Because she is now part of the royal family, the former Meghan Markle is discouraged from voicing their opinions on social and political issues, but she has appeared to have inadvertently done that while in Ireland with Prince Harry.
For the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force the following day, Markle wore a midnight blue Christian Dior dress that was very Audrey Hepburn-esque, down to the bracelet sleeves and - you guessed it - boat-neck.
While the world waits for news of a royal pregnancy, the couple has indicated they aren't aiming for a large family.
Harry and Meghan, who was wearing a Roland Mouret dress, were greeted on the portico of the north entrance to Aras an Uachtarain by Art O'Leary, secretary general of the Office of the President.
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The duchess was given a box of chocolate mint Girl Guide cookies by a guide group visiting from Canada, telling them she too had been a Girl Scout for "many years". She complemented the look with a low bun and a pair of black pumps.
The queen, whose husband's uncle was killed by an Irish nationalist bomb in 1979, offered powerful gestures of reconciliation during her hugely successful four-day trip, made possible by a 1998 peace deal that ended a paramilitary war against British rule of Northern Ireland.
Meghan sipped champagne during her first evening in Ireland. She reportedly said "Her dress is identical to one of our dresses".
While she may have looked right at home outside the church, inside it was a different story, with the Duchess crossing her legs in a major royal blunder.
Fire or no fire, Meghan is giving everyone something to talk about with her Ireland trip.