It's the final day of the royal visit to Ireland by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.
Charles and Camilla will attend a ceremony at Glasnevin Cemetery this morning.
Afterwards the Prince will visit Government buildings for a meeting with the Taoiseach, and the Duchess will visit the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.
Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan said: "It's an important visit in the context of ongoing relations between Britain and Ireland.
He added: "It's the third official visit that's he's taken now in 3 years and one can sense the level of almost informality at this stage. I think it's an important statement on the going constructive, positive relations between the UK and Ireland."