CUTE PHOTOS: Meghan, Harry's first overseas trip

CUTE PHOTOS: Meghan, Harry's first overseas trip

Hundreds of well-wishers turned out to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry and his wife, the former actress Meghan Markle, as they made their first overseas walkabout in Dublin.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visit Croke Park in Dublin.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pose in Aras an Uachtarain in Ireland. She even completely restyled her hair, replacing her immaculate chignon bun with loose tousled waves.

Being the best big sister to Prince Louis she could be, little Charlotte made a decision to take a pamphlet from Prince Louis's christening with her as a souvenir. While greeting fans in Dublin, a woman named Elaine Adam-Steward, 43, said to Harry, "My husband also has red hair and he gave me five children - when are you and Meghan going to get going?" That gown was worn for all Royal Christenings, including The Queen, her children, and seven of her eight grandchildren.

Moore noted that Meghan appeared "very relaxed and was joking and laughing". She, too, was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Though Markle hasn't revealed which products she's been using since becoming a royal, she previously spoke to Beauty Banter about her love of the Laura Mercier Illuminating Primer to achieve a subtle no-makeup look that doesn't require foundation. "The initial long stroke before the capital "M" is a form of flair and showmanship", Charal says-a slight change from her more introverted self. She paired the look with a black handbag and a pair of simple black pumps. This is shown in the fluidity of her signature and quick speed of writing, Charal notes.

According to Charal, handwriting is a "paper mirror" of our personalities at a given time.

Meghan immediately lit up and smiled as she held his little hand. Plus, as always, the Queen had a *little* something to do with the new autograph.

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It may seem odd for a father-in-law to do this, but, as Nicholl further explained, the royal family sees Meghan as "an ambassador" and want her to look and feel her best.