Amy Huberman had the best reaction to meeting Prince Harry in Dublin

Actress and author Amy Huberman was among guests at a garden party welcoming Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Dublin yesterday evening.

The event was held at the British Embassy to mark the beginning of the royal newlyweds' two-day visit to the capital.

300 people attending including Amy and her husband, Brian O'Driscoll.

Amy obviously breezed through the encounter professionally, reacting calmly when introduced to the Duke of Sussex alongside Aisling Bea and Lucy Kennedy.

Except... this photo she shared today on Twitter tells a different story.

Could you be more relatable, Amy?

Her husband Brian shared a photo of someone else who appeared starstruck when meeting the Prince - jockey Ruby Walsh.

Brian shared an image which zoomed in on the Irish Examiner columnist's face while he was staring at Prince Harry during an introduction.

Brilliant.

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