The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, landed in Dublin yesterday for their two-day royal visit and they've been making the most of their time in Ireland.
Their schedule for today was packed with official meetings at Aras an Uachtarain with two hours allocated for lunch - no mean feat, we imagine, of choosing where to dine in Dublin city from all the wonderful options it boasts.
The Royal couple opted for a Camden Street favourite - Delahunt
Crowds are gathered outside the restaurant as security guards the entrance. Delahunt is a charming contemporary Irish restaurant and bar situated in an historic Victorian building, with a secret cocktail bar hidden upstairs that we hope the Duke and Duchess had a cocktail in.
Looks like Harry & Meghan are dining today @DelahuntCamden - one of our faves in the city! Either there, @ToltecaIreland or a chicken fillet roll in @CentraIRL #RoyalVisitIreland #MEGS pic.twitter.com/X0CxNS1c09— Patrick & Russell | GastroGays (@GastroGays) July 11, 2018
Delahunt even shared a photo of a table set for Royalty!
Here's what the couple are up to for the rest of the day:
Trinity College - Where Meghan and Harry will take a look at the historic Book of Kells.
Croke Park - The royals will enjoy the Gaelic Sports Festival in GAA HQ.
Famine Memorial - The newlyweds will visit the memorial at Dublin’s Docklands.
EPIC - They’ll then tour the Irish Emigration Museum.
DogPatch - Meghan and Harry will learn about tech start-ups.