Prince Harry swerves This Morning interviewer Alison Hammond during royal visit

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The couple were in Nottingham to visit a World Aids Day charity fair, hosted by the Terrence Higgins Trust, after announcing they were to Wednesday earlier this week.

One of the people Prince Harry stopped to speak to was Julie Ball, 51, of Netherfield, who said the prince had commented on her Santa gloves.

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Prince Harry's betrothed was featured on a Nickelodeon news program in 1993 (Nick News fans where you at) for writing a letter to Procter & Gamble regarding the language of their ad for Ivory dish soap.

"We privileged they've chosen Nottingham to be their first official engagement", the 81-year-old said.

At points during the walkabout, Ms Markle put a reassuring hand on Harry's back and she was given a bunch of cream coloured flowers.

"It was a fantastic surprise to see that Meghan selected one of our core Strathberry styles to carry on her first royal engagement".

At Nottingham Academy, the couple will watch a "hip hopera" and meet students.

Nottingham is a place Prince William's brother is very fond of with his communications secretary Jason Knauf saying Harry is "looking forward to introducing Ms Markle to a community that has become very special to him". Harry established Full Effect through The Royal Foundation in 2014.

They said: "Ms Markle can not wait to meet numerous young people Prince Harry has told her so much about".

Ms Scott said: "We love the royals".

"I'm also a fan of Suits, so it is a chance to see a star of that too".

But her efforts paid off, as she managed to stick a microphone in front of the soon-to-be royal to send her many congratulations from all of those on the ITV daytime show.

The pair laughed for several moments before Hardman handed Harry a gift bag containing fridge magnets and other goodies, according to Britain's Press Association.

'I understand given Meghan's age it's now or never, I just feel it's a bit harsh on Catherine, as in any scenario she'll not overly get to celebrate the day.

The new royal couple is already on the job, just days after revealing their engagement.

"This is the country that's going to be her home now and that means travelling around, getting to know the towns and cities and smaller communities", he said. A little while later one of Harry's aide took the blooms from her. The American plans to become a British citizen.