Prince Harry spent £8,000 on a first edition of Winnie-The-Pooh as a christening present for his nephew Prince Louis. To mark the milestone, aunt Pippa Middleton donned a baby blue custom-made dress by designer Alessandra Rich.
Of course, Meghan and Harry aren't footing the bill: Prince Charles pays for all clothing out of his $28 million Duchy of Cornwall income. Her designer footwear is now on sale for $348. However, according to Irish Senator Catherine Noone, Meghan let it slip that she was "pleased" about Ireland voting to repeal the 8th amendment in May.
Some weren't happy with the dress - even deeming it "frumpy".
To make a statement about anything political is against royal protocol, so the Duchess may have broken the rules by sharing her thoughts on the subject.
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Prince George's and Princess Charlotte's godparents are also close friends and relatives of the royal couple.
Little Walter Kieran, three, touched Meghan's hair as her head was turned away, causing her to spin round in surprise. There, she sported a Givenchy pantsuit - which also marked the first time she's worn trousers to an official outing as a duchess - and finished the look off with a pair of Sarah Flint pumps, a Givenchy logo-buckle belt, and a coordinated Givenchy clutch.
MEGHAN Markle has been accused of breaking royal protocol during a conversation with officials in Ireland. As Travel + Leisure previously reported, the Duchess' stylish wardrobe has cost the royal family an estimated $1 million.
To meet with President Michael Higgins the next day, the Duchess sported a fitted Roland Mouret sheath dress with a ruffle embellishment on the skirt and the bateau neckline she appears to favor.
The couple visited Croke Park for their second event, greeting and cheering on athletes as a part of the Gaelic Athletic Association. That decision was reportedly made some time ago and was not due to ill health.