Including large white ribbons and the coronet of Prince Harry, the china has a decorative border inspired by the ironwork of the 13th-century Gilebertus door of St George's Chapel.
"It's very sweet", said Meghan.
She accessorized the look with dark red Manolo Blahnik stiletto heels and an affordable £185 top-handed bag from British brand Charlotte Elizabeth - which has already sold out since the soon-to-be royal sported the accessory for the occasion - and she kept her brown locks tucked away in a neat low bun. The documentary titled, Meghan Markle: An American Princess, will feature a behind-the-scenes look into the process of the couple's engagement and a deeper understanding of Markle's private life. "He said: "Oh, non-slip". Harry replied drily: "Not now no", and then added: "One step at a time and hopefully we'll start a family in the near future". They also visited an organization called Catalyst Inc, which helps support scientific innovation in Northern Ireland.
She loves to run laps around Kensington gardens, which is just outside Kensington Palace. Pub manager Andrew Dickinson told how Meghan showed no signs that stout was an acquired taste and had taken the beer in her stride.
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The American actress and her fiance, on a whirlwind trip to the region, toured the Crown Liquor Saloon - a major tourist attraction in the city.
The couple were also promised an early wedding present: bespoke spades made by Colin Dawson of the National Trust's Patterson spade mill, the man who has provided personal spades for the Queen and Prince Charles.
The Royal couple has been meeting members of the public throughout the day whilst learning about how young people are shaping the future of Northern Ireland. The Trust, which works alongside the royal family on everything from souvenirs to valuable royal treasures and historic artefacts, released the collection at the weekend and it's certainly something special.
The interactive centre, built beside the slipway from where the iconic liner was launched, charts the history of the Titanic from the laying of its keel in 1909 to its sinking on its maiden voyage from Southampton to NY in 1912.
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