Meghan partied at notorious Dublin nightspot on 2013 visit

Duchess on the dancefloor! Tweet reveals how Meghan partied at one of Dublin’s most notorious nightspots during a visit in 2013 – where shots cost just €2

  • Royal watcher unearthed a 2013 tweet from Meghan when she visited Dublin
  •  Said she was looking forward to a visit to Dicey’s Garden and Krystle nightclub
  • Notorious nightspot Dicey is famed for its cheap drink promotions
  • Royal, 36, is currently on an official visit to capital with husband Prince Harry  

The Duchess of Sussex is set to spend two days learning more about Ireland’s rich history and culture, but it seems that one of her previous visits to Dublin was a rather more raucous affair. 

Twitter user Caolan McAree unearthed a post by Meghan from 2013, saying she couldn’t wait for an outing to one of Dublin’s  most notorious nightspots. 

‘Having the best day and excited for a night @diceysgarden and @krystlenightclub,’ the former Suits star wrote.

Both Dicey’s Garden and Krystle nightclub are part of The Russell Court hotel and the former is known for its drinks promotions, including Jaegerbombs for just €2.

‘Can we all take a moment for the fact that the last time Meghan Markle was in Dublin she was slinging €2 drinks in Diceys,’ Caolan wrote.

Of course, it’s not clear if the former actress did take advantage of the cut-price shots, but she certainly seemed fond of the Irish capital, labelling it ‘beyond lovely’. 

The Duchess of Sussex arrived in Ireland this evening with Prince Harry, but it seems that one of her previous visits to Dublin was a rather more raucous affair

In 2013 Meghan said she was excited for a night out at Dicey’s Garden, famed for its drinks promotions 

Meghan also visited Dublin in 2014 in her former role as a One Young World Counsellor.

The UK-based charity gathers ‘the brightest young leaders from around the world, empowering them to make lasting connections to create positive change’. 

During the One Young World Summit in Dublin in 2014, Meghan joined a panel discussion on Bridging the Gender Gap, which dealt with gender bias and stereotypes in the media

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Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar rolled out the red carpet for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as the royal newlyweds made their first official overseas visit as a married couple to the Republic of Ireland.

The pair were greeted by the Taoiseach at Dublin’s Goverment Buildings – the Irish equivalent of 10 Downing Street – where they were shown a plaque laid by Harry’s great, great, great grandfather King Edward VII in 1904.

Meghan expressed her excitement over a night out at Dicey’s Garden and Krystle Nightclub, one of Dublin’s most popular venues

Over the coming days the couple will meet the people of Dublin and will visit organisations which are central to Irish life.

They will attend a Gaelic sports festival at Croke Park, the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association, to watch youngsters taking part in sporting activities.

Meghan and Harry will also learn about Ireland’s culture and heritage, including a visit to Trinity College where they will see the Book of Kells, one of Ireland’s greatest cultural treasures.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are greeted by the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar (right), at Government Buildings during after landing in Ireland this afternoon

Meghan Duchess of Sussex  shares a laugh with the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, right, at government buildings in Dublin 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at Dublin City Airport for the start of their visit to Dublin, Ireland 

The duke and duchess will also have a moment for reflection at the Famine Memorial, before visiting EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum, telling the story of the 10 million Irish who have emigrated across the world.

The royal couple will also learn more about the bright future of Ireland during their time in Dublin, with a visit to DogPatch Labs, a co-working space for technology start-ups.

Harry and Meghan will meet children and young people taking part in free coding workshops, and will also have the opportunity to talk to female tech entrepreneurs.



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