Just a few days after their official engagement announcement, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made their first royal appearance together. The couple are in Nottingham this morning, beginning the day at the National Justice Museum, followed by engagements at the Nottingham Contemporary Art Center for a celebration in honor of World AIDS day, which will "highlight the work to smash stigma that can still exist around HIV," according to a Kensington Palace spokesperson. Later in the day Meghan and Harry will visit Nottingham Academy and the Full Effect mentorship program, which provides students with positive role models.
Harry is reportedly "looking forward to introducing Ms. Markle to a community that has become very special to him."
OUR FIRST LOOK AT MEGHAN AND HARRY IN NOTTINGHAM.
MEGHAN MEETING SUPPORTERS
SHOWING OFF THE NEW RING.
THE NEWLY ENGAGED COUPLE
MEGHAN'S FIRST WALKABOUT
FOR TODAY'S ENGAGEMENTS, MEGHAN IS WEARING A DOUBLE-BREASTED NAVY BLUE COAT OVER A BLACK TURTLENECK AND TAN SKIRT.
INTRODUCING MEGHAN TO THE CROWD.
A SCENE OF THE CROWD THIS MORNING IN NOTTINGHAM
A CLOSE-UP OF MEGHAN'S RING
IN THE CAR!
MEGHAN'S LOOK WITHOUT HER COAT ON.
TOURING THE TERRENCE HIGGINS TRUST WORLD AIDS DAY CHARITY FAIR AT NOTTINGHAM CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER IN NOTTINGHAM.
GREETING FANS AT THE NOTTINGHAM CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.