Duchess of Sussex wears outfit by designer who criticised her wedding dress

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Prince Harry has laughed off the idea of having a large family with his new wife Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex after insisting five children is "too many".

The royal family, hundreds of celebrity guests such as David Beckham, George Clooney, Oprah Winfrey, Priyanka Chopra and millions of viewers across the globe witnessed the grand wedding in the quaint English town. But the simple evening LBD Meghan chose for the garden party in Ireland makes more than a fashion statement - it tells the designer and the world she's rising above the drama.

She completed the chic and structured look with a black Givenchy clutch and organite drop earrings with pavé diamonds by her favourite jewellery brand Birks, and Aquazzura "Deneuve" pumps.

A boy strokes Prince Harry's beard, as Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, smiles on the pitch at Croke Park on the second day of their visit to Dublin, Ireland, Wednesday July 11, 2018.

On day two of her Ireland trip, Meghan returned to one of her favorite styles: the boatneck dress.

Following the programming for the Royal Air Force, Markle changed into a forest green pencil skirt and sweater combo by Givenchy to arrive in Dublin, Ireland.

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Now on an official royal engagement in Ireland, Meghan attended a summer soiree at the British Ambassador's residence at Glencairn House in Dublin, where she sipped on a glass of champagne.

Heather Nicell also from Dublin said: 'Meghan is a great role model for women, she is very likeable and relatable'.

Life for the The Duchess of Sussex has changed dramatically since she married Prince Harry at their Windsor wedding in May. Last on the couples tour was a stop in the Digital Dockland's, where the visited Dog Patch Labs, a co-op space for technology start-ups.

Fire or no fire, Meghan is giving everyone something to talk about with her Ireland trip.

The newly-minted royal, 36, 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.

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