Meghan Markle packed a variety of chic, sleek outfits for her royal visit to Dublin with Prince Harry. Prince William formerly served as an RAF search-and-rescue pilot, while Prince Harry received helicopter training from the RAF during his time in the Army Air Corps.
"I do not think that her wedding dress was a copy of any of our designs".
Other female members of the royal family that donned badges included the Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
Fans lining the streets told the Duchess she was coping well walking in the hard Dublin terrain with the royal responding, "I'm trying!"
Harry and Meghan arrived at Áras an Uachtaráin at around 9.30am on Wednesday.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid a symbolic visit to Dublin's Croke Park stadium, the scene of a massacre by British troops nearly a century ago, on their second day in Ireland.
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"They struggled against Denmark and Russian Federation and needed penalties on both occasions". Everyone wants to finish the job and we are excited to try and do that.
Ah, the life of a royal.
The royals got to watch some traditional Gaelic sports, but the real show was the cute kids.
Collier told MailOnline: "The bun is quickly becoming the Duchess's signature look, so it's no surprise to see her sporting this style at today's ceremony".
The programme will include official meetings with The President of Ireland, Michael Higgins, and with The Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.
RSVP, one of Ireland's most popular celebrity magazines, ran a live blog of the visit on Tuesday which was also the top story on the website of the Irish Independent, the country's highest selling daily newspaper.
The smiling couple touched down in Ireland yesterday where they spent an evening at a garden party at the British Ambassador's residence at Glencairn.