Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first official joint visit to Scotland today, travelling around Edinburgh for a series of engagements created to introduce Meghan to the United Kingdom ahead of her May wedding day. They shook many hands along the way, and most gave their well-wishes for a happy wedding.
Then it was time for the loved-up couple to visit Edinburgh Garrison, where they watched the One o'clock Gun being fired. Thankfully, Meghan was dressed for the occasion.
The former "Suits" actress expertly paired the almost $3,000 double-breasted cashmere-blend coat from the British brand with black Adley trousers from Veronica Beard's resort '18 collection. The lavish green coat is believed to have cost £1,995 (A$3,524, U$2,770).
Not all royal weddings look alike, as fans of the family have learned throughout the years.
Princess Diana wearing tartan on a visit to Scotland.
As they arrived at Edinburgh Castle, Harry and Meghan held hands nearly constantly and draped their arms around each other's waists. She wore her luscious brown locks down for the event and was all smiles throughout the day.
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An Ascot Landau was also used when the queen's youngest son, Prince Edward, married Sophie Rhys-Jones.
The pair also giggled as they came face-to-face with an adorable Shetland Pony.
Meanwhile, Samantha Neely praised Markle's navy tartan Burberry coat and purse. Following the visit to the castle, Harry and Markle visited the social enterprise cafe, Social Bite, which distributes thousands of food and beverage items to the homeless in Scotland each year.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle met Scotland's First Minister at a reception to celebrate the achievements of young people in Edinburgh - and received an offer of a wedding band.
Their trip to Scotland was Meghan and Harry's fourth public appearance together.