This evening, Meghan and Harry will attend a garden party at the British Ambassador's residence at Glencairn.
The Duke and Duchess will then visit Croke Park, the home of Ireland's largest sporting organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
In fact, the British audience may now believe Harry and Meghan have a date with a "tea set" if they were watching breakfast TV in the United Kingdom, as her brief appearance served up a host of comments that were lost in translation.
The pair are also scheduled to meet Irish President Michael D. Higgins on Wednesday before visiting a memorial to Ireland's Great Famine years of the 1840, an Irish Emigration Museum and a technology startup hub.
The trip is largely focused on cementing ties and ensuring that strong relationships between the United Kingdom and Ireland remain in the wake of Brexit.
The newlyweds greeted the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, ahead of the christening service and Meghan, who shot to fame as Rachel Zane in legal drama Suits, was caught on camera giggling as she greeted the man who officiated her wedding in May.
"So we will be rolling out the red carpet and I think they will be extremely welcome".
In 2013, she was picking up an award for her role in the U.S. legal drama Suits.
The royal couple made their first official visit to Northern Ireland in March.
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