Prince Harry gets a chuckle out of fan's baby-making remark

GETTYSlipping one leg over the over has been referred to as “the Sussex sit”

GETTYSlipping one leg over the over has been referred to as “the Sussex sit”

To initiate the visit - and the pair's first overseas engagement as a married couple - Prince Harry gave a four-minute speech at Glencairn in Sandyford remarking on the unique relationship between the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The couple walked past the ecstatic royal fans standing five deep against crash barriers, greeting as many of them as they could. On day two of her visit to Dublin with Prince Harry, Meghan chose to rock a custom version of the same dress again - only this time in a different color.

An Irish politician tweeted about her meeting with Meghan Markle, claiming she expressed support for the abortion referendum result in Ireland.

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They're playing even better than I expected - getting a score in the first five minutes was cracking. But once you're here and played as well as we did, you want to take those opportunities in life.

Visiting Dublin's Croke Park on Wednesday, the Duchess of Sussex let her hair down after having it up in a sleek bun earlier in the day. Trussell also weighed in on the royal couple's signatures combined.

The Duchess of Sussex opted for a neutral palette with her Roland Mouret dress and black Fendi bag. "During their May 19 wedding when the Reverend said, "[Marriage] is given as the foundation of family life in which children are born and nurtured", Harry turned to his bride with a big smile on his face which she quickly returned.

Traditionally, members of the royal family are supposed to refrain from showing any political views and are not allowed to vote.

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Western governments and activists have urged China to release the 57-year-old, who has never been charged with a crime. Amnesty International reported that Liu told a friend in Germany in April, "If I can't leave, I'll die in my home".

Meghan Markle has proven herself to be a style icon in the making during her whirlwind tour of Dublin.

Katie Balfe, who is studying journalism, appeared emotional as she spoke to the duchess, telling her she was a personal "inspiration" as a high-profile advocate of women's rights.

The giant stadium in Dublin is the home of Ireland's largest sporting organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association. "Too many!'" she recalled to People.com.

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It is in the knockout rounds that I hit my stride, though, and I hope to continue like this. It was hard to take two years ago, and we do not want a repeat of that".

The oversized black design set her back just £45 and it came as no surprise that it sold out nearly immediately, selling at nearly quadruple the price on eBay.

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