Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been touring Brittain as part of the pre-wedding tour. They also paid a visit to Northern Ireland.
As reported by Daily Mail on March 23, 2018, they arrived unannounced and took a walk around the city center. The couple visited the Crown Liquor Saloon and a science park as well.
It was their first official trip to Northern Ireland, and they spent most of the morning at the Titanic Museum in Belfast, learning about the ship's history.
Markle also hinted to starting with a family as soon as they get married on May 19, 2018. The couple visited a company called Shnuggle, which manufactures innovative baby products.
The 33-year-old bride-to-be pointed to a baby bath and said: "I'm sure at one point we will need the whole thing." The owner said the royal pair looked very interested while examining the products.
She was interested in the BumGo baby bath with a non-slip surface. It allowed the baby to sit up, and the set also included a changing mat and a Moses basket.
The owner of the Crown said it was an enjoyable experience having the Royal couple in their town. Markle wore a cream-colored top with a teal shirt and high heels.
She wore her hair pinned up and completed the outfit with a tan handbag and long cream-colored coat. Prince Harry looked dashing in a blue jersey, dark grey suit, and white shirt.
They also stunned onlookers when the arrived unannounced at the Eikion Exhibition Center in Lisburn. A large crowd of children was ecstatic to meet the Prince and his fiance.
Prince Harry met with youngsters from the Amazing the Space initiative and praised their efforts. He added that religion has divided people but 'we're all the same underneath.'
Markle enjoyed the trip thoroughly and said the experience was lovely. "Everyone has been so warm and friendly," she added.