Meghan Markle rushes to correct herself as she breaks protocol again

Lewis Collier
July 11, 2018

And while she may have looked right at home outside the church, inside it was a different story, with the Duchess crossing her legs in a major royal blunder.

But the ugly wrapping didn't prevent fans of the former actress to rush out and buy the same £475 Strathberry tote. The stunning bag looked fabulous pared with her gorgeous outfit - and sold out just hours after she was spotted with it.

Only this morning Meghan wore a stunning A-line Dior dress and an intricate Stephen Jones fascinator and we couldn't help but think of another iconic look after seeing it.

Royal watchers were equally excited to see the young royal couples - Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Prince William and Kate Middleton - together again.

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

The pair have already gone through a day of packed schedule - and today was no less busy for the newlyweds.

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Meghan and Harry will head straight from the service to Dublin for a two-day tour.

The trip will take place over 10-11 July, where the Duke and Duchess will "meet the people of Dublin and will visit organisations which are central to Irish life".

The Duke, who is visiting Ireland with his wife, offered his support to the England team after being asked by a reporter: "Is football coming home?"

The Duke of Sussex replied laughing: "Most definitely".

When Ireland rugby legend Brian O'Driscoll quizzed him about the outcome of Wednesday's World Cup semi-final match on Tuesday night, Harry refused to budge.

"He said he won't say it because he doesn't want to jinx it".

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