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Adrian Cunningham | 11 July, 2018, 02:41

The royal couple will visit many of Dublin's top sites July 10, 2018 - 15:27 BST Chloe Best Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are on a two-day visit to Dublin, Ireland.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who Wednesday in May, will spend two days in Ireland.

Meghan Markle changed for the third time today as she swapped her elegant forest green Givenchy ensemble for a sleek black square-neck belted midi by London-based designer Emilia Wickstead, a favorite of Kate Middleton, for a reception at the British Ambassador's official residence in Dublin, Ireland, on Tuesday.

The visit, at the request of the British government, is expected to attract a lot of media attention. The royals will see a number of traditional Gaelic sports being played, such as hurling, camogie and rounders, as well as meeting the players.

The royal couple with also meet with young people interested in coding when they visit the startup hub Dogpatch Labs in Dublin 1.

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Keeping the rest of her look very simple, Meghan added diamond and gold Cartier stud earrings, which were on show with her brunette hair pulled back in a low bun.

Queen Elizabeth and senior royals watched nearly 100 aircraft, from World War Two Spitfires to the newest stealth fighter jet fly over Buckingham Palace on Tuesday in a celebration to mark the 100th anniversary of Britain's Royal Air Force.

Not everyone would wear olive green to a christening, but Meghan Markle managed to pull it off easily.

Grasping Prince Harry's hand, the new Duchess of Sussex cut a stylish form in a flattering shade of olive green, which not only complimented her skin tone, but held a significant meaning.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who officiated their royal wedding on May 19, also presided over the christening.