Prince Harry and Meghan visit Republic of Ireland

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Dublin, Ireland on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th July.

Meghan clearly loves rose pink as it was the colour chosen for her first ever engagement as an official royal, wearing Goat to celebrate Prince Charles 70 birthday.

The Book of Kells is one of Ireland's greatest cultural treasures, and is on display at Trinity College in the heart of Dublin.

Meghan and Harry will have the opportunity to hear from female tech entrepreneurs at the lab. Meghan has always been a supporter of gender equality and programs that foster female empowerment and educational opportunities for women.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have touched down in Dublin for their two-day visit having coming straight from Kensington Palace where they celebrated 100 years of the RAF.

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On June 26, Meghan chose a blush pink skirt and top by Miuccia Prada, for the Queen's Young Leaders Awards at Buckingham Palace.

The royal brothers wore their military uniforms as they arrived at Westminster Abbey Tuesday morning for a service marking the centenary.

Tourists can follow in Harry and Meghan's footsteps by visiting the GAA museum and taking a stadium tour.

Donning a fit-and-flare black Dior with a boatneck, not dissimilar from the neckline of her Givenchy wedding dress, Meghan paired it up with a netted hat from Stephen Jones, complementing her elegant side bun which celebrity hairstylists say is fast becoming her signature look since Markle stepped into her royal shoes. Prince William formerly served as an RAF search-and-rescue pilot, while Prince Harry received helicopter training from the RAF during his time in the Army Air Corps.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev. Justin Welby, presided over Louis' christening, just as he did for Meghan's baptism and confirmation.

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