Thursday, 4 October 2018

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Wow Fans With Loved Up Displays… As They Make First Official Visit To Sussex!!! [Photos/Video]

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle put on a loved-up display for their adoring fans as the couple made their first official visit to their Sussex dukedom.

The newlywed Royals were seen walking closely alongside each other, with occasional hand holding and arms around one another, as they stepped out in style to greet well-wishers.

The Duchess stunned in a leather skirt as she joined Prince Harry for the couple’s first official visit to Sussex – the namesake of their royal titles. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex beamed as they met with excited fans from Chichester to Brighton on their whistle-stop tour of the county.

It’s the first time Meghan has visited Sussex, despite being duchess of the county for more than four months.

The newlyweds appeared to be very much still in the honeymoon phase and were seen laughing together.

Harry also took the opportunity to speak of his love for his wife and how “very happy” he was.

The former US actress looked chic in an outfit costing almost £4,000 – opting for a £369 Hugo Boss green leather skirt, paired with a £2,000 Georgio Armani cashmere coat and £69 & Other Stories blouse, as she arrived with husband Prince Harry at Chichester for a walkabout.

Meghan, who swept her hair into a bun and carried a £1,695 Gabriela Hearst Demi bag, made sure to meet as many eager fans as possible – including cooing over a young fan eating an apple while also letting a dog lick her hand.

She made sure to compliment the green ensemble with the £85 Mantra Open Heart Signet Ring, along with two bracelets – the £69 Double Chain Bracelet and £75 Rainbow Moonstone Beaded Leaf Bracelet.

Prince Harry, who kept it casual in a grey suit without a tie, seemed just as keen to greet those lining the streets – even giving one lucky student a high five.

The couple managed to take in Chichester, Bognor Regis, Brighton and Peacehaven in a jam-packed day of walkabouts and public engagements.

During a walkabout in Brighton, the young Prince encouraged two eight-year-old boys to find something else to do with their spare time after voicing his concerns about popular video game Fortnite.

Prince Harry crouched down to to chat to the two boys, named as Ziad and Eren from the Queen’s Park Primary School, when they asked him if he was a fan of the game.

The affectionate Royal placed his hands on their shoulders and encouraged them to find other games to play instead.

Harry and Meghan then moved on to the Brighton Pavillion where they engaged with the public on an extra-long walkabout.

The crowd chanted “hip hip hooray” and “Harry! Harry! Harry!” as the couple beamed with joy.

Meghan was presented with more flowers than she could carry, before eager children fired questions at their royal visitors.

A cheeky few asked Meghan how old she was, while another asked for Harry’s phone number.

The group of 60 seven and eight-year-olds also showed the Duke and Duchess their snazzy dance moves by “flossing” – a dance made popular by the game Fortnite.

Chatting to students from Westbourne School, he joked he was pleased to hear the group had managed to avoid a Latin test to see him.

The Duchess was asked what her favourite school subject was, replying that she favoured maths.

The Year 6 pupils also managed to hand the couple an A-Z of Sussex, recommending the best spots to see in the area.

And Harry was equally as excited to meet the younger members of the crowd, giving two-year-old Tobias Henning a playful tickle.

Crouching towards the little boy in a red jumper, the 34-year-old royal chuckled as the tot laughed and squirmed in his mum’s arms.

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