The smitten couple are now set to visit the world famous Croke Park Gaelic football stadium, meet locals during a walk about of Trinity College and pay their respects at the Famine Memorial.
Meghan and Harry touched down in Ireland on Tuesday for a two-day visit - their first tour as husband and wife.
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"I was like, 'Hold the wisps [of her hair] back-it's a Royal Wedding for God's sake'".
Upon their arrival, Markle and her prince were greeted by the Taoiseach (or prime minister) of Ireland, Leo Varadkar. And while there are many benefits that come with being a member of the royal family, there are some things that Meghan has had to give up.
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Earlier, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as they are formally known, met with Irish President Michael D. Higgins at his official residence. The tailored two-piece looked fabulous on the former Suits actress - it featured a cropped sleeve jacket which coordinated with her cropped pants in a sharp black hue which hugged her slim frame.
Getty Images The Duchess of Sussex at Croke Park.
The Duchess, 36, paired the fitted and flared dress with a navy headpiece from milliner Stephen Jones, just hours after dividing fans in olive green Ralph Lauren at Prince Louis' christening at St James' Palace. But don't expect her Givenchy suit to be her last outfit of the day.
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One little boy, three-year-old Walter Cullen, showed his excitement at meeting the Duchess of Sussex as he playfully touched her face.