Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have shared a heartfelt message to the people of Ireland following their two day tour of the capital.
After their visit to Aras an Uachtarain and Trinity College today, the duo went to EPIC, Dublin’s Irish Emigration Museum, at CHQ in Dublin’s Docklands.
The pair walked around the whole museum, gazing at a sculpture which depicted the vessels used to leave the country hundreds of years ago, before watching a video which demonstrated the reasons why Irish people fled, such as famine and lack of opportunities.
After that, the newlyweds walked to the Storytelling stop, an interactive library which told the story of Irish Nobel Prize winners and best sellers.
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Harry and Meghan swiped through an interactive book and Harry noted how many talented Irish people have left the shores over the years.
“There are Irish everywhere, doing amazing things,” he said.
Their final stop on the tour was the connections gallery where they created their own digital postcard for the museum.
In a tribute to the residents of Ireland, they wrote: “Irish people have done so much to shape our world. Thank you for sharing so many moving and inspiring stories.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex headed to the Dogpatch Labs afterwards, which concluded their tour of the Emerald Isle.