Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out in Cardiff on Thursday for their third royal engagement. Braving the rain, the royal couple made their way to Cardiff Castle to see examples of how national sports charity Street Games is working.
As ever, all eyes were on Meghan's outfit – who looked stylish in a black Stella McCartney coat, heeled boots and – paying a nod to Wales – a pair of black skinny jeans from Welsh designer Hiut Denim. Her brunette, hair, meanwhile, was scraped back into a stylish chignon.
Harry and Meghan delighted crowds who had been waiting since the early hours of the morning to catch a glimpse of the couple, many greeting them with Welsh flags.Click through the gallery to see all the photos from their visit...
Meghan Markle was all smiles as she greeted crowds in Cardiff on Thursday. To accessorise her £1350 black Stella McCartney coat, the former actress added a touch of colour with a gorgeous £165 green tote bag by luxury handbag designer DeMellier - a nod to the Welsh flag.
Meghan Markle was given a Welsh flag as she greeted crowd members in Cardiff on Thursday. The royal bride-to-be looked at ease as she spoke to royal fans on her third engagement with Prince Harry.
Prince Harry looked smart dressed in a crisp white shirt, navy trousers and a blue jumper during his visit to Cardiff on Thursday. The 33-year-old wrapped up warm in a long navy coat as he stepped out to see the adoring crowds waiting to catch a glimse of the royal couple.
Prince Harry was pictured joking with members of the public as he spent time chatting to them outside Cardiff Castle in the centre of the capital on Thursday afternoon.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's trip to Cardiff were greeted with cheers and applause from well-wishers on Thursday afternoon. The royal couple's arrival had been slightly later than planned, as their Great Western Railway train service from London Paddington was delayed en route.
One enthusiastic royal fan kissed Meghan's hand as she greeted the crowds outside Cardiff castle on Thursday afternoon.
Meghan Markle delighted a royal fan during her visit to Cardiff - breaking royal protocol by doing so. The soon-to-be-royal signed an autograph for a young girl who had queued for hours outside Cardiff Castle to get a glimpse of the couple, while her fiancé Prince Harry stood by her side. Royals are typically expected to politely decline fans requests for an autograph, due to the risk of it being forged.
During the walkabout outside Cardiff castle on Thursday, Meghan enthusiastically high-fived members of the public, who were delighted to catch a glimpse of the royal-bride-to-be.
Signing an autograph wasn't the only royal protocol Meghan broke during the walkabout in Cardiff on Thursday. The former Suits star also posed for a selfie with another fan, despite saying she was "not allowed" to take photos with members of the public during a previous engagement.
When Harry and Meghan met Harry and Megan! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were delighted to recieve a wedding gift from two local schoolchildren - who shared their namesakes. Harry Smith and Megan Taylor were both from Marlborough Primary School.
During their visit to Cardiff, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were gifted with a unique wedding cake to celebrate their upcoming nuptials - made entirely from cheese. The unique cake was created for them by the Snowdonia Cheese Company, based in Rhyl, North Wales.
Simon Mercer, a director of the cheese company, said: "We made it for them. It's to celebrate their wedding and to offer our congratulations to them. We do get asked to make wedding cakes occasionally. We have been asked in the past to do it."
Meghan's carefully planned Cardiff outfit not only featured trousers from a Welsh designer and a green tote bag by luxury handbag designer DeMellier - a nod to the Welsh flag - but a top featuring the Prince of Wales check. The checked design by Theory paid tribute to Meghan's husband-to-be, whose full royal title is Prince Henry of Wales.