Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been awarded the freedom of the City of Dublin after arriving to accept an award from Amnesty International.
Ms Suu Kyi arrived in Dublin on Monday afternoon for a flying visit before arriving in the UK on Tuesday. She was met by deputy head of state Eamon Gilmore and Bono.
A visibly star-struck Bono told ITV News he was "very, very moved" to meet Ms Suu Kyi.
Earlier today Irish President Michael Higgins paid tribute to Ms Suu Kyi saying he was "honoured" to give her a warm welcome to Ireland.
Bob Geldof, Bono, Joely Richardson, Damien Rice and Jack Gleeson took part in a concert in honour of Ms Suu Kyi. She was presented with the Amnesty International 'Ambassador of Conscience' Award by Bono.
Upon receiving the award Ms Suu Kyi said: