Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan arrived in Dublin Tuesday on their first foreign trip as a married couple. This visit is at the request of Her Majesty's Government. The couple will attend a summer party at the British Ambassador's residence.
Meghan and Harry, who tied the knot at St George's Chapel nearly two months ago, looked completely in love and held hands as they arrived at the Chapel Royal, at St James' Palace, alongside the Cambridges, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. The royals will see a number of traditional Gaelic sports being played, such as hurling, camogie and rounders, as well as meeting the players.
Other visits include DogPatch Labs to meet youth learning coding through free workshops.
It's a busy day for the former actress, who will be heading off to Ireland with her husband later in the day for an official two-day visit - their first overseas!
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Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive in Ireland on first global trip
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex began their first official global visit together when they arrived in Ireland on Tuesday. The Duchess of Sussex changed into a black midi dress for a summer party held at Glencairn House in Dublin.
William and Kate's youngest is now fifth in line to the throne, with older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte fourth and fifth respectively.
When Meghan signed her name with a flourish, Harry added, "Yours is much nicer than mine".
More than 2,200 people packed out Westminster Abbey for the service, with dignitaries including Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson and the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby attending.