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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex haven’t really taken much of a break since their May 19 wedding. They went to on their honeymoon, of course, and manage to squeak in some private time every now and again but, for the most part, they’ve kept busy with Meghan, in particular, jumping seamlessly into her royal duties with both stilettos.

On Tuesday, the couple touched down in Ireland, marking their first international trip as husband and wife. And it was even better than we hoped. There were dogs, kids, hair-touching (you’ll see) and loads of fun fashion; what more could we ask for?

The Daily Mail was quick to point out that the couple travelled with an 11-person entourage to the Dublin City Airport on Tuesday where they were greeted by Leo Varadkar, the country’s Taoiseach (a.k.a. prime minister). Whatevs.

Let’s get to the first Meghan dress of the royal visit. That emerald green Givenchy top and pencil skirt might be one of the best things we’ve ever seen her in. Harry’s simple tie matched it without being too matchy-matchy and his navy suit is smart as hell.

The couple eventually moved on to a garden party and Megs wore a LBD by Emilia Wickstead. Yup, the same designer who claimed the royal’s wedding dress was a copy of one of her designs and criticized Meghan’s entire look that day. But because Meghan’s not going to hold that against a designer, she put on the long, simple dress and worked the hell out of it.

Naturally, Megs was her usual charming self and worked the room with ease.

Then on Day 2, Harry donned a lighter blue suit while Meghan wowed in a dark taupe Roland Mouret dress for their meeting with Irish President Michael D. Higgins and his wife, Sabina Coyne.

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But leave it to dogs — in this case, the Higgins’ pups, Bród and Síoda — to steal the show every time.

And there was some bell-ringing.

Oh, and in case you ever wanted to see their royal signatures, you’re welcome. Side note: Meghan’s has much more flair than Harry’s.

Harry Meghan Signatures
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They changed into more casual attire for their trip to Croke Park, with Harry in a light grey suit jacket and Megs in a killer black Givenchy pantsuit.

Meghan Harry Croke Park
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And it was on the field where the royals met with young fans.

While being their normal awesome selves.

Harry and fan
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Meghan fans and coach
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Harry Meghan fan laughing
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And there was one young fan that just couldn’t get enough of Meghan, understandably so.

Meghan and fan
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Meghan and fan
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Harry didn’t seem too pleased and gave the kid a right telling-off, wink, wink.

Meghan and fan
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Meghan and fan
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Pfft, like that deterred this cheeky bugger. Though, in all fairness, we can’t say we wouldn’t do the same thing if given the chance.

Meghan and fan
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Meghan and fan
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Don’t ever leave, Harry and Meghan.