Meghan Markle's Bachelorette Party Is Going To Have Some Very Strict Rules

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Meghan Markle's Bachelorette Party Is Going To Have Some Very Strict Rules

Meghan and Prince Harry spent about 25 minutes greeting members of the public outside Edinburgh Castle before they paid a visit to the Social Bite centre, a Scottish charity for the homeless.

The Prince and Meghan Markle stepped out in Edinburgh for their first Royal visit to the country north of England at lunchtime.

Second Year Religious Studies student, Kirsty Munro, who was in the crowd during the visit, spoke to The Student: "It was a great atmosphere".

Their first destination was Edinburgh Castle, where Scottish royal fans gathered to await their arrival.

Look. She wore the same coat as the horse, OK?

Earlier a palace insider revealed Meghan is being taught British terminology as part of a a "crash course" before her wedding to Harry.

The topic of the weather was also brought up by the future royal when she arrived with Harry for their first official joint visit to Scotland.

It's not a stretch to believe the "Tiny Dancer" singer secured an invite as he was good friends with the prince's late mother, Princess Diana. "Meghan said, 'I'm not sure - it's sorted but it will be fun'".

She wore an incredible tartan coat by Burberry, paying tribute to Scotland. "And we hope to, over time, try and have as much impact for the things that we care about as much as possible". We didn't know they were going to be here - my daughter's got some history homework on Edinburgh Castle, that's why we're here - but we made a decision to stay for the visit.

Prince Harry and Markle got engaged in November after more than a year of dating. Strathberry is an Edinburgh based luxury label, founded in 2013 and last time Ms Markle sported one of their handbags it sold out in hours.

Afterwards they went to Social Bite, a cafe which makes over 100,000 meals for the homeless in Scotland each year, and employs those who used to be homeless themselves.

The singer has already previously teased the possibility of performing for the royal couple. Kensington Palace just announced that the couple will be undertaking a carriage procession from St. George's Chapel through Windsor Town at 1 p.m. (8 a.m. EST) before returning to Windsor Castle.

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