What did Meghan and Harry do in Ireland today? Where did they visit? 4 years ago

What did Meghan and Harry do in Ireland today? Where did they visit?

OK, it's safe to say we got pretty excited.

We're pretty much up to date with everything Harry and Meghan, so you can understand our absolute surprise that they touched down in Belfast today.


The pair arrived in Northern Ireland earlier today, making it their first joint visit overseas.

Sky News reports that the trip was not announced due to security reasons - and this is common with any royal trip to Ireland.

But what exactly did Harry and Meghan get up to today? Where did they go? And what did they see?



After the soon-to-be married couple arrived in Belfast, they made their way to the Eikon Centre. There, they celebrated the two year anniversary of ‘Amazing the Space’, a youth-led peace-building initiative.


Kids' performances

Their next stop was to local primary schools in the area. While they were visiting them, the students put on performances for Harry and Meghan, and we have to say, we're very jealous.



After the children and teenagers performed for the royal couple, they spoke about reconciliation works that are currently ongoing in Northern Ireland.



Harry and Meghan's next stop was to the Crown Liquor Saloon, which is in one of Belfast's oldest buildings. it is also home to prize gin.

Meeting their fans

After their visit to the Crown Liquor Saloon, they made their way to the streets, meeting and talking to their various fans.

All about science

The next part of the tour saw the royal couple visit the Belfast campus of Northern Ireland’s next generation science park, Catalyst Inc. It's home to some of the youngest scientists in NI.


Titanic Museum

The couple also took in all there was to see at Titanic Belfast, which is one of the world's leading tourist attractions.