MEGHAN Markle looked chic in grey Rolan Mouret for the second day of her royal visit in Dublin today - but fans were more concerned about her choice of bra.
Given that the Duchess of Sussex was wearing her favourite boat neckline dress, you'd think she'd have the undies nailed by now.
Wrong bra. Unflattering colour. Sorry Meghan. Its a fashion fail.— Karen (@Tory_Karen) July 11, 2018
She needs some support in the innerwear department.— seema'unlimited (@seemarkmenon) July 11, 2018
But royal fans tweeted that she "needs some support in the innerwear department", while others called her choice of bra a "fashion fail".
The 36-year-old donned a very similar dress by the same designer, costing £1,350, on the night before her wedding to Prince Harry.
Back in May, she was pictured arriving at Cliveden House with her mother Doria Ragland in a blue dress cut in the same style.
The stunning fit-and-flare wool-crepe frock has a waterfall hem detailing.
- Roland Mouret Barwick Dress in navy, £1,350, Harvey Nichols - buy now
- Roland Mouret Barwick Dress in poppy red, £1,350, Selfridges - buy now
Bucking royal tradition, which sees royal clutch delicate tote bags, Meghan accessorised her outfit with a black Fendi tote costing £2,890 today.
The Peekaboo Essential bag comes in a range of colours - including beige, grey and navy.
- Peekaboo Essential Black Leather Bag, £2,890, Fendi - buy now
We haven't spotted a grey version of the frock on the open market yet, but it's still available in blue and red - although we're afraid it doesn't come cheap.
Meghan accessorised with a pair of Birks Snowflake diamond and white gold earrings - which cost a huge £9,000 ($12,000).
- Snowstorm Diamond Earrings in White Gold, £9,000, Maison Birks - buy now
Meghan made another ‘faux pas’ after crossing her legs again yesterday… metres away from Kate’s perfect ‘Duchess’ slant.
While here's why her LBD is such a ‘shocking’ choice (because the designer slammed her wedding dress as a rip off).
And the royal trip is a far-cry from her wild holiday to Dublin back in 2013.