Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived in Edinburgh to a warm welcome from a crowd of fans. well, except one.
During their first official visit to Scotland, the couple encountered a little horse with a very big name: Corporal Cruachan IV. The Suits actress once again oozed that Markle sparkle as she donned, yet another, fashionably coat.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are now in Edinburgh as part of their pre-wedding tour around the UK.
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They first visited Edinburgh Castle for a walkabout where they were greeted by the Scotland Band of the Royal Marines, of which Prince Harry is Colonel-in-Chief.
This is Meghan's fifth official engagement with Harry and her Veronica Beard flares make it the fourth time she's worn pants, even donning jeans for her first official visit to Wales in January.
'I just thought for Valentine's the scones were a wee gift of Scottishness, ' Chisholm said.
A pony totally broke Royal protocol and took a bite out of Prince Harry!
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The final part of the day was a visit to the Palace of Holyroodhouse where the pair celebrated youth as part of Scotland's Year of Young People 2018 initiative. They have previously appeared in Nottingham, London and Cardiff in Wales.
It's not a stretch to believe the "Tiny Dancer" singer secured an invite as he was good friends with the prince's late mother, Princess Diana. The bag is said to be from Strathberry, a local brand from Edinburgh.
According to reports, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will ride in a house-drawn carriage through the streets of Windsor after exchanging their vows at St. George's Chapel. This cafe is known for its work with the homeless in Scotland, as they distribute 100,000 food items such as hot drinks and food every year and have also been known to employ homeless individuals too.
The fire that broke out at Grenfell Tower last June affected everyone in the U.K. And perhaps because of its close proximity to Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace, the Royal Family felt it keenly as well.
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