Harry and Meghan Wow Crowds on first Royal Visit – Engagement pics✨

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Harry and Meghan Wow Crowds on first Royal Visit – and they got a present🎄. The couple marry May 19 – Congratulations!

Meghan Markle has had a taste of royal life, as she joined her fiancé Prince Harry on their first joint official public engagement in Nottingham.
Excited crowds cheered as the couple greeted well-wishers ahead of a visit to a World Aids Day charity fair hosted by the Terrence Higgins Trust.
They split up to talk to people lining both sides of their route and were given cards, flowers and chocolate.

After the charity fair, they met head teachers at a nearby school.
Well-wishers gathered in the city ahead of the visit to catch a glimpse of the couple. Among them Helena Bottomley, Zoe Scott and Carole Bingham, from East and West Bridgford.

Ms Scott said: “We love the royals. We are genuinely happy for Harry.”

“We all had our children at the same time as Diana [Princess of Wales] so we feel a real allegiance. She would be so thrilled,” said Ms Bottomley.

The couple announced their engagement on Monday and are due to marry at Windsor Castle in May.

A fun and happy scene.  Catch the video



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