Former US President Bill Clinton is clearly enjoying his first visit to Ireland in more than two years.
Earlier today, he met with Taoiseach Enda Kenny
Mr Clinton is currently in Dublin to deliver the Ray Murphy Memorial lecture organised by the Forum on Philanthropy and Philanthropy Ireland at Government buildings tonight.
His last trip to Ireland was in 2011 to attend the Worldwide Funds dinner.
The Philanthropy Ireland organisation was set up in 1998 with the mission of increasing "the level of philanthropy in Ireland and to expand the community of engaged donors, who are regular, strategic, long-term contributors to good causes".
Mr Clinton remains a huge draw in this country, having played a key role in the peace process.