The Royal visit is Harry and Meghan's first in Scotland but one of several in the run up to their big day at Windsor Castle on Saturday, May 19.
The Prince and Meghan Markle stepped out in Edinburgh for their first Royal visit to the country north of England at lunchtime.
As CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports from Edinburgh Castle, the biting north wind did little to chill the enthusiasm of scores of Scots who came out to welcome the prince and his bride-to-be to the Scottish capital.
Bright and early in the morning, the pair watched a performance by the Royal Marines Scotland Band in front of Edinburgh Castle and once inside, Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, were treated to the firing of the One O'clock Gun. Though she's recently rocked several messy buns, the former Suits star wore her hair down and curled for the occasion.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in Scotland.
The former "Suits" actress expertly paired the almost $3,000 double-breasted cashmere-blend coat from the British brand with black Adley trousers from Veronica Beard's resort '18 collection.
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It's been confirmed by royal sources that Prince Harry's fiancée has undertaken a series of visits to see those affected by the tragic fire.
They finished the day by attending a reception at the Palace of Holyroodhouse for the Year of Young People, which celebrates the achievements of Scottish youth. It was their first time to Scotland as a couple, and followed their recently visit to Wales in January. It's called "Social Bite", and the work being done there has already attracted attention from Hollywood royalty. "I've only got the Queen, Will and Kate and Prince Charles left and I've got the complete royal set!"
After the wedding, at 1 pm, newly married Harry and Meghan will travel from St George's Chapel through the town of Windsor in a carriage before returning to Windsor Castle.
The fire that broke out at Grenfell Tower last June affected everyone in the U.K. And perhaps because of its close proximity to Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace, the Royal Family felt it keenly as well.