Britain's Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Croke Park and Trinity College, and meet President Michael D Higgins and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar during their first official trip to Ireland since they became husband and wife.
Also on the itinerary during their two-day visit on July 10 and 11 is a "moment for reflection" at the Famine Memorial, a visit to the Book of Kells at Trinity College and a garden party.
In a statement, Kensington Palace said the royal couple will spend some time meeting "the people of Dublin" and visiting organisations that "are central to Irish life".
"This will include a Gaelic sports festival at Croke Park, the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The Duke and Duchess will also attend a summer garden party at the British Ambassador's residence, where they will meet people from across Ireland's arts, sports, military and social enterprise sectors."
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The statement added that during their time in the capital the newlyweds "will 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 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 people who have emigrated across the world."
Also included on their busy schedule is a trip to DogPatch labs, a co-working space for technology start-ups where they "will meet children and young people taking part in free coding workshops, and will also have the opportunity to talk to female tech entrepreneurs".