The newly-engaged couple visited Nottingham Friday and greeted a throng of adoring fans.
Queen Elizabeth's grandson Harry, 33, now fifth-in-line to the throne, and USA actress Markle, 36, best known for her leading role in US legal drama "Suits", announced their engagement on Monday, igniting a trans-Atlantic media frenzy. "The Queen has always put duty first and Prince Charles and Prince William have learnt from her".
The couple will begin their city tour with a civic welcome at the National Justice Museum in Nottingham's historic Lace Market district.
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Betty Parker, 78, from Sneinton, Nottingham, said "We love him", and of Ms Markle "She's beautiful".
Mary Cooper, 60, who had been waiting to see the prince and his bride-to-be since before 9am, said: "I think it's absolutely wonderful that both he and his brother have found happiness". 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 visit today focuses on causes that [Harry] is particularly passionate about ― raising the awareness of HIV/AIDS and preventing youth crime".
Nearly overnight, a thumbs up from Markle has become the most sought-after endorsement a brand can get and today's chosen ones included a mix of her go-to American labels, with some newly discovered British brands too.
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Their wedding is scheduled to take place next May at Windsor Castle.
"This is good. I'm excited to have some Americans in the royal family", USA student Mark Arnold, who is now studying at Nottingham University, told Reuters.
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