The two greeted adoring fans lining the streets of Edinburgh, despite the rain. Kensington Palace said they planned to visit Edinburgh Castle, drop by a cafe that employs the homeless, and will end their day with a reception celebrating youth achievement at Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s Scottish palace.
Despite the warm welcome, Harry got a rather icy reception from Corporal Cruachan IV, a Shetland pony and mascot of the Royal Regiment of Scotland. The pony tried to take a bite out of Harry’s hand more than a few times.
“Hey!” the prince said at one point, narrowly avoiding a bite.
For the occasion, Markle wore a few pieces that were a subtle nod to Scotland. She paired a black bodysuit and wide-legged pants from Veronica Beard with a Burberry tartan coat that retails for $2,765.
The coat was the perfect statement for the occasion, as the tartan pattern is often associated with the Scottish. The coat is a part of Scottish designer Christopher Kane’s runway collection for the British design house, Burberry.
The two only have a few more months until their big day on May 19. Kensington Palace recently released more details about the royal wedding, which will start around 7 a.m. EST.
After exchanging vows, Prince Harry and the former American actress will hop into a carriage to ride around the town of Windsor around 8 a.m. EST. Mark your calendars and set your alarms now!