Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made their first official appearance together, just a few days after the couple announced their engagement and plans to marry next May.
The prince and his fiancée are attending two separate engagements in Nottingham to raise awareness of both HIV/AIDS and youth crime, Kensington Palace shared in a statement prior to the visit.
The palace added that the prince was looking forward to introducing his future wife to a community that has "become very special to him".
The newly-engaged pair will make their first appearance at the Nottingham Contemporary art centre which is hosting a Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day charity fair. There they will meet with representatives from charities who each support local communities in the city and carry out work to tackle HIV/AIDS.
Later in the day, Harry and Meghan will travel to Nottingham Academy where they will meet staff from the Full Effect programme that supports children and young people from becoming involved in youth violence and crime through mentorship and training. The children are expected to put on a performance for the couple before they leave.
之后，哈里和梅根将前往诺丁汉学院，会见 “全面影响Full Effect”项目的工作人员，该计划旨在通过指导和培训来帮助儿童和青少年远离暴力和犯罪活动，最后他们将在观看儿童的演出后离开。
The visit to Nottingham comes just three days after the Palace confirmed that Harry and Meghan will marry at St George’s Chapel in Windsor in May 2018.
Jason Knauf, the prince’s spokesperson, said the couple were "leading the planning process for all aspects of the wedding".
He added: "This wedding, like all weddings, will be a moment of fun and joy that will reflect the characters of the bride and groom."
The exact date for the big day will be announced "in due course".