Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Nottingham

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Nottingham on December 1st. This is the couple’s first official appearance since announcing their engagement earlier this week. This is also Meghan first official engagement. 

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Upon arrival in Nottingham, Prince Harry and Meghan went on a walkabout before visiting the Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair at the Nottingham Contemporary. They met members of the local community outside the National Justice Museuem, representatives from Terrence Higgins Trust Nottingham, the African Institute for Social Development and Champions for Change, and The Food Chain and BHIVA, which supports people living with HIV and work towards eradicating the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.

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Prince Harry and Meghan then traveled to Nottingham Academy where they met Head teachers from the Academy and local primary schools as well Full Effect staff and mentors. They heard from staff about the positive impact Full Effect is having on the local school communities and student, and then had the opportunity to meet some of the children benefitting from the programme’s Friday Night Youth Club which began in September. Before departing, they watched a performance put on by some of the young people involved in the programme.

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Prince Harry wore a white shirt with a navy blazer, an HIV/AIDS badge, and a navy coat. Meghan wore a Mackage maxi coat with a midi skirt, turtleneck, and her engagement ring.

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