Prince Harry Was Bitten by a Pony During His Trip to Scotland

The loved-up couple's first-stop was the Esplanade in front of the iconic Edinburgh Castle, where they were officially welcomed to the city by the Royal Marines Scotland Band. The paper even points out a time Diana left Kensington Palace in the middle of the night to visit shelters and speak with nearby homeless people.

He added: "A lot of people turned out to see them, it was the busiest I've ever seen Rose Street!"

Prince Harry and Markle visited Edinburgh Castle and met with screaming fans.

A cheeky Shetland tried to nip Prince Harry's hand as the royal visited Edinburgh today (Tuesday, 13 February).

Social Bite is a social enterprise, which works to fight homelessness in Scotland.

While at Social Bite, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle looked laid back when chatting to employees.

Upon arrival, she was seen wearing a dark, tartan coat, Wolford turtleneck, Veronica Beard wide leg trousers, heels and a Strathberry crossbody bag for the visit.

Familiarizing herself ahead of time, sure, but you know she's also the kind of person who wants these people to know they haven't been forgotten.

Harry said in an interview with BBC News after the engagement: "We camped out with each other under the stars - she came and joined me for five days out there, which was absolutely fantastic". The source said, "Prince Harry has personally requested Ed to perform at his wedding".

Markle greeting fans outside of Edinburgh Castle in Scotland.

They will be the latest in a string of high-profile visitors to Social Bite premises.

Both George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio have visited the cafe in the past, learning more about what they do and how they can help feed the homeless.

It's of course a given that whatever the bride-to-be sports, she'll resemble something out of a modern-day fairy tale.

The tradition started in 1861 to mark time for ships in the Firth of Forth and the couple were given ear defenders before the volley was sacked.

They'll conclude their festivities with a reception celebrating Scotland's Year of Young People, according to the city of Edinburgh.

  • Gwendolyn Kim