Prince William jokes about the one goal he has before he leaves Ireland

William and Catherine are currently in Ireland for an official three-day tour.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently embarking on their first official visit to Ireland and between meeting locals, the President's pets and giving a helping hand in the kitchen, the royal pair look like they're having a fabulous time.
Taking some time out from their hectic schedule on their second day, the future king and queen took a short walk along the beautiful Howth Cliffs and ran into some locals who has Prince William to joke about the one goal he had before leaving Ireland.
William and Catherine are currently in Ireland for a whirlwind three-day tour. (Image: Getty)
In a video captured by one of the locals and shared to Twitter, Catherine can be seen starting the conversation, asking the crowd that had gathered whether they lived in the area.
"Do you live here?" Catherine asked, "Thank you for coming to say 'hi'. It's amazing, it's such a great day to come and see the view and everything."
William added: "We thought we'd come and get some fresh air," to which a local replied: "Yeah, you've had a busy morning."
"It's been really good, really good. We've had a nice day," William added.
When asked if they were enjoying Ireland so far Catherine replied: "We are loving it, thank you. We are going to Galway tomorrow. Apparently, it's raining."
Asked whether he'd had the opportunity to drink a pint of Guinness yet, William revealed it was one of his goals before he left the country, joking: "I've only 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."
On their second day in Ireland the parents-of-three paid a surprise visit to Savannah House in Kildare, a safe space run by social justice charity Extern which provides support to young people and families who are going through challenging times.
The couple lent a helping hand in the kitchen, joining young people supported by the charity in a range of activities which help equip them with key life skills like cooking and healthy eating, meal planning and budgeting.

William and Catherine also visited Jigsaw, a free mental health support service for young people in Ireland, where they spoke with those supported by the organisation and joined parents, carers and teachers to talk about the impact of Jigsaw's services within the community.
Following a visit to Teagasc Research Farm in County Meath to learn about the farm's pioneering research to promote sustainable farming the royals attending a reception in Dublin at the Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI) hosted by the Tánaiste of Ireland Simon Coveney.

William and Catherine kicked off their royal tour on Tuesday, touching down in Dublin and meeting with the President of Ireland (and his adorable dog) and the Taoiseach (prime minister) Leo Varadkar.
The couple also attended a reception at Gravity Bar at the Guinness Storehouse hosted by the British ambassador Robin Barnett, where they met with locals who are involved in the creative arts, sports, business and charity.
The Cambridge's met President Michael D. Higgins' adorable dog on their first day in Ireland. (Image: Getty)
The Cambridges' three-day visit to the Emerald Isle aims to "highlight the many strong links between the UK and Ireland" and will "focus on the relationship between the two countries, and build on the theme of remembrance and reconciliation."
William and Kate's visit follows in the footsteps of the Queen's historic trip to the country in 2011, the first time a reigning British monarch had visited in 100 years, back when the entire island was still part of the United Kingdom.