Prince Harry and Meghan Markle mobbed by fans on Dublin tour

Meghan and Harry arrive in Dublin

Harry said he and Meghan hoped to reflect on some of the hard passages in the neighboring islands' history when they visit a memorial to Ireland's Great Famine of the 1840's and the Gaelic sports stadium Croke Park. She then changed into a gorgeous Emilia Wickstead black cocktail dress with matching heels for a dinner at Glencairn.

Michelle Fanara went to high school with Markle and credits the Duchess of Sussex with helping her come into her own.

Later in the day at Croke Park, Meghan rocked a black Givenchy suit with Sarah Flint pumps.

Earlier in the day, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had an adorable run in with an Irish toddler.

POOL New / Reuters Meghan Markle wearing a Roland Mouret dress a day ahead of her wedding.

Prince Harry commented about the affinity between the Duchess of Sussex and the royal corgis during an engagement interview back in November 2017, according to The Bark.

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On Wednesday, the Duchess of Sussex wore a glamorous black pantsuit suit from Givenchy ― the same fashion label that made her wedding dress ― on a visit to Croke Park in Ireland.

"She said she had not seen that before".

Speaking about the relationship between England and Ireland, Harry said: "I have the greatest confidence that the friendship, collaboration and mutual understanding that our two countries have built up over the years will endure and it will grow". But given how comfortable the royal couple is with children, they all had a laugh about it, with Harry pretending to scold the adorable tot.

"She said she was really enjoying her visit and that what I said made it even more special", she said.

Excited students and tourists flocked to Trinity College's Parliament Square to catch a glimpse of Meghan and Harry as their whirlwind visit to Dublin took them to the Irish capital's prestigious university.

Both Harry and Meghan changed their outfits following a morning meeting with the Irish President, Michael D. Higgins and his wife.

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