One of the many adorable things Prince Harry said about his new wife-to-be, Meghan Markle, during their engagement interview earlier this week was how he had no doubt she'd be "unbelievably good" at the job side of being a royal.
The couple's appearance is to raise awareness of HIV/Aids as they visit the Nottingham Contemporary gallery, which is hosting a Terrence Higgins Trust World Aids Day charity fair.
One fan got straight to the point with the cinnamon prince, when he, reportedly also a redhead, asked Harry, "How does it feel being a ginger-with Meghan?".
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You'd think being an actual fucking Prince would mean that Harry avoids all that sort of shit, but, nope.
The couple's visit to Nottingham was their first official commitment since they announced their engagement on Monday.
Meghan explained how her concerns were triggered further after boys in her class said it confirms the stereotype of women "belonging in the kitchen".
"Harry, come and get warmed up by me!" she yelled.
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".
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They said: "Ms Markle can not wait to meet numerous young people Prince Harry has told her so much about".
The American actress-turned royal fiancee has always been a fan of Mackage - whose outerwear has also been worn by the pop star Madonna.
Royal fan Irene Hardman has a goody bag ready to hand over to the couple, including copies of the local paper and two fridge magnets "so they don't fight over it".
"Now she's got to get to know Britain, her adopted country".
The new royal couple is already on the job, just days after revealing their engagement.
Everything went to plan - there were no awkward encounters, the snow that has buffeted some parts of the United Kingdom this week held off, and Markle seemed to be at ease with the flag-waving and camera-wielding residents of Nottingham who had gathered since early in the day to secure the best spots.
Markle, who is best known for her role as a lawyer in the hit U.S. television series "Suits", has said she is giving up acting, applying for British citizenship and getting baptised into the Church of England.
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