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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ate stew and drank Guinness during their visit to a Belfast pub this morning

They also asked to sample local beers.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Visit Northern Ireland Source: Pool

AS YOU MAY have heard, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle paid a surprise visit to Belfast today.

One of their first stops was The Crown pub. Meghan wore a green skirt, a white top and a leather handbag with a bit of an orange hue off of it. You can’t deny that she looks like the tricolour in this pic:

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Visit Northern Ireland Source: Pool

Was she trying to send us a subliminal message? Who knows.

Anyway, while the pair of them were in The Crown Liquor Saloon (a former gin palace), they had a quick bite to eat.

Harry ordered sausage and champ, while Meghan had some stew. They each had a half pint of Guinness, and asked the bartender for a sample of a local beer. He gave them a half pint of Mourne Mountain Brewery Gold Ale.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Visit Northern Ireland Source: Pool

The Crown is one of the oldest pubs in Belfast, and is a pretty popular tourist attraction as a result.

After they visited the pub, they met members of the public and some school students, before heading to the Titanic Belfast maritime museum.

Royal visit to Northern Ireland Source: Peter Byrne

They even posed in front of a projection of the the iconic stairs from the movie Titanic.

Royal visit to Northern Ireland Source: PA Wire/PA Images

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