To complete her first look on day two of Ireland, Markle sported a sleek updo and accessorized with black suede pumps by Paul Andrew, Birks earrings, and a Fendi bag. Sally Osman, the Director of Royal Communications, and Steve Kingstone, who worked as the Queen's Media Secretary, reportedly took the decision as their positions are being merged.
Moore eagerly waited to meet Markle, 36, while the latter walked about Dublin, Ireland, with her husband Prince Harry on Wednesday. Wickstead is a favorite designer of Kate Middleton, but this is one of the first times that Markle has worn of her designs for a public appearance after becoming a royal.
"She seemed very relaxed and was joking and laughing". And when she met Harry and she spoke about how much she loves him, there's gotta be a child in the making soon. While she won't be starring in the eighth season of Suits, we're sure that her next move will wholly make up for the absence of Rachel Zane in the legal drama.
"I'm going to miss Meghan and Patrick, but I think there are still interesting stories to tell", Korsch tells The New York Times in a piece published earlier this week. At the end of season seven, Meghan's character Wednesday Patrick Adams' character Mike Ross.
It could be that Markle has made a decision to relinquish that perk, having long favoured a more natural makeup look, even before she met Harry. She was seen smiling and held the child's hand.
Though Markle and Adams left "Suits", series creator Aaron Korsch remains optimistic about the show's future. According to Vanity Fair, the prince had a table booked at one of Dublin's most famous restaurants, the Delahunt, where they enjoyed a two-course meal and even indulged in a half-pint of Guinness and some Irish coffee.