Meghan Markle high-fives children at Croke Park during visit

Emmett Rice
July 12, 2018

According to Irish senator Catherine Noone, who was one of the leaders of the recent referendum to legalize abortion in Ireland, Meghan expressed her support for Noone's efforts. Will they hold hands there?

As Harry and Meghan posed for a picture with President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina, the duke replied laughing "most definitely".

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

The royal couple had a cute moment with some pooches!

The Royals opted for smoked salmon for starters and Meghan had a roast hake for mains while Harry had the roast lamb, restaurateur Darren Free confirmed to the publication. Well, as a duchess, she isn't supposed to weigh in on any political matters - let alone reveal any biases she might have.

"He also talked a lot about winning the match tonight".

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"Harry said "You've given me more hair", she disclosed.

She then added: "I should say she seemed pleased - she was interested and very measured, not political at all".

Students and tourists flocked to the Irish capital's Trinity College, screaming and shouting to greet the royal couple, who were on their first official trip overseas as a married couple.

With her hair falling soft waves around her shoulders, the Duchess was seen grinning broadly as she strolled to the couple's next meeting in a pair of Sarah Flint heels.

Katie Balfe, who is studying journalism, appeared emotional as she spoke to the duchess, telling her she was a personal "inspiration" as a high-profile advocate of women's rights. "She knows what she wants and really it was an absolute joy working with her", she said.

On this occasion, Markle may or may not have made some comments she shouldn't have done - but, after the media storm it's caused, she'll certainly be more careful in the future.

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