Prince William reveals one regret about his and Kate Middleton's royal trip to Ireland

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are enjoying a whirlwind visit

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently enjoying their first official visit to Ireland and stopped to chat with locals on Wednesday – which led to a hilarious revelation from Prince William! The moment was captured by a video posted to an Irish adventure company's Twitter account. It showed the royal couple enjoying a walk by the beautiful Howth coast, when they came across a group of royal watchers who had gathered in the hope of catching a glimpse of the pair.

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Kate opened the conversation by saying: "Do you all live here? It’s stunning. Thank you for coming to say 'Hi'. It’s amazing, it’s such a great day to come and see the view." William added, "We thought we’d come and get some fresh air! It’s been really good, really good. We’ve had a nice day." One of the fans asked the royal couple if they had been enjoying Ireland so far, to which Kate responded: "We are loving it, thank you. We are going to Galway tomorrow. Apparently it’s raining."

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The royal couple clearly enjoyed meeting locals during their time in Howth

Asked whether he'd had the opportunity to drink a pint of Guinness yet, William expressed regret that he hadn't – but shared that he was making it his goal before he left the country! The 37-year-old confessed: "I’ve had two sips so far. Every time [I’m about to] have a third it gets taken away from me! I’ll finish a pint by the time I leave."

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The Duke and Duchess kicked off their whirlwind three-day-tour of Ireland in Dublin on Tuesday, and even paid a visit to the Guinness Storehouse's Gravity Bar for a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Ireland at where they met a broad range of people from the creative arts, sport, business and charity sectors, but the Prince still apparently failed to finish a glass of the famed drink. Perhaps in Galway…

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