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Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive in Ireland on first worldwide trip

11 July 2018

The Duchess of Sussex's latest sartorial statement happened during a reception at Glencairn, the residence of British ambassador Robin Barnett, where she stepped out with Prince Harry in a belted black dress by Emilia Wickstead and stylish shoes from one of her favorite designers, Aquazzura.

They joined Queen Elizabeth and other members of the royal family early Tuesday morning for the centenary celebration of the Royal Air Force (RAF).

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Dublin, Ireland on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th July.

Wickstead addressed the commentary in an Instagram post: "Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex looked absolutely attractive on her wedding day and I have the utmost admiration and respect for her".

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William and Kate's youngest is now fifth in line to the throne, with older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte fourth and fifth respectively.

And she carried a £475 tan tote bag by Strathberry, the small Scottish brand whose designs Meghan has previously caused to sell out.

Camilla wore a white silk dress by Anna Valentine and a Philip Treacy hat.

Kate Middleton also gave one of her rare public appearances in a pale blue Alexander McQueen and proudly wearing the Air Cadets Dacre brooch, the highest award any female cadet can receive.

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She will present a new Queen's Colour to the RAF in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace and make a brief speech before appearing on the balcony for the flypast.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev. Justin Welby, presided over Louis' christening, just as he did for Meghan's baptism and confirmation. Following the service at Westminster, a royal flypast took place over Buckingham Palace.

They have a jam-packed itinerary in Dublin including meetings with the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, and Irish President, Michael D. Higgins, and visits to the likes of Croke Park.

103 military aircraft flew over central London to mark 100 years of the Royal Air Force.

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive in Ireland on first worldwide trip