US President Joe Biden's visit to Ireland continues this morning with the focus on Dublin.
Last night crowds braved the rain in Dundalk for a sighting of the US President.
This morning he will meet with President Michael D Higgins at Aras an Uachtaráin, planting a tree as part of the ceremony.
He will then take the short trip down the park to Farmleigh where he will meet the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar for a bilateral meeting.
This will be more of an in depth discussion than they had yesterday, when they met for less than four minutes on the tarmac of Dublin Airport.
The big set piece will be an address to a joint sitting of the Dáil and Seanad this afternoon - one which will be boycotted by People Before Profit.
This evening President Biden will be hosted at a State dinner at Dublin Castle.
People traveling into Dublin city centre should expect disruption with Phoenix Park closed entirely until 5pm - with road closures around Leinster House, Molesworth Street Merrion Square and around Dublin Castle on Ship Street Castle Street and Palace Street among others.