But, a mere four days into her engagement, Meghan Markle is already learning to do things the Windsor way.
Friday is World AIDS Day. "The Queen has always put duty first and Prince Charles and Prince William have learnt from her".
Betty Parker, 78, from Sneinton, Nottingham, said "We love him", and of Ms Markle "She's beautiful". Harry and his new fiancée, 36, smiled happily as they spoke with members of the public during their various engagements in the city; they made their appearance in conjunction with World Aids Day, and are attending a charity fair, which is being hosted by the Terrance Higgins trust.
Harry has become a prominent campaigner on the issue, following in the footsteps of Diana who opened Britain's first HIV/AIDS unit in London in 1987 and famously shook hands with and kissed an AIDS patient during a hospital visit. The adorable duo greeted a cheering crowd outside the National Justice Museum in Nottingham.
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Anthony Devlin via Getty Images Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Dec. 1.
Markle, a longtime actress in America, had been starring on the U.S. drama "Suits" when she began dating Harry, but confirmed after the engagement announcement that she is giving up her acting career.
The couple, who got engaged earlier this month at the cottage they share in the grounds of Kensington Palace in central London, are to be married next May in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, the family home of British kings and queens for nearly 1,000 years.
Nikita Sahni, 17, who turned up with friends from Nottingham Girls' High School, said of the engagement: "She'll be good for the royal family, modernising it and making it more accessible".