Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have conducted their first-ever official public engagement in Nottingham.
The couple, due to be married in May next year, greeted crowds at the Lace market before going to the World Aids Day charity fair run by the Terrence Higgins Trust.
They walked separately near barriers on either side of their route, as onlookers handed the soon-to-be royal couple flowers, cards and chocolates and cards, the BBC reported.
Their walk lasted for around half an hour and reports claimed the couple did not come across as nervous.
After the event they are due to go to meet headteachers at a school nearby.
Take a look at photos from their visit to the charity event in the gallery above