Meghan Markle has reportedly expressed support for Ireland's abortion ban repeal

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One little boy, three-year-old Walter Cullen, showed his excitement at meeting the Duchess of Sussex as he playfully touched her face.

Fiona Moore from Dublin described the Duchess as "relaxed".

O'Driscoll explained: "I asked him, 'so, is football coming home?' - but he refused to say it".

"We're so pleased to be here, for our first official global visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many!" said Prince Harry in a Tuesday night garden party speech.

The trip to Ireland is the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first trip overseas as a married couple. And Meghan's been looking suited and booted throughout, stepping out in a fabulous array of designers, including Ralph Lauren, Roland Mouret, her favoured Givenchy, and...

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While some Meghan Markle fans might be desperate for another splash of color like the marigold Brandon Maxwell sheath she wore last week, the duchess has been sporting neutrals and dark, deep tones with her latest looks.

Meghan and Harry touched down in Ireland on Tuesday for a two-day visit - their first tour as husband and wife.

Prince Harry absolutely wants to have children. 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. Picture; Gerry Mooney The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pictured as they arriver for a visit to Epic at the CHQ building.

The senator appeared to have realised that she gave away Meghan's stance on abortion, and so she deleted the tweet. "She knows what she wants and really it was an absolute joy working with her", she said.

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. Middleton has always been a big tennis fan and is a frequent Wimbledon attendee, in addition to now being a Patron of Wimbledon, a role she's just taken over from the Queen.

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