Where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will visit in Sussex - full itinerary

Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Chichester, Bognor, Brighton and Peacehaven.

Duke and Duchess of Sussex make first official visit to home of their titles

Departing the United Kingdom on October 15, Harry and Meghan will first head to Sydney on October 16 before travelling to Dubbo on the 17th and to Melbourne on the 18th.

They will also visit the Royal Pavilion and then head back to West Sussex for another walkabout and meet-n-greet.

To see our picture gallery from the day click on the link at the top of the article.

While at Edes House, Their Royal Highnesses will be shown the rare Sussex copy of the American Declaration of Independence, which is one of only two contemporary handwritten ceremonial manuscript copies.

Measuring 24 by 30 inches (60 by 76 cm), the Sussex Declaration is thought to date to the 1780s and most likely was written in NY or Philadelphia, and while other copies and printed versions of the Declaration exist, the only other ceremonial parchment is the Matlack Declaration, which dates from 1776 and is kept at the National Archives in Washington.

As the couple left the building, they went to speak to crowds outside and Meghan saw Kara Fairhall, 10, was upset. "Meghan asked me what we were doing today", she said.

"She took my hand and said "Are you OK?' I said 'yes" and she said: 'It's going to be OK'".

Harry spoke of his love for his wife and how "very happy" he was.

The pair visited Chichester, Bognor, Brighton and Peacehaven.

Meghan looked radiant for her day out, stunning in a green blouse, green leather skirt by Hugo Boss and cream coat by Armani. Harry, handsome as always, stepped out wearing a grey suit, brown shoes and open-necked white shirt.

Meghan Markle might be the most impressive (and most watched!) woman out there right now.

They will also visit a charity for survivors of sexual abuse before discussing mental health and emotional wellbeing with youth groups.

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