Queen Elizabeth's grandson, fifth-in-line to the throne, and Markle, star of the U.S. TV legal drama "Suits", announced their engagement previous year and will be married on May 19 at Windsor Castle.
"We are especially thrilled that Meghan is carrying Strathberry in our home city and also after she chose to carry her Strathberry Midi Tote for her first royal engagement back in December".
And this isn't too far of a stretch to be considered legitimately true, as it turns out Sheeran has quite a bit of history with the royal family, and, in particular, the groom-to-be.
They were treated to the firing of One o'Clock Gun as temperatures in the picturesque town plummeted.
Meanwhile, ahead of her wedding at Windsor Castle on 19 May, designer Erdemis favoured to design her wedding dress with Ladbrokes offering 2/1 odds that he would be chosen over other contenders Roland Mouret, and Jenny Packham. But on a trip to Scotland, Markle ditched her now signature messy bun and twinned with the Duchess of Cambridge-and a small horse with a bad reputation.
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Her decision to wear American fashion brands, such as Everlane, is also a way Markle is stepping outside the traditional lines. It will be hosted by Harry's father, Prince Charles.
They met with a Shetland pony, who was also wearing a tartan coat.
Social Bite is a social enterprise that donates over 100,000 food and hot beverage items to homeless people in Scotland each year.
It was the couple's fourth official engagement together as Harry introduces Markle to various parts of Britain.
Harry and Meghan then visited Social Bite, a café and social business that tackles homelessness - a cause close to Harry's heart.
The couple rounded off their visit at the Palace of Holyroodhouse - the Queen's official residence in Scotland - where they attended a reception to celebrate youth achievements, marking Scotland's Year of Young People 2018. They have previously appeared in Nottingham, London and Cardiff in Wales.