However, the olive colour scheme and designer - reported as Ralph Lauren by fashion-tracking site Meghan's Mirror - are new for her since she became a royal.
"He's not coming" was what the little monkey had to say and honestly could she be any cuter?
Yesterday, the 33-year-old refused to be pushed on the Three Lions' chances in Russian Federation when Ireland rugby legend Brian O'Driscoll quizzed him over tonight's semi-final against Croatia.
But this isn't the first time a royal has been criticised for their political stand on an issue.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex toured the ground hand in hand.
Meghan, 36, made the comment as she spoke to members of the public after visiting the Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin.
As Kate chatted to the archbishop while holding Louis, she could be heard describing her sleeping son as "very relaxed and peaceful".
The senator deleted the tweet not long after, following replies from her followers about the royal rule Meghan had broken. As Travel + Leisure previously reported, the Duchess' stylish wardrobe has cost the royal family an estimated $1 million.
Now on an official royal engagement in Ireland, Meghan attended a summer soiree at the British Ambassador's residence at Glencairn House in Dublin, where she sipped on a glass of champagne.