The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have embarked on their second busy day in Ireland on their official tour at the request of Her Majesty’s government.
The pair arrived in Dublin City Airport on Tuesday after a busy day of attending the Royal Air Force’s centenary year in London, and were greeted by the Irish Prime Minister, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
On Wednesday, the couple are spendig the morning meeting with the President at Áras an Uachtaráin before heading over the Croke Park. They will then view the historic Book of Kells of the Long Room of the Old Library at Trinity College, which holds the oldest harp in Ireland as well at the collection’s 200,000 oldest books.
The couple certainly have a busy afternoon as they will visit Trinity College before viewing the Famine Memorial on the bank of River Liffey, before walking to the EPIC Irish Emigration Museum. They will then attending DogPatch Labs, a space for technology start-ups in Dublin.
Meghan looked fabulous in a flattering grey dress by Roland Mouret with an asymmetrical skirt and sash waist. She accessorized the look with black heels and a matching handbag, along with a pair of diamond earrings.
The Duchess of Sussex was all smiles after changing into a pair of trousers and a tailored blazer to visit Croke Park, home of Ireland’s largest sporting organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association. Prince Harry also changed into a grey jacket and matching trousers as they were shown around the park.