Duchess Kate Middleton Shines in Glittery Green Dress For Irish Dinner Reception

Duchess Kate Middleton Shines in Glittery Green Dress For Irish Dinner Reception

Duchess Kate Middleton Shines in Glittery Green Dress For Irish Dinner Reception

For their next stop, the pair will be headed out to County Meath for a visit at a research farm to learn about the efforts there to promote sustainable farming.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge acknowledged the warm welcome of Dublin well-wishers as they arrived at a national centre supporting the mental health of young people in Ireland.

But before that, the couple casually popped to the local Londis in Prosperous to pick up ingredients to make the soup.

William and Kate shook arms with dozens of other people at the first day in their excursion however there was once no large public walkabout.

They also baked chocolate chip cookies with Savannah House residents for dessert.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now in the midst of a three-day tour of the nation, having spent time in Dublin on Tuesday where they met with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and President Michael D. Higgins.

A statement read: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will undertake an official visit to Ireland between Tuesday 3rd March and Thursday 5th March, at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office".

Kate chopping carrots for the vegetable soup.

William and Kate will spend three days in Ireland
William and Kate will spend three days in Ireland

The quiet open space is dedicated to those who rose up against British rule in 1916 and gave their lives for Irish independence.

Prince William also paid sartorial tribute to the country, as he walked alongside Kate in a green polka dot tie.

During their time there, William and Kate will also travel to two counties near Dublin and to Galway, on the country's west coast, which is European Capital of Culture in 2020.

Later on Tuesday, they will attend a reception at the Guinness Storehouse, Ireland's most popular tourist attraction and home of Ireland's most famous export.

On Wednesday morning, Will and Kate - wearing a white, double-breasted coat from Reiss teamed with black skinny jeans - met with young people who have been helped by Jigsaw, a charity that delivers free one-to-one therapy sessions for young people ages 12-25.

The Duke of Cambridge has joked about unwittingly "spreading" the coronavirus while meeting well-wishers during his Irish tour. Thank you to everyone that came out to greet The Duke and Duchess today!

The couple's Royal Foundation supports Heads Together, a charity for people suffering with their mental health. Meath and Howth, Co.

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