The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet the Irish President Michael Higgins at the Aras an Uachtarain [Wenn]

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry are embarking on the second day of their royal tour in Ireland.

Meghan, 37, looked stunning in a stone coloured dress from designer Roland Mouret, a first for the new royal.

However, just two days into her royal tour, and fans are already starting to pick up on a major fashion trend, as Meghan continues to sport boatneck dresses.

In fact, Meghan’s bridal gown also featured the same style, and the American has continued to stick to what she knows, sporting the same look at the RAF 100 Celebrations and while on tour.

Meghan Markle beamed in Roland MouretMeghan Markle beamed in Roland Mouret [Wenn]

 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet the Irish President Michael Higgins The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet the Irish President Michael Higgins [Wenn]
 

Even celebrities are noticing it, with actress Mindy Kaling pointing out Meghan’s ability to pull off the style is actually her superpower.

She tweeted: “One of Meghan Markle’s low-key superpowers is looking good in boat necks.” 

It’s a look we rarely see the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton in, so it’s likely Meghan is firmly trying to reinstate her own look.

Meghan’s dress looks bespoke, although it features the signature layers of angled fabric panels that most Roland Mouret pieces do, it appears the boat neck design has been especially made for her.

Meghan Markle wears green top and skirt from GivenchyMeghan Markle wears green top and skirt from Givenchy [Wenn]

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle wears Emilia WicksteadThe Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle wears Emilia Wickstead [POOL]

So far for her first official royal tour, Meghan has chosen Givenchy, Emilia Wickstead and Roland Mouret.

Prince Harry’s wife arrived in Ireland in a green top and matching skirt from Givenchy, as she paid tribute to Ireland.


For the evening do on her first night in the country, Meghan wore a black Emilia Wickstead dress, wearing the colour broke royal protocol, as black is usually kept for sombre events.



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