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Adam-Stewart told the publication, "He laughed and said 'Five children?"

The newly-appointed Duchess of Sussex was busy meeting-and-greeting several guests at the British Ambassador to Ireland's residence on Tuesday when she allegedly broke a major rule: don't be political.

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan began a two-day visit to Dublin on Tuesday, their first trip overseas since their wedding in May.

According to the Evening Standard, designer Mouret is close friends with the duchess and was rumoured to be one of the top contenders to design her wedding dress.

Upon her arrival in Dublin, Meghan was spotted wearing a green Givenchy skirt and blouse, along with a Strathberry midi tote.

The Duchess of Sussex, who is on an official tour of Ireland with Prince Harry, expressed her opinion on the abortion debate in the country thus inviting flak online. "The Duchess and I had a chat about the recent referendum - she watched with interest and was pleased with the result".

One toddler appeared to take a liking to Meghan's hair, which she wore down around her shoulders, and couldn't resist reaching out to touch her loose locks.

For their second outing, the royal couple visited Dublin's famous Croke Park to learn about traditional Gaelic games, such as hurling (an ancient Irish field sport) and camogie (a women's stick-and-ball team sport). The former "Suits" actress appeared to carry a almost $2,000 Givenchy GV3 bag.

While she may have looked right at home outside the church, inside it was a different story, with the Duchess crossing her legs in a major royal blunder.

David Balfany, who was in Dublin with his family on holiday from America, said he had asked the duchess whether she would be attending the reunion of their alma mater Northwestern.

The duchess was given a box of chocolate mint Girl Guide cookies by a guide group visiting from Canada, telling them she too had been a Girl Scout for "many years".

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