Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited the English county behind their royal titles on Wednesday.
The pair greeted an array of well-wishers in Sussex as they began their whistle-stop tour of the county; which the Duchess had yet to visit before this week.
Markle looked as stunning as ever for her latest royal engagement, with her donning a Hugo Boss leather skirt, And Other Stories black blouse and cream Armani blazer for the occasion.
The Duke and Duchess, who were given their royal titles on the morning of their wedding on May 19, had a jam-packed day, with the duo visiting Edes House in Chichester, where Markle was shown the Sussex copy of the American Declaration Of Independence.
They then headed to Bognor Regis to open the University of Chichester’s Engineering and Digital Technology Park.
Other stops on the visit included the Royal Pavilion, which was built for George, the Prince of Wales, who then became the Prince Regent in 1811, and the Survivors’ Network; which is a charity that supports survivors of sexual abuse.
Not ending the day’s activities there, Markle and her other half then visited the JOFF Youth Centre in Peacehaven, where they met an array of young people from youth groups around East Sussex.