After a change in her neutral and nude wardrobe with bold outfits, Meghan Markle is back again with the classic as she wears a black Emilia Wickstead dress.
For their first day in Dublin, Ireland, for the royal visit, Prince Harry and wife, Markle, attended a garden party at the British Ambassador's house, where the former gave a speech. Of course, all eyes were on the Duchess of Sussex as she yet again stole the scene with her grace.
For the get-together, Markle wore a little black sleeveless dress by Wickstead with a box neck, paired it with a black clutch and black Aquazzura pumps, and some minimal sparklers. Her hair was neat and seemed to have come out of an old film, with her locks in a deep side part and in loose waves.
Many people noted, however, that the 36-year-old is having no bad blood with the designer. As a refresher, Wickstead allegedly made comments about the former Suits actress' Givenchy wedding gown, accusing it to have copied one of her designs.
Wickstead also reportedly made some remarks with the fit of the wedding gown on Markle, saying it was loose. She further said that the fit should be perfect since the design was simple.
Upon receiving backlash, Wickstead denied the malicious rumors and said she was happy for the new lovely royal couple. Moreover, she clarified that she didn't find the design a copy of any of her bridal designs.
"I have the greatest respect for Clare Waight Keller and the House of Givenchy — a huge source of inspiration to me," Wickstead added.
Fans of Markle shouldn't be surprised. She wore the same designer back in April for Anzac Day, seemingly hinting she didn't believe the rumors circulating during her wedding day with Prince Harry.
Meanwhile, the LBD from Wickstead that Markle wore was the third during the day. She was first spotted wearing a black boatneck long-sleeved Dior dress in London for the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force. She paired this with black hat and black clutch and kept her hair nice and neat in a bun.
Upon arrival to Dublin, Ireland, for their two-day royal visit to the country, the first trip abroad for the couple, Markle was snapped wearing a deep green matching blouse and skirt from Givenchy. She matched the look with tan heels and, again, kept her hair tidy in a side bun.
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