Harry and Meghan took to the streets of Dublin for day #2 of their Irish tour.
The Duchess of Sussex started her second day in Dublin wearing a Roland Mouret midi dress, but quickly changed into one of her signature looks – a sophisticated trouser suit by Givenchy. She also successfully braved the cobbled streets as she toured the Irish Famine Memorial, in a pair of stilettos, which is no small feat. When some fans told her she was coping well with the difficult Dublin terrain, Meghan responded playfully, “I’m trying!”
The pair had a tight schedule, consisting of sporting activities, diplomacy and being taken on a tour of Ireland’s rich history (which they admit they had been reading up on!). They visited the Famine Memorial and the Epic museum, where they learnt about the stories of the country’s 10 million emigrants. Neither Harry or Meghan could conceal their amazement over the bravery of some of the emigrants, both very moved by the stories. Afterwards, they visited a co-working space for technology startups.
There was one final walkabout before they departed for England in time for the World Cup match against Croatia. Before they departed though, they were hurled many questions from fans about starting a family. One mum playfully remarked, “I told Harry my husband has red hair, and he gave me five children, and asked him, ‘When are you and Meghan going to get going?’” Adam-Stewart, her husband, said afterwards. “Harry laughed and said five’s too many.”