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11 July 2018, 06:18 | Regina Holmes
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She wore her tresses in an elegant side bun, which celebrity hair stylist Jason Collier says is a "sleeker and more elegant" take on what is fast becoming her signature look.
Meghan replied: "I'll come back and look out for the first female bust".
The day began with a special service in Westminster Abbey, and was highlighted by a flyover of 100 aircraft, including Spitfires from WWII, above Buckingham Palace, with the royal family and a crowd of an estimated 70,000 in attendance.
But while all eyes were on the outfits of her grandsons' wives, Duchess Kate and Duchess Meghan, HELLO! noticed something unusual about the Monarch's footwear.
A fashion magazine editor previously told WWD that the pair "clearly had an affection for each other" - and that certainly seems to be the case if Meghan's gushing Instagram posts are anything to go by.
This morning's service marked the start of a busy day for Harry and Meghan, who were subsequently whisked off to Buckingham Palace and later flew to Ireland to kick-start their first overseas engagement since tying the knot.
Highlights of the short two-day trip include a Gaelic sports festival at Croke Park, the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association.
The programme will include official meetings with The President of Ireland, Michael Higgins, and with The Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.
They will also meet with young coders at Dogpatch Labs in Custom House Quay - as part of Ms Markle's push to encourage more young women and girls to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Economics & Mathematics) subjects.
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When that's the case, I'll stop". "I am of a certain age, but I am in good health - physically, as well as mentally". "There's a special energy, which I felt straight away, I don't know if it's the atmosphere, the magic of Paris ".