Meghan Markle’s second and final day in Dublin had a very busy wardrobe. The Duchess of Sussex wore two outfits in the space of an hour and a half, in the form of an estimated total of £17,04 worth of designer labels.
She looked typically glamorous as she kicked off the day in a dress by French designer Roland Mouret for a visit to the official residence of President Michael D Higgins.
Meghan is a known friend of Mouret’s and wore a £1,350 version of her dress today on the eve of her nuptials, the one worn this morning is strikingly similar and has an estimated cost of £1,500.
She had simple black accents in the form of a suede shoe and an oversize black leather tote by designer Fendi – costing an eye-watering £3,850.00.
She did showcase a flash of bling with a pair of elegant diamond earrings at a cost of £6,886 from Birks.
She got the day off to a polished start but within an hour and a half Meghan was back to her casual roots as she slipped into a black trouser suit for a Gaelic sports festival at Croke Park, the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association.
Meghan was pictured in a trouser suit for the first time since her wedding having last worn one to an awards event back in February and today’s is the work of her wedding dress designer Givency at an estimated £2,500.