It is one of only two contemporary handwritten ceremonial manuscript copies.
At one point Harry came down to shake the kids hands and their teachers' hand and things got a little awkward.
Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, respectively, held each other tight as they walked around and greeted locals in the area.
Meghan gathered numerous gifts and bouquets of flowers while Harry was spotted patting the head of a baby and hugging a girl who he met at the youth centre.
Image The Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they arrive at Edes House
Meghan reflected on the document being in Sussex, saying: "My goodness, wow, what are the chances?" Not only is she handling her new royal life with grace and charm, she's also (well, most likely) maintaining her very thorough health and fitness routine - you can tell by the impressive definition of her upper arms.
The royal was heard joking with wife Meghan Markle that they should visit during today's tour of the University of Chichester in Bognor Regis.
The royal duo looked charming and lovey as ever - Harry in a slate gray suit and Meghan in a blue-green leather Hugo Boss skirt ($595; hugoboss.com) falling below her knees, a forest green blouse from & Other Stories ($99; stories.com), and a pair of tan suede pumps. She had her hair tied up in her signature loose bun.
They also visited the Survivor's Network charity, which supports those who have suffered sexual abuse.
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