Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle greet well wishers as they arrive at an event in Nottingham, December 1, 2017.
Full Effect has been supported by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry since 2013 and supports children and young people from the area, working to prevent youth violence and crime through intervention and mentoring.
But, a mere four days into her engagement, Meghan Markle is already learning to do things the Windsor way. The adorable duo greeted a cheering crowd outside the National Justice Museum in Nottingham.
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"We're so happy for them both", Mary Cooper, 60, said.
At their first sit-down interview after they announced their engagement, the difference between them and Will and Kate during their first post-engagement interview was even more striking. 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.
The Queen has granted permission for the pair to Wednesday inside St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle but Meghan - a protestant who went to a catholic high school - will be both baptised and confirmed, before the big day to be ready for the religious ceremony. "She will also become the fourth patron of the Royal Foundation of the Dukeand Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry".