What have we here?
At risk Dublin resident Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina enjoys lunch among friends in Galway seemingly disobeying the plea from Taoiseach Michaél Martin for people to stay in the capital.
So, when did he leave Dublin?
Aras An Uachtaráin, Phoenix Park, Dublin
President Higgins’ shameful, if blissful, hippy past – captured possibly baked watching Bob Dylan at Slane in 1984 – on full display during today’s visit by Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton.
He gave them a print and autographed his little belly.
Pic Via President of ireland
Thanks Bob Foxe
Ah, give us a go.
Fun Place, King Street, Dublin 2.
Navan Road, Dublin, Dublin 7.
President Michael D Higgins – accompanied by his wife Sabina and City Librarian Mairead Owens (out of pictures) – donated his personal book collection to Cabra Library on behalf of Dublin City Libraries.
Das Kapital, Peig (cover removed) and Jackie Collins mainly.
These aren’t mine!
From an original idea by Con Kennedy (see comments)
Eileen Walsh originally from County Cavan and living in Liverpool since 1951, meets president Higgins and Sabina.
Easy for him to say.
Being bilingual and all.
University of Liverpool.
President Michael D Higgins has met Prince Charles and his wife Camilla during a day celebrating the culture, history and people of Liverpool.
President Higgins and Prince Charles signed a scroll making them joint patrons at the Institute of Irish studies at the University of Liverpool. The event was attended by the Irish Ambassador to the UK, Adrian O’Neill….
President Michael D Higgins meets Prince Charles in Liverpool (RTÉ)
Pic via Kate McMulin
Guild Street/ Sheriff Street, Dublin 1
President Michael D Higgins with his wife Sabina at the launch of Vera Klute’s sculpture of Luke Kelly, one of two being unveiled today in the capital…
South King Street, Dublin 2
President Higgins and Sabina with musicians, including Glen Hansard (top third left) and The Dubliners‘ John Sheahan (white beard), at the launch of John Coll’s sculpture of folk legend Luke Kelly.
Earlier: Bring me The Heads of Luke Kelly