It's been a whirlwind few days for the Duchess of Sussex as she jumps head-first into a lifetime of royal engagements.
Just hours after her appearance at the Royal Air Force's centennial at Buckingham Palace, the American activist flew into Ireland with her husband, Prince Harry, for their first royal engagement overseas as a married couple.
On arrival, Meghan wore a beautiful forest green top from Givenchy with mid-length sleeves and matching pencil skirt with patch pocket detail.
The Duchess famously chose a Givenchy gown by creative director Clare Waight Keller for her wedding day so we can expect to see her wearing the label in future.
Meghan paired the ensemble with nude heels, a slick up-do and a brown Strathberry bag - one of her favourite brands which we saw her wear in her pre-wedding days.
The couple met with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar before attending a star-studded garden party at the British ambassador's residence at Glencairn in south Dublin.
Meghan changed into a black dress for the occasion from New Zealand born designer Emilia Wickstead.
The former actress lived in Toronto for six years while filming TV series Suits and during that time she fell in love with a number of Canadian designers, including Wickstead.
Meghan accessorised the classic dress with matching black heels and a black clutch.
Amongst the 300 guests in attendance were Brian O'Driscoll and Amy Huberman, designers Emma Manley and Helen Steele, activists Sinead Burke and Vicky Phelan, comedian Aisling Bea, director Nora Twomey and journalist Una Mullally.
Today, Meghan and Harry continued their tour of Dublin with a visit to Áras an Uachtaráin where they met with President Higgins.
Meghan wore a grey Roland Mouret dress with a draped asymmetric skirt and her signature boatneck neckline for the visit.
The couple managed a quick outfit change ahead of their visit to Croke Park where they spoke with players who are involved in community outreach projects.
Meghan looked chic in a pair of black cigarette pants with a matching blazer which she wore over a simple white top.
The two had a jam-packed day of engagements including a visit to the Book of Kells at Trinity College Dublin followed by a trip to the Famine Memorial at Custom House Quay.
The last event on the couple's itinerary was a visit to EPIC - the Irish Emigration Museum.