Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Show PDA During First Joint Royal Engagement

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Show PDA During First Joint Royal Engagement

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Show PDA During First Joint Royal Engagement

The buzz around the engagement of Britain's Prince Harry and United States actress Meghan Markle could boost the profile of their charity causes, from HIV/AIDS to gender equality, aid advocates say.

Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle greet well wishers as they arrive at an event in Nottingham, December 1, 2017.

And that day has come: Photos popped up on the Internet earlier this morning of Markle and Prince Harry at the event-shaking hands with citizens, smiling, accepting flowers-and they look nearly too ideal for words. (AAP) Harry and Ms Markle met in 2016 through friends.

The pair visited a Terrence Higgins Trust charity fair for World AIDS Day, where they'll meet with reps from organizations supporting victims of AIDS-a special cause for the prince and his late mother, Princess Diana.

As soon as they appeared, the gathered crowd went wild, chanting their names, and straining to get the chance to speak to the happy couple.

They are also set to meet with teachers from Nottingham Academy later in the day, along with local students and those involved in the Full Effect programme.

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Unlike the Duchess of Cambridge was before she became a royal, Markle is used to charity work thanks to her celebrity status.

Asked what she thought of the engagement, she added: "We really wish them all the very best - they're a lovely couple".

"If their engagement interview is any indication, I would suspect we will see more PDA from Harry and Meghan", notes Samhan.

As they made their way from stall to stall, the couple looked at ease in their new roles as a working team. She's a regular speaker at the United Nations on women's topics and has worked as a representative for Canadian charity World Vision.

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