He was among the designers tipped to make the royal wedding dress, although Givenchy was its eventual creator, though Meghan was spotted wearing a £1, 350 Mouret on the eve of her nuptials, strikingly similar to the one worn today.
The Duchess stepped out in an Emilia Wickstead dress during her first official worldwide trip, proving there's no drama with the British designer despite a rumoured controversy.
"The forest green was a subtle nod to Ireland but it would be nice to see her adopt an Irish designer into her fashion roster over the course of her two-day stay". Take a look at her Majesty's surprising shoe swap here...
"This look also shows the neckline of her dress beautifully; she clearly likes the combination of a bateau neckline, a fascinator and an up "do". Meghan paired the look with Paul Andrew heels in black suede, diamond earrings from Birks, and a sleek, center-parted bun.
The Queen's speech wasn't the only event to celebrate the Centenary, with a service at Westminster Abbey kicking off the day and remembering all the RAF achievements over the past 100 years.
Today, the RAF is engaged on some 13 missions across 26 countries and is heavily committed on operations both at home and overseas.
Lincolnshire's RAF Red Arrows and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lancaster will fly over Buckingham Palace for the flypast at 1pm.
The RAF, which is the first-ever independent air force, split from the British Army and Royal Navy in April 1918.
Having political opinions isn't the only thing that Meghan has had to give up since marrying Prince Harry.
Over the course of the trip, Their Royal Highnesses will meet the people of Dublin and will visit organisations which are central to Irish life.
Pogba dedicates France semi win to rescued Thai boys
France booked their spot in the final after a narrow 1-0 win over Belgium, as defender Samuel Umtiti headed in the vital goal. He was more creative in terms of recovery of the ball, one-on-ones, he performed very well.
ECP postpones election in PK-78 after Peshawar blast
More than 380,000 personnel will be deployed for the elections, according to Major General Asif Ghafoor, the military spokesman. Pakistan's Election Commission has asked the military to help hold a "free and fair election" in the face of security threats.