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Harry and Meghan due in Dublin for two-day visit

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     PRETTY Meghan opted for an off-the-shoulder dress for Trooping the Colour GETTY PRETTY Meghan opted for an off-the-shoulder dress for Trooping the Colour
Adrian Cunningham | 11 July, 2018, 10:58

Harry's brother, William, The Duke of Cambridge, and his wife, Kate, The Duchess of Cambridge, were stood slightly in front of Harry and Meghan, along with The Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Royal and other family members.

Jeff Spicer via Getty Images Queen Elizabeth II at the RAF centenary celebration.

Prince William formerly served as an RAF search-and-rescue pilot, while Prince Harry received helicopter training from the RAF during his time in the Army Air Corps.

This is only Meghan's second balcony appearance, after first stepping out for Trooping The Colour in June.

Meghan got a prime spot on the balcony next to the Queen.

The Duchess stepped out in an Emilia Wickstead dress during her first official worldwide trip, proving there's no drama with the British designer despite a rumoured controversy.

Markle kept her accessories in the same color family with a simple black clutch and wore her hair down - a contrast from the prim and proper chignon she wore earlier at the 100th anniversary celebration for Britain's Royal Air Force and upon touching down at Dublin Airport.

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Kate wore a pale mint Alexander McQueen design, while Meghan wore navy.

Meghan's elegant dress was by Dior.

Meghan Markle visited Dublin, Ireland, on Tuesday wearing the colors of the Irish flag. In the months between Harry and Meghan's official engagement announcement and the royal wedding itself, it was her go-to style.

The Queen, 92, was front and centre for the RAF events.

The Royals watched as Typhoons formed the shape of the number 100 in the sky, before the Red Arrows - the RAF's aerobatic team - concluded the show, vapour-trailing the red, white and blue of the Union Jack flag.

After a busy week in Scotland last week, the queen faced another busy week ahead in London, including a meeting with visiting President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump on Friday.

Fresh from Prince Louis's christening yesterday, the royal foursome arrived at the iconic landmark for a service celebrating the RAF's history.