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Meghan Markle high-fives children at Croke Park during visit

Meghan Markle high-fives children at Croke Park during visit

But, although she's no longer on screen, Meghan has remained close with her former co stars and even invited them to her wedding at Windsor Castle on May 19.

To meet with President Michael Higgins the next day, the Duchess sported a fitted Roland Mouret sheath dress with a ruffle embellishment on the skirt and the bateau neckline she appears to favor.

Prince Harry playfully pointed his finger at the sweet little boy and the royal couple shared a laugh with three-year-old Walter Kieran's father, who was holding his son at the time of the encounter.

Noone deleted the message and wrote, "I clarified - it was a very benign chat, she expressed no political opinion".

The Duchess of Sussex, who starred as Rachel Zane for seven seasons on USA's Suits, told an Irish well-wisher that she misses acting.

They enjoyed meeting the Irish President's gorgeous dogs!

"I deleted it because it was unintentionally misleading - the Duchess was not in anyway political", she later tweeted.

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Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment The Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a visit to Croke Park on the second day of their visit to Dublin, Ireland on Wednesday, July 11.

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

The pair went on to view the Book of Kells, an illuminated Latin manuscript of the Gospel, at Trinity College.

"You know, one step at a time", the prince said. And if you thought that was bad enough, she didn't stop there, throwing in her two cents on the hair: "I was like, "hold the wisps back - it's a royal wedding for God's sake".

As fans will recall, the actress wore a dress that showed off her shoulders at the ceremony, which sparked a lot of criticism from the public.

The royal couple then visited the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the scene of the Bloody Sunday massacre committed by British troops against civilians in 1920.


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