Wednesday 11 July 2018

Meghan and Harry captivate crowds in Dublin's Croke Park

The Duchess of Sussex has today captured hearts and won over a nation as she tickled children, joked with a president and played with dogs on her whirlwind tour of Ireland. 

Meghan and Harry started a second day of engagements in Dublin with a visit to the official residence of President Michael D Higgins where they bonded over their shared love of rescue dogs.

Looking typically elegant in black velvet court shoes, a £3,850 Fendi handbag and a taupe green dress by designer Roland Mouret, Meghan beamed as she met the President, his wife and their Bernese Mountain Dogs.

The couple both impressively managed a speedy change of clothes before making their way to Croke Park, home of Ireland's largest sporting organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association.

Meghan donned a sharp tailored black suit, patent court shoes and a simple white t-shirt, finishing the look with a black clutch bag. She even completely restyled her hair, replacing her immaculate chignon bun with loose tousled waves. 

Bounding with energy and enthusiasm, the pair played with youngsters at the grounds with Harry even letting one cheeky chap stroke his beard as another pulled Meghan's hair. 

And England were even given a boost ahead of their crucial World Cup match this evening when the Duke of Sussex declared football was 'most definitely coming home' as he met Ireland's president. 


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