Meghan dazzles in emerald green as royal couple begin Irish visit

Grasping Prince Harry's hand, the new Duchess of Sussex cut a stylish form in a flattering shade of olive green, which not only complimented her skin tone, but held a significant meaning.

This evening, Meghan and Harry will attend a garden party at the British Ambassador's residence at Glencairn. The Queen is scheduled to meet President Donald Trump later this week.

They will also visit some of the city's main cultural attractions, including Ireland's oldest university, Trinity College, and Croke Park, where British troops opened fire on a crowd almost a century ago, on a day known as Bloody Sunday during Ireland's War of Independence.

They will also visit Trinity College, the Famine Memorial and the Irish Emigration Museum over the course of their stay.

At a particularly tumultuous time for the United Kingdom, the visit is seen as an attempt to maintain friendly relations with Ireland n the content of Brexit.

However, Meghan Markle's bespoke Dior dress appeared to cause some confusion, with many believing she'd worn a little black dress, while others insisted it was navy.

Harry and Meghan fly to Dublin as part of a series of royal visits that the Royal family have planned in the wake of the Brexit vote, as they look to cement ties with European neighbours ahead of Britain's departure from the EU next year.

According to Kensington Palace, "They are looking forward to learning more about Ireland's history and experiencing its rich culture, as well as meeting the people who are shaping the country's future".