Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have shut down Camden Street in Dublin.
The royal couple are attending a private lunch ahead of their final visits today.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are eating in Delahunt, which is a contemporary Irish restaurant, known for its fine dining, and has been awarded a Michelin Star.
Camden Street parking blocked off due to Prince Harry and the missus having lunch nearby. My guess is Zaytoon pic.twitter.com/2QWv3rY1gY
— Roger Cross (@rwcbl) July 11, 2018
— Kevin Fagan (@cream2004) July 11, 2018
Some VIPs due on Camden street soon. pic.twitter.com/W5TTqKNaG0
— Jason Kennedy (@jasonpkennedy) July 11, 2018
It’s situated in a historic Victorian building, food on the luxurious menu includes Rost Hake, Slow Roast Pork Belly and Tar Tar of Irish Fillet Beef.
Crowds began to gather on the street outside, lining up by the barriers.
Armed Gardaí protected the restaurant so the royal couple could enjoy their meal.
The armed presence was photographed on nearby rooftops, keeping an eye on the crowds below.
As per the rest of the couple’s visit, the Garda helicopter was circling nearby.
Delahunt’s even shared a snap of the exact table the pair were perched at so now you can enjoy a royal dining experience there too.
Naturally, the best table in the house was reserved for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The restaurant took to Instagram to share a snap of their seats and said, “Our best table for a special occasion! Ready for a Royal service.”