Meghan Markle stuns in green Givenchy on Ireland tour alongside Prince Harry

Green for Ireland!

Duchess Meghan once again stepped out in Givenchy to kick off her first royal tour as a married woman. Prince Harry and the new royal, who landed in Dublin Tuesday afternoon following an eventful two days in London, are visiting select states belonging to the European Union, just two years after the UK voted to leave in Brexit.

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For the occasion, the Duchess opted for a green long-sleeved ensemble by her go-to designer, a hue that she had sported at Prince Louis' christening the previous day. She accessorized the look with a beige tote and matching suede shoes, and favoring her usual go-to bun.

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Green has become the newlywed's bespoke shade since announcing her engagement to Prince Harry. From her appearance at the Invictus Games in a green $510 Self-Portrait dress to the Greta Constantine skirt she sported in Northern Ireland in March, the color has become a go-to for Markle when dressing for official royal events.

Why? Experts believe that since the color is the second most popular for women in Britain, "Meghan might be sending the message that she’s really no different than anyone else.” Green is also the color of the British suffrage movement -- so we wouldn't be surprised behind the sartorial choice given the movement-driven Meghan.

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