Meghan Markle changed into a chic black pantsuit for her visit to Croke Park this morning.
Before they travelled to the iconic GAA stadium, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were formally welcomed to Ireland by President Michael D. Higgins.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Áras an Uachtaráin on Wednesday morning, and Meghan stunned in a Roland Mouret dress.
However, the former actress slipped into something more comfortable for Croke Park as showed up wearing a striking black pantsuit.
Greeted by Uachtarán John Horan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have arrived to @CrokePark for a very special visit to the GAA Museum and a demonstration of our Games #RoyalVisitIreland pic.twitter.com/rq40yIq5q7
— The GAA (@officialgaa) July 11, 2018
Harry and Meghan are now at Croke Park. The Duchess has had a quick change of wardrobe and she is now looking very stylish in a “Business Casual” Ensemble. Once again guys, I’m not a Fashion Blogger and I never will be. 😉 #RoyalVisitIreland 🍀 pic.twitter.com/5d0VGDz4Gz
— Kate ❤ and Meg 🌺 (@KateCandMeg) July 11, 2018
Meghan looks to have changed into a trouser suit for the couple’s visit to Croke Park pic.twitter.com/EQxo1ZpJS5
— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) July 11, 2018
The couple touched down in Dublin yesterday afternoon, and the pair were greeted by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
As always, Meghan looked stunning as she stepped off their plane in a forest green Givenchy dress.
After meeting Leo Varadkar, Meghan and Harry attended a summer garden party at the British Ambassador’s headquarters, where they met people from across Ireland’s arts, sports, military and social enterprise sectors.
After attending the Gaelic sports festival at Croke Park, which is the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the couple will travel to Trinity College, where they will see the Book of Kells, one of Ireland’s greatest cultural treasures.
The pair will then have a moment for reflection at the Famine Memorial, before visiting the Irish Emigration Museum.
The Duke and Duchess will also learn more about the bright future of Ireland by paying a visit to DogPatch Labs, a co-working space for technology start-ups.
Here, Harry and Meghan will meet children and young people taking part in free coding workshops, and will also have the opportunity to talk to female tech entrepreneurs.
Wasting no time, the couple will jet back to the UK on Wednesday night, so people will get another chance to see them at Dublin airport.