VIDEO: Up Close And Unseen Footage Of Meghan And Harry In Dublin On Wednesday

This clip shows the true side of Meghan Markle.

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The aftermath of the Royal visit is currently happening in Dublin and with all the excitement and noise of Wednesday, we've returned to the quietness and the rain once again.

Prince Harry was in a rush back to the UK to catch their important World Cup match against Croatia, now he probably wishes he had stayed and had drowned his sorrows in Coppers.

While most of the shots of the couple were from afar, one lucky Lovin Dublin reader got up close and personal with the pair as they visited Dogpatch Labs.

And the short and previously unseen clip really showed the true side of the Prince's wife.

Despite the countless photos and videos and screaming fans and media, Meghan still takes the time out to say hello and give a wave to this very shy fan as she is whisked from one event to the next.

It shows that she really has time for all the people that came out to see her and her husband and dare we say she gave off a sort of Princess Diana vibe with the short interaction with her fan.

Spyridoula Koutsikouni who took the video told us that:

"This video was taken in CHQ building on their way out of Dogpatch Labs.

"I just said hi! I was very shy of saying more but I think it's a cool video I got very close because I work in the building so we were allowed to stay in during their visit."

A moment that will never be forgotten that's for sure.

Thanks to Spyridoula Koutsikouni for sending this our way. If you have any stories, pictures or videos that you want to send us, you can get us at hello@lovin.com or just by popping us a message on Facebook.

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Darragh Berry

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