The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have touched down in Dublin for their two-day visit having coming straight from Kensington Palace where they celebrated 100 years of the RAF.
The event marked the 100th anniversary of the world's oldest Air Force - the Royal Air Force - which was formed on April 1, 1918, independent of the British Army and Royal Navy. Meghan looked in great spirits as the pair arrived in the Irish capital, wearing a fitted green dress by one of her favourite designer's Givenchy, which featured side pockets and an on-trend mid-length cut. she accessorised the design with Strathberry Mid tote in tan, and matching court shoes.
Where will they visit in Ireland? Following the service at Westminster, a royal flypast took place over Buckingham Palace.
It's been almost three months since the newest member of the British Royal Family arrived, and I think it's safe to say we've all been eager to catch another glimpse of the little guy.
She broke Royal tradition again by baring her shoulders in the elegant pale pink dress at the Trooping the Colour ceremony, to mark the Queen's birthday.
Their visit to Dublin will include Croke Park, Trinity College, and the starvation memorial, Irish Mirror reports.
The visit ensures Ireland enjoys an embarrassment of royal visits, with the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall touring Kerry and Cork only last month.