Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are visiting Ireland as part of a series of Royal trips to European Union members states, began their second day of engagements in Dublin.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex started their second day of engagements with a visit to the official residence of President Michael D Higgins.
The Duke and Duchess met the president and his wife at the statesman’s official residence Aras an Uachtarain, the former British Viceregal lodge in Dublin’s Phoenix Park.
Wearing a taupe, green dress by designer Roland Mouret and black velvet court shoes, Meghan was pictured stepping out of her car. They all looked delighted meeting with each other.
Harry and Meghan signed a visitors’ book after meeting with the President.
Next, they visited Croke Park, the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association. Meghan looked chic in a sleek black pantsuit.
The couple met with some athletes during their visit to the Croke Park.
The Royal couple also visited the Croke Park museum that features some athletic objects and souvenirs.
Next, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted at the EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.
They were greeted by EPIC’s founder and chairman Neville Isdell and his wife, Pamela.
They heard the stories of some of the 10 million Irish people who left Ireland over the centuries and their influence around the globe during their visit to the museum.
Meghan and Harry were greeted by their fans who were desperately waiting to capture photographs with them.
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The couple also visited Famine memorial in Dublin.
This is their first official overseas visit as a married couple to the Republic of Ireland.
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