In a hurry, Meghan? Duchess forgets to remove the PLASTIC from her new £475 tote ahead of whirlwind Ireland tour (but it still sold out within hours of her wearing it)
- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Dublin last night for Ireland tour
- Eagle-eyed fans noted that Meghan had left plastic packaging on new bag
- She owns the £475 tote from Scottish label Strathberry in at least two colours
She has just touched down in Dublin to kick off a whirlwind two days of engagements.
And it seems Meghan was in such a hurry to get her outfit ready, she forgot to remove the plastic casing from her new bag.
Eagle-eyed royal watchers spotted that the Duchess of Sussex, 36, had left the packaging on the protective studs on the underside of her £475 Strathberry tote as she stepped off the plane at Dublin City Airport on Tuesday evening.
The structured tote, featuring a the Scottish designer's bar closure, has already sold out in tan just hours after she was spotted with it.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex touched down in Dublin last night to kick off their two-day Ireland visit, with Meghan carrying a brand new £475 Strathberry tote
Oops! Eagle-eyed royal watchers spotted that the Duchess of Sussex, 36, had left the packaging on the protective studs on the underside of her £475 Strathberry tote
Meghan, who owns the midi tote in at least two colours, is likely to have planned her Ireland wardrobe months in advance and arrived on the Emerald Isle wearing a bottle green Givenchy number in a nod to her hosts.
She also owns the leather in tri-colour burgundy, navy and vanilla, first carrying it during a visit to Edinburgh earlier this year.
After touching down in Dublin with Harry, the Duchess changed into a chic black midi dress by Emilia Wickstead with a square neckline for a garden party at the residence of the British Ambassador to Ireland.
She accessorised with a simple black Givenchy clutch and Morganite Drop Earrings with Pavé Diamonds by her favourite jewellery brand Birks.
Meghan is likely to have planned her Ireland wardrobe months in advance and arrived on the Emerald Isle wearing a bottle green Givenchy number in a nod to her hosts (pictured)
Earlier in the day, she wore an elegant black fit-and-flare Dior dress to a thanksgiving ceremony for the RAF at Westminster Abbey.
Following a meeting with the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar last night, the couple rounded off their first evening in Ireland at the garden party at Glencairn House where Prince Harry made a warm speech to guests, and even tried out a few words in the Irish language.
For last night's garden party Meghan looked radiant, despite a long day of engagements involving three different outfits and hairstyles.
She wore her hair down in loose waves after arriving in Ireland with her locks styled in a side bun, and accessorised with a simple black Givenchy clutch and Morganite Drop Earrings with Pavé Diamonds by her favourite jewellery brand Birks.
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