Harry and Meghan will first be seen in Sussex at 10.45am as they visit Chichester in West Sussex to greet members of the public.
Thereafter they made their way to East Sussex to visit Brighton, where they were given a tour of Brighton's historic Royal Pavilion as spent time at the Survivors' Network, a charity that supports victims of sexual violence and abuse. The Edes House is filled with history - it was built in the 17th century and you can take tours of the house if you're in the area.
The duchess mixed high and low fashion for the day's look, pairing a $99 dark-green silk blouse from & Other Stories with a matching lambskin leather pencil skirt by Hugo Boss priced at $595.
After being greeted by The couple were greeted by the Lord Lieutenant of West Sussex, Susan Pyper, and mayor of Chichester Martyn Bell, the two met with citizens of all ages, including groups of schoolchildren, and Harry even almost came nose to nose with a dog.
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Harry was dressed in a grey suit, brown shoes and a white shirt.
The pair donned donned safety goggles to watch an experiment in one of the laboratories then listened to the student chamber orchestra play a piece from Vivaldi's Four Seasons while technology students practised filming and recording the performance in the state-of-the-art sound stage. "I think that's fantastic", he teased.
The answer to the question says: "A boy who makes every effort to dismantle the patriarchy (whilst keeping in mind intersections with other forms of oppression)". "Me: 'Will you tell your Mum I love her?' Meghan: little gasp!" Wow this is really special.