The newlyweds kicked off their second day in Ireland with diplomacy, sports and a dive into the rich heritage of Dublin.
After meeting President Michael Higgins at his residence Áras an Uachtaráin, Harry and Meghan, who wore a taupe green dress (with another boatneck!) by Roland Mouret, headed to the city’s famous Croke Park to see some of the traditional sports of the country.
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The pair observed Gaelic games including hurling (an Irish field sport with ancient origins), camogie (a bat-and-ball game played by women that resembles hurling) and (also a bat-and-ball game).
Harry, 33, has put the benefits of sports at the heart of his public work. When he and Meghan, 36, toured the U.K. in the run-up to their May 19 wedding, they featured youth sports on their stop in Wales.
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Meghan changed into a sleek pair of black pants paired with a black blazer and fitted white shirt for their next excursion. She also let down her hair into loose waves.
Later on Wednesday, there will be a chance for the couple to immerse themselves in some of the history of Ireland — with a view of the Book of Kells, a 9th-century illustrated depiction of the Bible’s four Gospels and one of the world’s most famous manuscripts.
They were then set to meet locals and students during a walkabout at the city’s famous Trinity College.
The royal visit to Dublin is scheduled to end after the couple meets female tech entrepreneurs and joins in the birthday celebrations of a global network of free computer programming clubs that started in the Irish city of Cork seven years ago.