The Duchess of Sussex, AKA Meghan Markle, visited Dublin yesterday with husband Harry for a whirlwind official tour of the city - stopping at Aras an Uachtarain, Trinity College and the British Embassy.
The royal couple also popped into a beloved city centre favourite for lunch today, Delahunt on Camden Street.
What did they eat, you wonder? Well, Delahunt shared a photo of two appetising dishes (one fish, one meat) and from what we know about Meghan favouring a low meat diet, we believe that Meghan opted for the fish plate.
The dish appears on Delahunt's restaurant menu for (two courses for €34 today, so no royal prices!) and appears to be a delicious sounding hake creation.
The dish worthy of a Duchess is "Roast hake, curried mussels with mussel velouté, saffron potato, roast cauliflower and baby leek"
Harry's choice doesn't appear on the menu at Delahunt, but it looks to be a slow-cooked lamb with sliced radish, mash and a garnish.
We hope they enjoyed their meal... And we've a sneaky suspicion that Delahunt will be very, very busy in the weeks to come.