Meghan amused as Horse whisperer Harry finds Scotland nippy

Oscar Cross
February 14, 2018

The latest announcement also mentioned that the route of wedding procession that will happen after wedding ceremony as soon as the newlywed comes out as a married couple for the first time.

"Hey!" the prince said at one point, narrowly avoiding a bite. They also said that Harry and Meghan's chosen song for him to sing is ideal.

However, the pony's previous antics suggest he well and truly has it in for the Royal Family.

And the in-demand fashionista is rumoured to be helping select Meghan's all-important wedding dress.

This week she was photographed wearing a cross-body purse, a first for someone in the royal family. But on a trip to Scotland, Markle ditched her now signature messy bun and twinned with the Duchess of Cambridge-and a small horse with a bad reputation. She wore the Black Watch coat for Christmas Day in 2013.

Markle's beloved mum Doria Radlan was also in attendance at the special event.

Accessorizing, Markle added a hunter green crossbody bag courtesy of Scottish label Strathbury, which highlighted the similar shade of green in her jacket. Harry gave Cruachan IV an affectionate pat while Meghan kept a slightly more cautious distance away. The beloved mascot was wearing a coat very similar to the one Meghan was wearing and even got a bit playful with Harry at one stage. This cafe is known for its work with the homeless in Scotland, as they distribute 100,000 food items such as hot drinks and food every year and have also been known to employ homeless individuals too. The pair were keen to chat with staff and talk about their experiences and how they changed their lives around.

They then moved to Social Bite, a network of cafes set up to help the homeless which has previously welcomed George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio and the Duchess of Cornwall.

It was the couple's fourth official engagement together as Harry introduces Markle to various parts of Britain.

They were shown round by Charlotte Liddell, 21, from Buckhaven, Fife, and Ben Mason, nine, from East Renfrewshire, who are both youth ambassadors for the Scottish Government initiative Scotland's Year of Young People 2018.

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