Prince Harry and Meghan on first royal engagement together

  • Harry and Meghan pulled in massive crowds as they visit World Aids Day fair and youth project in Nottingham
  • Well-wishers praise 'down to earth' couple who shook hands and even hugged people in 30 minute walkabout 
  • They were greeted by more than a thousand cheering people outside the city's Contemporary Arts Centre
  • Shell-shocked Meghan said: 'It's just such a thrill to be here. I can't believe it, I've been made so welcome'
  • Future duchess chatted about her role in suits, the engagement and took gifts including Haribo for Harry
  • A young woman dropped a glove and Meghan picked it up and handed it back to her in an act of kindness 
  • Red-headed young man asked Harry how it felt to be marrying Meghan 'as a ginger' - He replied: 'It's great!' 
  • Couple are set to go on a world tour after they marry at St George's Chapel in Windsor in May 2018  

By Rebecca English Royal Correspondent For The Daily Mail and Martin Robinson, Uk Chief Reporter and Mark Duell for MailOnline

Published: 05:21 EST, 1 December 2017 | Updated: 09:29 EST, 1 December 2017

Meghan Markle made her first official engagement look easy today as she and Prince Harry wowed huge crowds during a walkabout where she introduced herself to people with a cheery: 'Hi, I'm Meghan'. 

The royal couple shared countless handshakes, high-fives, hugs and took presents including bags of Haribo sweets - Harry's favourites - from crowds five-deep chanting their names in Nottingham today.

Meghan looked happy and relaxed throughout, chatting about their wedding at Windsor Castle next year and quitting the hit show Suits while thanking people for 'braving the cold to see us' and 'making us feel so welcome'.

'I'm so happy,' she said at one point, adding: 'It's just such a thrill to be here. I can't believe it'.

Later star-struck young footballer Ale Araphate, 21, asked loudly: 'Is that Prince Harry’s wife?' as the couple approached and said: 'She is beautiful. Only a prince can have a lady like that!' 

The star, wearing a £585 coat and carrying a £455 handbag, kept resting her hand on Harry's back in a repeated loving and reassuring gesture and for long periods clutched his arm and held his hand.

Meghan Markle clutches a bag of Haribo sweets - Harry's favourites - as she wowed crowds in Nottingham today 
Meghan Markle clutches a bag of Haribo sweets - Harry's favourites - as she wowed crowds in Nottingham today 

Meghan Markle clutches a bag of Haribo sweets - Harry's favourites - as she wowed crowds in Nottingham today 

The newly-engaged couple received a rapturous welcome in Nottingham as they began their public life together
The newly-engaged couple received a rapturous welcome in Nottingham as they began their public life together

The newly-engaged couple received a rapturous welcome in Nottingham as they began their public life together

Harry and Miss Markle engaged in conversation with the woman as they carried out their visit
Harry and Miss Markle engaged in conversation with the woman as they carried out their visit

Harry and Miss Markle engaged in conversation with the woman as they carried out their visit

Miss Markle looked delighted to receive the flowers and words from the well-wisher at the event this morning
Miss Markle looked delighted to receive the flowers and words from the well-wisher at the event this morning

Miss Markle looked delighted to receive the flowers and words from the well-wisher at the event this morning

The newly-engaged couple make a public appearance during their visit to Nottingham this morning
The newly-engaged couple make a public appearance during their visit to Nottingham this morning

The newly-engaged couple make a public appearance during their visit to Nottingham this morning

At points during the walkabout, Miss Markle put a reassuring hand on her the back of her 33-year-old husband-to-be
At points during the walkabout, Miss Markle put a reassuring hand on her the back of her 33-year-old husband-to-be

At points during the walkabout, Miss Markle put a reassuring hand on her the back of her 33-year-old husband-to-be

The couple were all smiles as they took applause from well-wishers who chanted their name in Nottingham today
The couple were all smiles as they took applause from well-wishers who chanted their name in Nottingham today

The couple were all smiles as they took applause from well-wishers who chanted their name in Nottingham today

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People presented flowers to Miss Markle while others waved flags to welcome her to Nottingham today
People presented flowers to Miss Markle while others waved flags to welcome her to Nottingham today

People presented flowers to Miss Markle while others waved flags to welcome her to Nottingham today

People scramble to take a picture of Miss Markle on their smartphones as she meets the public in Nottingham today
People scramble to take a picture of Miss Markle on their smartphones as she meets the public in Nottingham today

People scramble to take a picture of Miss Markle on their smartphones as she meets the public in Nottingham today

Harry looked happy and proud of his fiancee as she coped so well with the limelight in the East Midlands today 
Harry looked happy and proud of his fiancee as she coped so well with the limelight in the East Midlands today 

Harry looked happy and proud of his fiancee as she coped so well with the limelight in the East Midlands today 

The love they have for each other was clear to see in the way they continually touched each other, held hands and glanced into each other's eyes
The love they have for each other was clear to see in the way they continually touched each other, held hands and glanced into each other's eyes

The love they have for each other was clear to see in the way they continually touched each other, held hands and glanced into each other's eyes

The couple spent around 30 minutes speaking to crowds and a little longer inside the World AIDS Day charity fair before heading off to a school
The couple spent around 30 minutes speaking to crowds and a little longer inside the World AIDS Day charity fair before heading off to a school

The couple spent around 30 minutes speaking to crowds and a little longer inside the World AIDS Day charity fair before heading off to a school

Red carpet veteran Ms Markle also went it alone to chat with people lining both sides of the route, accepting everything from bars of chocolate to cards and bunches of flowers.

At one point a young woman dropped a glove and Meghan noticed in the corner of her eye, picked it up and handed it back to her. 

Ann McGuire, who brought her nearly-three-year-old son Leo with her, said:  'She grabbed my hand and said I'm so glad you braved it to stand in the cold', and said of Meghan: 'She's such a natural.'

Katie Shaw, 22, said the couple were 'very down to earth even though they're royal' and said: 'It's all about Suits. We really like Suits and she told us there are going to be two more series'.

The prince looked fit to burst with pride as he watched as his new fiancé worked the crowds like an old pro.

He also saw the funny side today when he was asked what it was like to be ginger and engaged to a Hollywood star like Meghan Markle and admitted himself their romance was 'unbelievable' and said: 'It's great, isn't it!'. 

With no private secretary yet, she had to hold the flowers and her handbag in the same hand but carried on greeting well-wishers. A little while later one of Harry's aide took the blooms from her.

The model and actress, 36, also showed that she is already learning the royal rules when it comes to official visits, politely declining to pose for a selfie, telling one couple: 'We're not allowed.'  

US actress Meghan Markle speaks to a little boy as they tour the Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair
US actress Meghan Markle speaks to a little boy as they tour the Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair

US actress Meghan Markle speaks to a little boy as they tour the Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair

Harry and Meghan laugh as they are handed a T-shirt by a charity close to the prince's heart
Harry and Meghan laugh as they are handed a T-shirt by a charity close to the prince's heart

Harry and Meghan laugh as they are handed a T-shirt by a charity close to the prince's heart

Meghan looked stunning  as she carried out her first engagement as part of the royal family
Meghan looked stunning  as she carried out her first engagement as part of the royal family

Meghan looked stunning  as she carried out her first engagement as part of the royal family

The future duchess repeatedly  introduced herself with a cheery 'Hi, I'm Meghan' to people she met
The future duchess repeatedly  introduced herself with a cheery 'Hi, I'm Meghan' to people she met

The future duchess repeatedly introduced herself with a cheery 'Hi, I'm Meghan' to people she met

Harry and Miss Markle began their tour at the National Justice Museum in Nottingham Lace Market today
Harry and Miss Markle began their tour at the National Justice Museum in Nottingham Lace Market today

Harry and Miss Markle began their tour at the National Justice Museum in Nottingham Lace Market today

Prince Harry and bride-to-be Meghan Markle began their public life together with a whirlwind of handshakes and smiles
Prince Harry and bride-to-be Meghan Markle began their public life together with a whirlwind of handshakes and smiles
Harry and Miss Markle pictured today
Harry and Miss Markle pictured today

Prince Harry and bride-to-be Meghan Markle began their public life together with a whirlwind of handshakes and smiles

Miss Markle joined Prince Harry in Nottingham city centre during their first official royal outing together today
Miss Markle joined Prince Harry in Nottingham city centre during their first official royal outing together today

Miss Markle joined Prince Harry in Nottingham city centre during their first official royal outing together today

Down to earth Meghan is relying on Harry's staff... for now

Meghan Markle with Harry's aide Heather Wong
Meghan Markle with Harry's aide Heather Wong

Meghan Markle with Harry's aide Heather Wong

With no private secretary yet, Meghan had to hold the flowers and her handbag in the same hand but carried on greeting well-wishers. 

A little while later one of Harry's aides, believed to be Heather Wong, took the blooms from her.

The model and actress, 36, also showed that she is already learning the royal rules when it comes to official visits, politely declining to pose for a selfie, telling one couple: 'We're not allowed.'

Harry recently appointed her as his new assistant private secretary, Heather Wong, who worked with Prince Charles’s former spin doctor, Paddy Harverson, at his PR venture, Milltown Partners. 

Ms Markle spent around 25 minutes meeting the crowds in Nottingham with Prince Harry, charming members of the public as she introduced herself with a cheery 'Hi, I'm Meghan.' 'I'm so happy,' she said at one point. 'It's just such a thrill to be here.' 

Harry and Meghan arrived a few minutes ahead of schedule and, after greeting dignitaries, immediately ploughed off to speak to the waiting crowds.

Although they stood for a second, wrapped around each other. Meghan showed no hint of nerves and after joining Harry for a while on one side of the street, confidently peeled off on her own. 

The prince and the actress immediately undertook a traditional royal walkabout, plunging into the crowds to shake hands. 

The prince and his fiancee appeared eager to meet the public with Harry at one point asking someone 'can I shake your hand?'.

He then smiled when a well-wisher shouted, from three or four rows back behind a crash barrier: 'How does it feel being a ginger with Meghan?'

The former Army officer replied with a grin 'It's great, isn't it?', when the man said the word 'unbelievable?', Harry responded 'unbelievable'. 

The love they have for each other was clear to see in the way they continually touched each other, held hands and glanced into each other's eyes.

They also were tactile with the crowds stopping to touch people on the arm and Ms Markle even rubbed someone's wrist - as if to warm them up on the cold day - as she shook their hand. 

The couple spent long periods speaking to people who congratulated them on their engagement with the prince handing out high fives to youngsters who came to see them. 

Ms Markle was wrapped up against the cold in a long dark blue coat by Mackage, and boots. She was also without gloves, so her engagement ring was on display, and carried a handbag - something the Duchess of Cambridge rarely does.  

One woman is delighted to take a picture of Miss Markle during the royal couple's meet-and-greet in Nottingham today
One woman is delighted to take a picture of Miss Markle during the royal couple's meet-and-greet in Nottingham today

One woman is delighted to take a picture of Miss Markle during the royal couple's meet-and-greet in Nottingham today

Miss Markle smiles to well-wishers
Miss Markle smiles to well-wishers

The prince and his fiancee appeared eager to meet the public with Harry at one point asking someone 'can I shake your hand?'

Harry and Miss Markle, received a rapturous welcome from the people of Nottingham as they began their public life together
Harry and Miss Markle, received a rapturous welcome from the people of Nottingham as they began their public life together
The couple walk through the streets of Nottingham
The couple walk through the streets of Nottingham

Harry and Miss Markle, received a rapturous welcome from the people of Nottingham as they began their public life together

With no private secretary yet, she held the flowers and her handbag in the same hand and carried on greeting well-wishers
With no private secretary yet, she held the flowers and her handbag in the same hand and carried on greeting well-wishers

With no private secretary yet, she held the flowers and her handbag in the same hand and carried on greeting well-wishers

Harry and Miss Markle spoke privately as well as with members of the public during the walkabout today
Harry and Miss Markle spoke privately as well as with members of the public during the walkabout today
Harry waves to a member of the public
Harry waves to a member of the public

Harry and Miss Markle spoke privately as well as with members of the public during the walkabout today

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive in Nottingham today on their first royal visit after announcing their engagement
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive in Nottingham today on their first royal visit after announcing their engagement

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle enjoyed the warmest of welcomes on their first royal engagement together as a couple today with well-wishers declaring: 'We love him - she's beautiful'.

Harry and his fiancée Miss Markle greet well wishers as they arrive at the event in Nottingham this morning
Harry and his fiancée Miss Markle greet well wishers as they arrive at the event in Nottingham this morning

Harry and his fiancée Miss Markle greet well wishers as they arrive at the event in Nottingham this morning

The visit to Nottingham today aims to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and efforts to tackle youth crime
The visit to Nottingham today aims to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and efforts to tackle youth crime

The visit to Nottingham today aims to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and efforts to tackle youth crime

The prince and the actress immediately undertook a traditional royal walkabout, plunging into the crowds to shake hands and collect bouquets and cards of congratulation
The prince and the actress immediately undertook a traditional royal walkabout, plunging into the crowds to shake hands and collect bouquets and cards of congratulation

The prince and the actress immediately undertook a traditional royal walkabout, plunging into the crowds to shake hands and collect bouquets and cards of congratulation

Just a few days after announcing their engagement, the couple were carrying out their first joint royal engagement today
Just a few days after announcing their engagement, the couple were carrying out their first joint royal engagement today
Miss Markle arrives in Nottingham today
Miss Markle arrives in Nottingham today

Just a few days after announcing their engagement, the couple were carrying out their first joint royal engagement today

The tour around Britain over the next six months will allow the American former actress to get to know her new home
The tour around Britain over the next six months will allow the American former actress to get to know her new home

The tour around Britain over the next six months will allow the American former actress to get to know her new home

Harry shakes the hand of a well-wisher during the walkabout in Nottingham as they carry out a royal engagement
Harry shakes the hand of a well-wisher during the walkabout in Nottingham as they carry out a royal engagement

Harry shakes the hand of a well-wisher during the walkabout in Nottingham as they carry out a royal engagement

The former actress soon left her fiancee's side and walked to the other side of the road to greet hundreds of fans
The former actress soon left her fiancee's side and walked to the other side of the road to greet hundreds of fans

The former actress soon left her fiancee's side and walked to the other side of the road to greet hundreds of fans

Onlookers were desperate to grab a photo of the royal couple as they made their way through Nottingham today
Onlookers were desperate to grab a photo of the royal couple as they made their way through Nottingham today

Onlookers were desperate to grab a photo of the royal couple as they made their way through Nottingham today

Miss Markle was handed a bunch of flowers by a member of the crowd in Nottingham this morning
Miss Markle was handed a bunch of flowers by a member of the crowd in Nottingham this morning

Miss Markle was handed a bunch of flowers by a member of the crowd in Nottingham this morning

The couple smiled as they smoke to a woman who handed the bunch of flowers to Miss Markle this morning
The couple smiled as they smoke to a woman who handed the bunch of flowers to Miss Markle this morning

The couple smiled as they smoke to a woman who handed the bunch of flowers to Miss Markle this morning

Harry was animated as the couple spoke to the woman during their walkabout in Nottingham this morning
Harry was animated as the couple spoke to the woman during their walkabout in Nottingham this morning

Harry was animated as the couple spoke to the woman during their walkabout in Nottingham this morning

Isn't she GLOVELY! Meghan delights one lucky wellwisher by picking up her MITTEN when it falls to the floor 

Meghan Markle is seen handing back the glove to a well-wisher after she dropped it today
Meghan Markle is seen handing back the glove to a well-wisher after she dropped it today

Meghan Markle is seen handing back the glove to a well-wisher after she dropped it today

The woman was clearly delighted to have been handed the glove back by Miss Markle
The woman was clearly delighted to have been handed the glove back by Miss Markle

The woman was clearly delighted to have been handed the glove back by Miss Markle

Miss Markle puts her hand on the back of Harry during their walkabout in Nottingham today
Miss Markle puts her hand on the back of Harry during their walkabout in Nottingham today

Miss Markle puts her hand on the back of Harry during their walkabout in Nottingham today

She might be six months away from marrying one of the world’s most eligible bachelors, but Meghan Markle still clearly has a down-to-earth side.

For the 36-year-old American actress happily picked up a glove from the ground after it was dropped by a well-wisher greeting her in Nottingham this morning.

Miss Markle, who will marry Prince Harry in May, bent down to pick up the glove and handed it back to its surprised owner, who thanked her.

The touching moment came as Harry and Miss Markle received a rapturous welcome from the people of Nottingham as they began their public life together.

Just a few days after announcing their engagement, the couple were carrying out their first joint royal engagement.

The visit aims to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and efforts to tackle youth crime but it also gave the prince the opportunity to showcase his partner to the nation.

Harry chose Nottingham, a city he knows well, for their first walkabout, a mainstay of royal engagements.

The couple, who arrived by train, began their tour with a civic welcome at the National Justice Museum in Nottingham's historic Lace Market district.

Ahead of their arrival, hundreds of curious and excited onlookers had packed the streets.

The city and its people are close to Harry's heart, with the visit his third public trip there since October last year.

It is the first official engagement by the couple in what will be a six-month tour of the UK, allowing the American former actress to get to know her new home.

Prince Harry's financee mingled with the crowds in Nottingham city centre, telling people how she hoped they weren't too cold in the chilly December weather.

Meghan, 36, showed that she is already learning the royal rules when it comes to official visits, politely declining to pose for a selfie, telling one couple: 'We're not allowed.'

Barbara Miller, 63, from Nottingham, said: 'She said thank you very much for braving the cold.

'I said 'can we have a selfie?'. She said 'we're not allowed to do selfies'.

'I said congratulations. She was so pleasant, she was lovely.

Prince Harry and Meghan 'have NOT set a date for the royal wedding' despite reports saying it's on for May 26

Reports that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding will take place on May 26 have been rubbished - with the happy couple yet to set a date themselves.

It was suggested tonight that the pair will marry on the Saturday of the spring bank holiday weekend, meaning Brits would have three days off to celebrate.

However The Sun's was quickly scotched by royal commentators, who told MailOnline that no date has been set in stone since Monday's announcement.

Earlier this week, Kensington Palace said the wedding will take place at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle sometime in May.

Last night it refused to comment on the proposed date of May 26. 

'She said to my husband 'your hands are really cold'.

Husband David Miller, 74, added: 'I shook her hand. She said it was really cold.'

Cori Burns, 80 from Clifton, said Meghan pointed out her home state of California is warmer than the UK.

Cori said: 'I used to live in California so I asked her where she was from and she said it's warmer over there than here.'

Irene Hardman, 81, from Ruddington said: 'I just said she's wonderful and beautiful and they'll be absolutely wonderful together.

'She kept saying 'thank you so much'. They were just wonderful. She kept saying 'I can't believe it, I've been made so welcome and I can't believe it'.' 

Micaela Lueders, 20, who is from California, said the former actress had recognised her accent and told her: 'Its so lovely to meet a fellow Californian, I'm so excited to be here.

'She was wondering if I was staying here and whether I'm enjoying it. It was really great. She seemed very natural.

'She's very warm. I bet she was terribly nervous but she didn't show it.'

Waving to people in the windows above the narrow street, Ms Markle walked down a line asking people their names, where they are from and endearingly introducing herself by name in case they were not sure who she was.

Claire Kensall brought a card made by her daughter Ruby, seven, congratulating them on their engagement and saying: 'I can't wait to see your wedding.'

'Harry said he was really pleased, and thanked her,' she added. 

Frieda, 87 from Nottingham, recalled seeing the Queen in the city when she was Princess Elizabeth around 1950, wanting to pass her best wishes to Prince Harry.

'She was lovely,' she said of Meghan. 'She said she was so pleased to be here. I told her you're lovely - she's very beautiful.

'Harry said he loved my plaits.'

One group of mothers had brought five small children for their first encounter with royalty, with Claire Saribi saying they could not pass up the opportunity to show them history in action.

Her son Idris, one, had been practising saying 'congratulations' ahead of the walkabout, while Zoë and Emilia, who are three and friends from ballet class, made a card covered in star-shaped stickers.

Ms Markle crouched down to meet them and ask how old they were, and thank them for the card.

Helena Bottomly, who gave a bag of Haribo to Meghan to pass to her fiance, stood with three friends who had brought red and white roses, said: 'She was really pleased with the presents. We congratulated her.'

Asked for their assessment of Ms Markle, the friends said: 'She's a little gem.'

The walkabout also gave Ms Markle and Prince Harry to indulge their love of dogs, with the Prince asking one named Gertie whether he was getting a Christmas stocking.

While most people spent time speaking about the Royal family, others had more important concerns.

Mandy Koehler, 19 from Nebraska, who is studying in Nottingham, said: 'I wanted to ask Prince Harry his favourite colour. He said it was blue, but then changed his mind to purple.'

She brushed her hair from her face and smiled broadly as she shook hand after hand before rejoining the prince a little later
She brushed her hair from her face and smiled broadly as she shook hand after hand before rejoining the prince a little later

She brushed her hair from her face and smiled broadly as she shook hand after hand before rejoining the prince a little later

The couple are on their first official visit together, choosing to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS with a visit to a youth project
The couple are on their first official visit together, choosing to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS with a visit to a youth project

The couple are on their first official visit together, choosing to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS with a visit to a youth project

Harry and Miss Markle smile during a visit to the Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair today
Harry and Miss Markle smile during a visit to the Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair today
Miss Markle is greeted in Nottingham
Miss Markle is greeted in Nottingham

Harry and Miss Markle smile during a visit to the Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair today

Miss Markle talks to members of the public in Nottingham city centre during the couple's first official royal outing
Miss Markle talks to members of the public in Nottingham city centre during the couple's first official royal outing

Miss Markle talks to members of the public in Nottingham city centre during the couple's first official royal outing

Harry chose Nottingham, a city he knows well, for their first walkabout, a mainstay of royal engagements
Harry chose Nottingham, a city he knows well, for their first walkabout, a mainstay of royal engagements

Harry chose Nottingham, a city he knows well, for their first walkabout, a mainstay of royal engagements

Miss Markle was wearing a dark blue coat as the newly-engaged couple spoke and posed for photos with the onlookers
Miss Markle was wearing a dark blue coat as the newly-engaged couple spoke and posed for photos with the onlookers

Miss Markle was wearing a dark blue coat as the newly-engaged couple spoke and posed for photos with the onlookers

Harry talks to members of the public in Nottingham city centre during their first official royal outing this morning
Harry talks to members of the public in Nottingham city centre during their first official royal outing this morning

Harry talks to members of the public in Nottingham city centre during their first official royal outing this morning

Harry shakes the hand of a at the Nottingham Contemporary in Nottingham
Harry shakes the hand of a at the Nottingham Contemporary in Nottingham

Harry shakes the hand of a at the Nottingham Contemporary in Nottingham

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