Harry and Meghan delight children on royal couple's first visit to Sussex

Harry and Meghan delight children on royal couple's first visit to Sussex

Harry and Meghan delight children on royal couple's first visit to Sussex

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex made an official visit to Sussex today as they visited the Joff Youth Centre in Peacehaven, Sussex on October 3, 2018, in Peacehaven, United Kingdom.

Harry and Meghan's first stop was Edes House, where they observed the rare Sussex copy of the American Declaration of Independence.

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It is one of only two contemporary handwritten ceremonial manuscript copies.

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. "I think that's fantastic", he teased.

Meghan Markle might be the most impressive (and most watched!) woman out there right now.

Next on the agenda is the charity Survivors' Network, which supports survivors of sexual violence and abuse in Sussex.

The organisation presented dog lover Meghan with a pencil drawing of her dog by local artist Henry James Garrett, who works under the moniker Drawings Of Dogs.

But the duke then suggested the drawing may indeed depict their beagle Guy.

The couple were also given pins, created by the same artist, which say "You have a superpower and it's called empathy". "Me: 'Will you tell your Mum I love her?' Meghan: little gasp!" Wow this is really special.

Among them were 13 children from Westbourne House School who had...

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