Meghan Markle's outfit sends message to New Zealand designer

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have arrived at Westminster Abbey to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force.

Prince Harry's new wife was all smiles through her second appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, holding what People declared was a "prime spot" next to Queen Elizabeth.

The royal family celebrating the Royal Air Force's 100th anniversary.

The newlyweds embarked on the last part of their first foreign visit since their wedding in Dublin this morning.

In Meghan Markle's royal world, quashing any rumoured issue translates to wearing a dress by the designer you are alleged to have issue with, proving there's no substance to any of those rumours.

When it came to her accessories the newly-wedded royal stuck simple black accents in the form of a suede shoe and an oversize leather handbag.

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

Meghan and Harry have a busy day ahead of them, with a visit to Croke Park, the home of Ireland's largest sporting organization - the Gaelic Athletic Association.

The Duchess of Sussex is expected to be politically impartial, but it seems she might have slipped up on an official visit to Ireland.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at a summer garden party in Dublin, hosted by Britain's Ambassador to Ireland, Robin Barnett.

They will continue their day by stopping to pay their respects at the Famine Memorial, followed by a visit to the EPIC Irish Emigration Museum.

Prince Harry and his wife, the former actress Meghan Markle, met with the Irish president Wednesday on their first official overseas trip as a married couple.

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