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Ireland A good night stout! Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive for evening engagement at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin as they toast the end of their first day in Ireland

22:30  03 march  2020
22:30  03 march  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Prince William said the Queen was shown how to pour the 'perfect pint' in Dublin in 2011, adding: 'Ladies and Gentlemen, let me tell you Prince William jokes about his grandmother's visit to Dublin 's Guinness Storehouse as he and Kate Middleton toast Ireland tour with a pint of the black stuff.

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge standing in front of a sign: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at the Guinness Storehouse for an evening reception. It is the royal couple's final engagement on their first day visiting Ireland © Provided by Daily Mail The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at the Guinness Storehouse for an evening reception. It is the royal couple's final engagement on their first day visiting Ireland

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin to toast the end of their first day in Ireland.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are attending an evening engagement at the Gravity Bar - a glass room at the top of the building which offers panoramic views of the city.  

The couple are due to meet a range of people from the creative arts, sport, business and charity sectors at the major visitor attraction in the Irish capital which tells the story of the famous drink.

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a man and a woman standing on a sidewalk: Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive at the the Guinness Storehouse in Ireland this evening © Provided by Daily Mail Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive at the the Guinness Storehouse in Ireland this evening

They are following in the footsteps of the Queen who visited Ireland's top attraction a number of years ago. They were greeted by the British Ambassador Robin Barrett who is hosting the party.  

a woman standing next to a man in a suit and tie: At the Gravity Bar in the Guinness Storehouse - a major visitor attraction in the Irish capital telling the story of the famous drink - the couple (pictured) are due to meet a range of people from the creative arts, sport, business and charity sectors © Provided by Daily Mail At the Gravity Bar in the Guinness Storehouse - a major visitor attraction in the Irish capital telling the story of the famous drink - the couple (pictured) are due to meet a range of people from the creative arts, sport, business and charity sectors

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a person standing in front of a building: The couple are due to meet a range of people from the creative arts, sport, business and charity sectors and spend some time at the Gravity Bar - which offers panoramic views of the city © Provided by Daily Mail The couple are due to meet a range of people from the creative arts, sport, business and charity sectors and spend some time at the Gravity Bar - which offers panoramic views of the city The couple received a round of applause in the garden, which is dedicated to those who fought for Irish independence, as members of the crowd cheered 'welcome to Ireland' and Kate smiled and waved back at them. 

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and woman posing for a picture: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving at a reception at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, on the first day of their Royal Visit to Ireland © Provided by Daily Mail The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving at a reception at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, on the first day of their Royal Visit to Ireland

They then attended a short ceremony at the site, where in 2011 the Queen laid a wreath in a significant gesture for Anglo-Irish relations.

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Kate and William were greeted by Mr and Mrs Higgins at their official residence before enjoying refreshments including Barry's tea, shamrock shortbread, oat biscuits and lemon drizzle cake - made by the in-house chef.

a woman wearing a black dress: The couple are due to meet a range of people from the creative arts, sport, business and charity sectors and spend some time at the Gravity Bar - which offers panoramic views of the city © Provided by Daily Mail The couple are due to meet a range of people from the creative arts, sport, business and charity sectors and spend some time at the Gravity Bar - which offers panoramic views of the city

The duchess looked stylish in an emerald green Catherine Walker coat, an Alessandra Rich dress and £17,300 Asprey London daisy heritage earrings, as she and William walked through the grounds of the Aras an Uachtarain while joking and smiling with their hosts. 

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Galley: Duchess goes for green for Ireland visit (Picture Services)

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The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is the most visited attraction in Ireland . Dublin Attractions Top Attractions Ireland . You can take a tour of the storehouse and find out how the famous While on the tour you will learn all about the 250 year history of the famous drink. The tour ends at the Gravity bar

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The duke and duchess later met the Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and his partner Dr Matt Barrett during which William joked about whether he should put in his postcode as he signed the visitors' book at Dublin's Government buildings. 

Earlier, the couple flew to Dublin Airport on a commercial Aer Lingus flight with dozens of residents returning home, business travellers and tourists. In brilliant winter sunshine they walked down the aircraft's steps and were greeted by a small group of dignitaries led by Britain's Ambassador to Ireland Robin Barnett.  

The couple will return to the UK on Friday, meaning they will miss Prince Harry's Endeavour Fund Awards in London, which the Duke of Sussex will be attending with Meghan Markle, as the couple prepare to step down as senior royals at the end of March. William attended the inaugural ceremony in 2017 but has not been for several years. 

Gallery: Prince William and Kate Middleton's visit to Ireland (Picture Services)


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