Harry and Meghan will first be seen in Sussex at 10.45am as they visit Chichester in West Sussex to greet members of the public.
The walkabout will take place at Pavilion Buildings before the Duke and Duchess make their way to the Royal Pavilion.
After being greeted by The couple were greeted by the Lord Lieutenant of West Sussex, Susan Pyper, and mayor of Chichester Martyn Bell, the two met with citizens of all ages, including groups of schoolchildren, and Harry even almost came nose to nose with a dog.
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She sported a cream-colored Armani coat and matching cream heels, a black button-down Hugo Boss blouse, and an & Other Stories leather skirt. As for Harry, he wore a gray suit and a wide grin, high-fiving school children who had been waiting to meet the couple.
During the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's visit to their namesake dukedom 50 miles south of London, they greeted fans in the streets and among them was a schoolteacher named Charlotte Sleep and her students from Westbourne House School. As Sleep reached out to shake his hand she told the Duke, "I'm not letting go".
Following the viewing of the rare historic document, the couple will travel along the coast to Bognor Regis where they will officially open the University of Chichester's Engineering and Digital Technology Park.
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According to People, the Sussex pair then continued their trip and headed to the East Sussex to where they visited the seaside city of Brighton and Hove and the Royal Pavilion built by George VI in the mid-1780's.
They will also visit a charity for survivors of sexual abuse before discussing mental health and emotional wellbeing with youth groups.
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