Meghan Markle brushes rumours of controversy aside by wearing Emilia Wickstead

GETTYThe spectacular show will see a range of aircraft including the C-130 Hercules

This trip is the first official overseas royal tourfthe Duke and Duchess have carried out as a married couple.

In celebrity circles the best way to banish rumours of controversy or bad blood is to face the issue directly, which usually means posting a selfie on all social channels with your rumoured frenemy or going a step further and collaborating on a new album, fashion collection, make-up line or TV show with that rumoured non-friend.

Meghan Markle can be seen in the video above crossing her legs. They will go on to a garden party at the Glencairn House - the United Kingdom embassy in Dublin.

After being called out for her controversial comments, Wickstead cleared the air by releasing a full statement apologising for her remarks.

Markle clearly has zero issue with the designer as she proved yesterday.

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The Queen at Westminster Abbey to celebrate 100 years of the Royal Air Force, July 2018.

The wife of Prince Harry has consistently sported the luxury Scottish handbag brand and who can blame her when the range is this fabulous.

After arriving at Dublin City Airport, Harry and Meghan were due to meet with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

Then again, it's possible that Wickstead didn't notice - and that Markle had other things on her mind; among them, lending support to her husband, as evidenced by her public displays of affection for him, including hand holding and arm linking - a rarity on Royal tours.

HELLO! spoke to Leeanne Hundleby, the co-owner and founder of Strathberry who revealed: "We are delighted that the Duchess of Sussex chose to carry Strathberry for her début official oversea visit to Dublin, the third time she has championed our brand".

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