The Duke and Duchess of Sussex may have an 11-strong entourage accompanying them on their official visit to Ireland, but it seems a make-up artist isn't part of their group.
According to Meghan's professional make-up artist and close friend Daniel Martin, the duchess has been doing her own make-up herself for some of her royal engagements with Harry.
And that's despite three outfit changes in one day for the duchess on Tuesday.
When a fan asked on Instagram whether he had created her natural look at the RAF service at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday (July 10), Martin revealed: "I didn't [do the make-up] but she's so good herself, right!?
"She did her make-up herself for this."
Much like her natural, minimal make-up look on her wedding day, the 36-year-old appears to have used just a touch of blush, some pink lipstick, brown eyeshadow, and some mascara.
For the royal wedding, Martin had previously said he only "spot treated" with foundation and concealer so it didn't cover up the duchess' freckles, and instead gave her natural glow.
"It wasn't about a trendy make-up. It wasn't about a lot of eye, or a lot of lip. It was about her, and her being confident," he added on Good Morning America.
Meanwhile, the royal couple's entourage is said to include celebrity hairdresser George Northwood, who styled her hair for the evening reception at the royal wedding, to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Their group also includes Harry's Private Secretary Ed Lane Fox, Meghan's Assistant Private Secretary Amy Pickerill, Kensington Palace Communications Secretary Jason Knauf, the couple's advisor Sir David Manning, press officers Ciara Berry and Emily Rosselli, and a digital media photographer (via Hello!).
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently on their first overseas tour as a married couple, spending two days in Ireland as they undertake a number of engagements.