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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have landed in Ireland


THE ROYAL VISIT is officially underway as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have arrived at Dublin Airport.

Source: Tom Honan/Julien Behal Photography

Meghan and Harry will be in Ireland for the next two days where they will take in all the sights that Ireland has to offer including Croke Park (or Crows Park if you’re the Sun’s Royal correspondent) and they’ll also be meeting Michael D. Higgins.

It’s also expected that Meghan will be given information regarding her Irish relatives. Genealogist Lorna Moloney found that Meghan has Irish ancestry from Ballinasloe which was discovered by Lorna through public records.

The couple turned up dressed for the occasion with Harry sporting a green tie and Meghan wearing a deep green Givenchy guna which is a nice touch. They’re heading to the British ambassador Robin Barnett’s house where Prince Harry is expected to make a speech but first, they’re meeting Taoiseach (or tea set) Leo Varadkar.

Some people are very excited for the visit and have got their merch ready to go.

If you can see them, it means you’re friends now.

The big question on everyone’s lips is, will Meghan return to Diceys?

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