Prince Harry and Meghan visit Republic of Ireland

Sergio Cunningham
July 11, 2018

For the private ceremony at St. James's Palace, the Duchess of Sussex wore a monochrome olive green look by Ralph Lauren.

However, as they approached the church entrance, Meghan was on her own.

The newly minted Duchess of Sussex wore a fit-and-flare, bespoke black dress for the 100th anniversary celebrations of the Royal Air Force (RAF), Harper's Bazaar reported. Instead eyes quickly moved from the sleeping prince to the outfits of both the Duchess of Cambridge and his aunt, Meghan Markle.

"It's clearly a style that she feels comfortable with, which is so important when you're stepping out in front of the cameras."

The Duchess kept up her signature nude lip look as well.

The Queen and Prince Philip were notably absent from the special occasion, however it has been confirmed that the 92-year-old monarch had previously agreed the arrangement with the Duke and Duchess due to work commitments, not health issues.

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She was one of the royal staff members to join Meghan and the Queen on their first joint engagement in Cheshire last month.

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, could be seen wearing the No 1 uniform of the Royal Air Force, as well as his RAF wings in recognition that he is a qualified RAF pilot.

As well as being Britain's top defense system in air, the RAF has prevented conflicts and delivered aid in areas hit by natural disasters over the last many decades.

After the service at the Abbey, the royals went to Buckingham Palace to watch a flypast of aircraft to mark the centenary celebrations.

On Wednesday, their day will start with an official meeting with Michael Higgins, the president of Ireland, before heading to Croke Park, where they will view an exhibit that includes artifacts from the Bloody Sunday massacre.

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