Harry and Meghan greet well-wishers in the snow during Bristol visit

Crowds gathered for Kate and William's visit to VA Dundee

DC Thomson Crowds gathered for Kate and William's visit to VA Dundee

Meghan Markle was looking stunning in a £1,500 Oscar de la Renta dress today, as she joined her husband Prince Harry in Bristol.

The Duchess of Sussex also attended City, University of London, on Thursday to meet students and academics from the Association of Commonwealth Universities, one of her four royal patronages.

Kensington Palace also shared a video of Meghan in the One25 kitchen declaring, "I am in charge of banana messaging", while writing down messages such as "You are special", and "You are fearless", on the outside of the bananas.

She said: "It is fantastic that they chose to come here".

Talking about her own past Sam, who was originally from the north of England, said: "I was groomed into prostitution from 14 or 15".

Pregnant Meghan, 37, wrapped up warm against the freezing temperatures in an elegant black coat from William Vintage, a favourite store of close friend Amal Clooney.

"It sounds really cheesy but it is that feeling that somebody actually cares". Because I would do the same. "Our train was a little bit delayed but we tried our best to get here fast".

The duke said after being taught the local dialect for Bristolians: "You never know there might be even more Bristolians - or Brizzles - who hear about you and set up their own movements around the city". After shaking Meghan's hand, the child told the royal, "Your hand is cold".

"Their Royal Highnesses will also visit Empire Fighting Chance, which aims to fight the impact of deprivation on young people's lives through boxing".

"They helped me move on, and now I am trying to do the same for other women".

It is the theatre that first announced this morning they are still expecting the Duke and Duchess to visit despite the heavy snow.

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