First up, she stepped out alongside Prince Harry, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Queen to attend the Royal Air Force centenary celebrations at Buckingham Palace wearing a navy version of her wedding dress!
The Audrey Hepburn-inspired dark navy gown, custom Dior no less, featured the same bateau neckline (that she has favoured on more than one occasion) three quarter sleeves and a belted wait. She paired the look with a matching navy headpiece by Stephen Jones and nude pumps.
Following the Air Force celebrations, Meghan and Harry hopped on a place headed for Dublin where they kicked off their two-day Ireland visit - their first official royal tour as a married couple.
Stepping off the plane, Meghan had changed out of her Dior dress and into a very fitting green ensemble by Givenchy. The forest green look was actually a skirt and top and she paired the look with another pair of nude pumps and her favourite tan Strathberry tote.
Soon after touching down, and another outfit change, the royal couple headed to a garden party at the residence of the British Ambassador to Ireland, Robin Barnett, where Harry delivered a speech.
“We’re so pleased to be here, for our first official international visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many,” Harry said during his speech.
For this event Meghan opted for an LBD by Emilia Wickstead (who reportedly criticised wedding gown just months ago).