WATCH: Royal Reporter Butchers Pronunciation Of 'Taoiseach' And 'Croke Park' Live On Air

For the love of God, YouTube how to say it FFS.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle

Unless you've been living under a rock (or engulfed by Love Island or the World Cup) you'll have the smallest idea about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's trip to Ireland on Tuesday and Wednesday.

This comes after rumours that the pair had rented out this Irish hotel for the night last month.

The couple's itenary for the trip had been released a few weeks back but The Sun's Royal Correspondent Emily Andrews was on the Lorraine show on Tuesday morning and added it was confirmed that they would also meet the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar and visit the HQ of GAA.

Or in her words: They'll be meeting with the 'tea set' while also making a trip to 'Crows Park'

"They are going to jump on a plane and head over to Dublin for their mini-tour this evening and tomorrow," confirmed Andrews.

"They are going to meet the President of Ireland, the tea set - the Irish Prime Minister, they are going to Crows Park, the big football stadium there.

"They're also doing quite a lot of smaller sensitive stuff - they are seeing some of the Bloody Sunday relics in Crows Park and going to the immigration museum," She concluded.

She also went on to explain how Croke Park was the biggest football stadium in Dublin.

Not the biggest in Ireland or one of the biggest in the world, no-no just the biggest in Dublin.

Sure can't Páirc Uí Chaoimh hold 2m and that's just when the two main stands are open.

Tea Set.

Crows Park.

We need a lie-down.

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