Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Brave the Snow
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex greeted fans in Bristol under some falling snowflakes.
The royal couple were meeting children from the Abbeywood pre-school in the city as snow flurries came down on them.
They thanked their youngest fans for coming out in the cold.
Bristol, which is home to famous musicians like Massive Attack, Portishead, and allegedly the enigmatic street artist Banksy, became the center of the royal world Friday as the couple visited many programs in the city.
The Duke and Duchess attended the Future Quest workshop which uses theater as a way to develop speaking and listening skills and increase self-confidence.
The couple continued their busy day in Bristol where they also visited the One 25 Charity, which helps women break free from sex work and addiction.
While at the charity, Markle wrote positive messages on banana peels, which is a common practice within the organization.
The bananas with the messages are then packed in lunches and given to the women.
The couple also put up their dukes as they visited Empire Fighting C, which is a program that aims to fight the impact of deprivation in the city’s youth via boxing. They didn't throw any punches but did pose with the young fighters.
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