A small group of youngsters from Westbourne House School handed the duke and duchess an adorable handmade A to Z of Sussex guidebook, the ideal gift for their first visit to the county!
Harry and Meghan's first stop was Edes House, where they observed the rare Sussex copy of the American Declaration of Independence. She sported a cream-colored Armani coat and matching cream heels, a black button-down Hugo Boss blouse, and an & Other Stories leather skirt.
While in Chichester and Brighton, the pair will also spend time meeting the crowds gathered to greet them.
Measuring 24 by 30 inches (60 by 76 cm), the Sussex Declaration is thought to date to the 1780s and most likely was written in NY or Philadelphia, and while other copies and printed versions of the Declaration exist, the only other ceremonial parchment is the Matlack Declaration, which dates from 1776 and is kept at the National Archives in Washington.
Thousands of well-wishers lined the streets of Chichester at 10.45am today to welcome the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
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Nine-year-old Tilly Palmer told reporters about her exchange with the duchess.
According to People, the duchess greeted several of the children and asked them their names, and when she was given the A-Z guide, she said, "Oh my goodness, thank you". Their teacher, Mrs. Sleep, was just as excited, joking "I'm not letting go", as she shook the prince's hand.
Harry and Meghan will head to the south coast on Wednesday on a whistle-stop tour of Sussex.
Then they will arrive in Bognor Regis to officially open the University of Chichester's Engineering and Digital Technology Park.