Meghan wears green as the Duke and Duchess arrive in Dublin

Lewis Collier
July 11, 2018

After participating in the centenary celebrations, Meghan and her husband Prince Harry traveled via a private jet to Dublin for a two-day tour of Ireland - marking their first overseas engagement as a married couple.

The flypast, which started in Ipswich before flying over Buckingham Palace and central London, was the biggest formation of military aircraft in living memory.

It's a festive week for the royal family.

The 36-year-old stood to The Queen's left hand side and slightly behind her, as senior members of the royal family watched an historic fly-past on Tuesday afternoon to celebrate 100 years of the RAF.

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

For the occasion, the Suits alum wore a bespoke dark navy Dior dress that featured a boatneck and full skirt.

She paired the look with nude heels and a clutch.

Prince Louis, born April 23, is the youngest child of Prince William and the former Kate Middleton. For the second day in a row, Kate pulled an Alexander McQueen number from her closet.

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

The royal couple will meet both President Michael D Higgins and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar during their relatively short two-day trip.

The Queen, 92, was front and centre for the RAF events.

The Duchess of Sussex put on a stunning display as she joined the royals on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

After dazzling in a lovely cream V-neck dress by Alexander McQueen yesterday at Prince Louis' christening , topped off with a stunning Jane Taylor headband, the Duchess of Cambridge donned yet another handsome look by the British label.

It played a key role in defending the skies of Britain during WWII, when the Queen was still a teen and her father, King George VI, was on the throne.

The Queen presents a new Queen's colour to the RAF at Buckingham Palace.

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