Prince Harry and Meghan Markle delight fans in Scotland

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Tom Martin told People the couple's parties have already been planned out for them.

They met with a Shetland pony, who was also wearing a tartan coat.

In the kitchen, Meghan said she volunteered in a soup kitchen as a teenager. It looks like she was wearing the designer's Shore Sailor Wide-Leg Pants in black, which she's been seen in before. My friend Sonny managed to pick up her coffee cup as a souvenir but I didn't get any mementos!

Social Bite is a social enterprise, which works to fight homelessness in Scotland.

Harry asked Josh Littlejohn and Alice Thompson, the co-founders of Social Bite, "when are you bringing this down south?" after the pair had explained how homeless people struggle to find employment without an address.

Since her engagement to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has developed her own royal style and so far, it's nothing like Kate Middleton's.

He said: "Meals are supposed to be an opportunity to bring people together, time to share, time to give and time to have a conversation".

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They put in ear plugs for the explosion, but not before Harry asked so many questions he almost delayed the time-critical event. It was a great atmosphere.

They will make several visits in the city alone today, and are due to visit Social Bite - a cafe which employs former homeless people. "I'm sure William's got something up his sleeve", Martin said, quoting the royal.

The happy bride-to-be and her prince are both activists and campaigners. Prince Harry took over as Captain General of the Royal Marines in December from his grandfather Prince Philip who had been the ceremonial head for 46 years. Recently she has been paying private visits to support survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster. With Meghan following in her footsteps, the Duchess knows that Meghan has a good chance of making things bigger and better than her wedding.

It's not the first time Meghan has championed the Scottish label.

"I've never been this close to a royal, ever - it was incredible, we never expected to be shaking hands with them".

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