Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, arrive at the airport for a two-day visit to Dublin, July 10, 2018. As the camera pans out, it looks like the Prince is explaining what's so amusing to his wife, the answer to which appears to bring a smile to Kate's lips as well.
However, Prince Harry's bride had no brooch or bejewelled accessory in sight on her dress - the only member of the royal family to not wear one to the ceremony.
[MUSIC]. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] She is therefore exempt from bearing any prefix other than the singular "Queen".
He added: "The boat neck and cut is reminiscent of the wedding gown so it's a silhouette she knows wows".
Kate opted for an Alexander McQueen style.
Both dresses feature a similar boat neckline and silhouette.
Missing was the queen's husband, Prince Philip, 97, who has retired from public life.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are carrying out their first joint engagement to the Republic of Ireland, with a two-day visit to Dublin.
The event also marked another stop in what is a very busy itinerary for the newlywed royal couple, who will fly to Dublin soon after the celebrations, where as well as attending meetings with Irish President Michael Higgins and Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, the royal couple will visit the home of Gaelic football and the country's most popular university.
The Queen, 92, was front and centre for the RAF events.
Standing in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace as she presented a new Queen's colour to the RAF, she spoke of the "remarkable contribution to defence" over the last 100 years.
After dazzling in a attractive cream V-neck dress by Alexander McQueen yesterday at Prince Louis' christening , topped off with a stunning Jane Taylor headband, the Duchess of Cambridge donned yet another attractive look by the British label.
The anniversary brought the royal fab four together again.
This year marks the centenary of the Royal Air Force - the world's first independent air force - which was founded on 1 April 1918, independent of the British Army and Royal Navy.
A century later, the RAF is engaged in 13 missions across 26 countries and is heavily committed on operations both at home and overseas, according to Buckingham Palace.