For their first joint royal engagement, the couple, who will Wednesday next May, visited the National Justice Museum before heading off to the Nottingham Contemporary to attend the Terrence Higgins Trust charity fair, in honour of World AIDS Day, which falls on December 1.
Betty Parker, 78, from Sneinton, Nottingham, said "We love him", and of Ms Markle "She's beautiful".
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In the central English city of Nottingham, Harry and Markle, both wearing long navy overcoats, greeted hundreds of smiling well-wishers waving British and USA flags, chatting and shaking hands with onlookers who braved freezing weather to welcome them. The couple was there to raise HIV/AIDS and youth crime awareness.
"We're so happy for them both", Mary Cooper, 60, said.
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Meghan Markle, fiancee of Britain's Prince Harry, arrives at the Nottingham Contemporary Centre.
Holly Burdett, who is originally from West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, but now lives in Sydney, Australia, flew back to the United Kingdom earlier this month on a "gamble" that the couple would announce their engagement.
The Queen has granted permission for the pair to Wednesday inside St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle but Meghan - a protestant who went to a catholic high school - will be both baptised and confirmed, before the big day to be ready for the religious ceremony.
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She was also keen to travel around Britain to get to know the country that will become her home as she intends to become a British citizen, the spokesman added.