She later tried to backpedal on her words, saying she was "extremely saddened" at the press reception of her comments, adding she thought the Duchess "looked absolutely beautiful" on the big day. Elaine Adam-Stewart asked the Prince, who found the remark rather amusing.
In addition to Catherine Noone, Irish feminist journalist and women's rights activist Una Mullally tweeted that she had a "great" chat with Meghan about the "importance of her feminist activism".More news: Mandzukic sends Croatia to first World Cup final
Meghan played paralegal-turned-lawyer Rachel Zane on the hit series for seven seasons.
Although Markle closed the chapter on Zane, the US series will gain another strong female character named Samantha Wheeler. She's already accompanied the Queen on a solo outing back in June, and she even travelled on the royal train - something that is unprecedented for such a new member of Kensington Palace.
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.
Insane right? We couldn't even tell! "She's got a quick and sharp wit and loves a good cat-and-mouse game", Heigl shared.More news: Bottom and rear of Galaxy Note 9 seen in leaked poster
However it looks like we will have to wait a little while longer, with the former Suits star shutting down pregnancy rumours by breaking one of the cardinal rule of expecting a baby-no alcohol.
"For me it's such a pleasure and a joy because, less than a year ago I was going through so much stuff".
"If there was a Wimbledon royalty, I would like to believe I would be Wimbledon royalty because I've done pretty well here in the past", Williams told reporters on Thursday as she stood one win away from winning an eighth Wimbledon title.More news: Police officer resigns ahead of hearing on Puerto Rico shirt incident