almost a century ago, on a day known as Bloody Sunday during Ireland's War of Independence.

After viewing the Book of Kell's, a 9th-century illustrated depiction of the Bible's four Gospels, the royal couple met local students during a walkabout at Trinity College.

The couple visited Croke Park for their second event, greeting and cheering on athletes as a part of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The Suits actor was seen very comfortable and easy in pants and t-shirts in the photos of her social media accounts. "She didn't have to write me a letter, but she did".

She later tried to backpedal on her words, saying she was "extremely saddened" at the press reception of her comments, adding she thought the Duchess "looked absolutely beautiful" on the big day.

Both Harry and Meghan changed their outfits following a morning meeting with the Irish President, Michael D. Higgins and his wife.

Meghan Markle high-fives children at Croke Park during visit