After their meeting with the President, Meghan & Harry drove to Croke Park, a gaelic athletic association. They met with young athletes and were shown exhibits from Croke Park’s museum, including artefacts from the Bloody Sunday massacre.
Then before heading to Trinity College, they were seen meeting people/fans waiting outside for them at Parliament Square. Meghan received gorgeous flowers and she was all smiling to meet people as much as she could.
They had a short visit at Trinity College were they viewed the Book of Kells & The Long Room of the Old Library. Outside the building, they applaused students singing and playing instruments on stage.
After taking their lunch, Meghan & Harry had a special visit at the Famine Memorial by the creator behind the statues, Rowan Gillespie. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were left ‘profoundly and powerfully moved’.
Then, they walked nearby at EPIC Museum also known as the Irish Emigration Museum. EPIC is an immersive & interactive museum about the history of the Irish diaspora and emigration to other countries.
At the end of the day, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex visited Dogpatch Labs,a startup hub, located in the historic chq Building and in the heart of Dublin’s Digital Docklands . There they spent time with schoolchildren from across Ireland.
A BIG thank you to the British Embassy and Julien Behal Photography for letting us use their amazing pictures of Meghan & Harry’s visit in Dublin #RoyalVisitIreland.