Harry's communications secretary Jason Knauf said the prince is "looking forward to introducing Ms Markle to a community that has become very special to him".
Queen Elizabeth's grandson Harry, 33, now fifth-in-line to the throne, and USA actress Markle, 36, best known for her leading role in US legal drama "Suits", announced their engagement on Monday, igniting a trans-Atlantic media frenzy. Which, specifically, means: no selfies.
She smiled, she waved and she made sympathetic noises to people who had stood in the cold for hours on end just for the privilege of meeting her.
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According to Hello, it's rare that we see members of the Royal Family engage in public displays of affection at official events, as they are working as representatives of the monarchy.
The couple's engagement was announced by Clarence House on Monday, in a statement posted to Twitter. Holding hands throughout the entire interview, Harry, 33, and Markle, 36, looked relaxed and super in love, even poking fun at each other and making faces.
They were welcomed to the town by big crowds of well wishers lining the streets, with an increased police presence on hand as crowds converged outside Nottingham Contemporary, which will be hosting a Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair - the first stop on their visit.
Nearly overnight, a thumbs up from Markle has become the most sought-after endorsement a brand can get and today's chosen ones included a mix of her go-to American labels, with some newly discovered British brands too.