Prince Harry and his new bride-to-be-Meghan Markle travelled to Nottingham on Friday (Dec 1), for their first royal visit together since announcing their engagement. The former Suits actress looked radiant as she walked alongside the Prince, dressed in a black Woolford turtleneck and a cream Joseph skirt, which she teamed with a navy coat by Canada's Mackage, boots and a burgundy handbag by Strathberry. She wore her long raven hair loosely around her shoulders, while natural-looking makeup perfectly enhanced her natural beauty.
The city was overrun with crowds of people, members of the press and photographers ahead of the couple's visit. Harry and his new fiancée, 36, smiled happily as they spoke with members of the public during their various engagements in the city; they made their appearance in conjunction with World Aids Day, and are attending a charity fair, which is being hosted by the Terrance Higgins trust.
It's been an exceptionally busy week for the happy couple following their engagement announcement on Monday. Shortly after appearing in front of the press for an official photo call, Meghan's engagement outfit had completely sold out, with fans desperate to get their hands on her Line the Label white coat, bottle green dress by P.A.R.O.S.H and shoes by Aquazzura - the coat and dress have since been re-named, both called 'The Meghan' in her honour.