Meghan Markle high-fives children at Croke Park during visit

"They were both just lovely, gave everyone time, completely appropriate and charming", she said referring to Markle and Harry. On day two of her visit to Dublin with Prince Harry, Meghan made a decision to rock a custom version of the same dress again - only this time in a different color.

Harry leaned in to say hello to Dylan Mahon, who grabbed the smiling prince's beard, as Meghan covered her mouth laughing.

"Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex looked absolutely lovely on her wedding day and I have the utmost admiration and respect for her", she wrote.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had some sweet interactions with youngsters, with one little boy, 3-year-old Walter Cullen, reaching for Meghan's hair and even her face. British troops opened fire on a crowd there almost a century ago, on a day known as Bloody Sunday during Ireland's War of Independence. Noted dog-lover Meghan, who wore a Roland Mouret dress, spent time with the President's mountain dogs.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now on their first official visit to Ireland.

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Upon her arrival in Dublin, Meghan was spotted wearing a green Givenchy skirt and blouse, along with a Strathberry midi tote.

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Being of the royal family, the newlyweds are familiar with bell-ringing etiquette (I imagine), but that didn't prevent an awkward moment post-clang.

She went on to critique the fit - particularly cutting words, coming from a couture designer - suggesting her dress was too loose. The Prince complemented her ensemble in a crisp blazer and slacks.

And during Harry and Meghan's interview with the BBC, after announcing their engagement in November 2017, Harry said the couple plan to "start a family in the near future".

Rachel Marks, 19, said the duchess had also been excited about watching the game, confirming she would be tuning in this evening.

During their visit to Ireland, Prince Harry also signed his name on President Michael Higgins' guest book.

Fire or no fire, Meghan is giving everyone something to talk about with her Ireland trip.

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