Meghan Markle revealed her bachelorette party has already been sorted as she chatted to well-wishers in Edinburgh Tuesday.
Markle, 36, insisted she wasn’t sure how she was going to be celebrating her final nights as a “Miss” but said that whatever happens, it’s bound to be fun.
Tom Martin, 30, who was visiting the Scottish city from London, told People: “We asked them what they were doing for their stag and hen dos.
“Meghan said, ‘I’m not sure — it’s sorted but it will be fun.'”
Prince Harry, 33, also said he’s unsure about what his brother William, 35, has been planning for his bachelor party. However, he did add: “I’m sure [he’s] got something up his sleeve.”
The couple looked as loved-up as ever as they continued to travel around the United Kingdom Tuesday, with them arriving at the Esplanade outside Edinburgh Castle around lunchtime. They were welcomed by the Royal Marines Scotland Band.
Harry and Meghan were also introduced to the mascot of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, a Shetland pony named Cruachan IV.
However, despite Harry being more than happy to pet the horse, the feeling was not reciprocated and Cruachan could be seen trying to bite the prince in a hilarious vid posted by Kensington Palace.