Prince Harry gets a chuckle out of fan's baby-making remark


The Duchess began her day in a bespoke Dior little black dress that drew comparisons to her elegant white Givenchy wedding gown, due to its bateau neckline, fitted waist, and flared skirt.

When Meghan's character walked down the aisle to marry Mike Ross - played by Patrick J. Adams, who also recently departed the show - in the season finale, the fictional couple left a bit of a hole in the world of Suits.

She and Harry explored Croke Park, before seeing national landmark the Book of Kells at Trinity College.

Meghan Markle retired from acting after marrying Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle during her arrival at Dublin City Airport for a two-day visit to Dublin, Ireland.

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Meghan Markle may have given up the bright lights of Hollywood for Kensington Palace, but that doesn't mean she has forgotten about her old life.

Meghan's father Thomas Markle also weighed in on the baby debate, telling Good Morning Britain last month, "When she met Harry and she spoke about how much she loves him". "I'm a fan of "Suits" and I said to her that I miss it and she said 'so do I, '" the woman, identified as Fiona Moore, told reporters.

Meghan Markle's messy bun seemed to set a trend during her early visits to various parts of the UK. Patrick J. Adams, Gina Torres, Gabriel Macht, Sarah Rafferty and Rick Hoffman, were among those who flew to the United Kingdom in time for Meghan's special day, and a great time was had by all!

In addition to her new role on the royal circuit, parenthood may soon be in the cards for Markle, 36, and husband Prince Harry, 33. She was seen smiling and held the child's hand. According to Vanity Fair, the prince had a table booked at one of Dublin's most famous restaurants, the Delahunt, where they enjoyed a two-course meal and even indulged in a half-pint of Guinness and some Irish coffee. She said that while Meghan needs to avoid "crossing the line" with her comments, royal protocol is "becoming more relaxed" in the 21st century, due to the British royal family's desire to "be seen as making a difference".