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Prince William and Kate Middleton post message to fans in Irish language

Prince William and Kate Middleton have shared a personal photo and video that were taken during their visit to Ireland.

They also posted a message to their social media followers in the Irish language.

The couple were stood at the cliffside with their arms around each other enjoying a laugh, with the Irish Sea glistening in the background.

William & Kate

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted a picture of themselves standing at Howth Cliff Walk onto their official Instagram page.

They included the following message to their fans: “Go raibh míle maith agaibh, a chairde go léir in Éirinn.

“Thank you to all the wonderful people we met in Ireland!”

The couple also posted a follow-up video which featured a montage of some of the highlights of their trip, including a meeting with President Michael D Higgins, a visit to Salthill Knocknacarra GAA club in Galway, a stop at Galway’s Tig Coili pub, and many more.

They posted the video to the Kensington Royal Instagram account along with the caption: “Some of our favourite moments from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to Ireland

“Thank you to everyone for the wonderfuly warm Irish welcome!”

During their visit to Ireland, the royals visited homeless and mental health charities in Dublin and Kildare.

They also visited the Guinness Storehouse, Aras an Uachtarain, The Garden of Remembrance, and numerous Government Buildings over the course of three days.

The couple met with a range of people from all walks of life including school children and teachers, politicians, sports stars, paramedics and farmers.

The couple said that they would love to return to Ireland and take their children cycling.

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Hello Ireland! 🇮🇪🇬🇧 Dia Daoibh, daoine na hÉireann! Thank you President and Mrs Higgins (and Bród the dog 🐶) for the warm welcome for The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to the country, which will see them spend time in Dublin, County Meath, County Kildare and Galway – and highlight the many strong links shared between the UK and Ireland. Following tea with President and Mrs Higgins, The Duke and Duchess laid a wreath at the Garden of Remembrance – a place of reflection dedicated to those who gave their lives for Irish independence, before calling on Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. The coming days will see The Duke and Duchess meet a broad range of people, including children and young people, those working in the creative arts, business and charity sectors – and are looking forward to building a lasting friendship with the Irish people. #RoyalVisitIreland

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