Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Are the Cutest Parents-to-Be in Bristol

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dropped by for an unexpected visit at the One25 charity foundation in Bristol on Friday.

It's believed the Duchess stepped out in the same heels she wore during her and Prince Harry's official engagement photocall in November 2017. Snow flurries fell as the parents-to-be, who are expecting their first child this spring, arrived for a day trip to meet with locals and experience some of the city's culture.

Meghan carried her gloves and even apologised to one person saying that her hands were cold.

She and Harry started their visit to Bristol by touring the Old Vic theater, the "oldest continuously-working theatre in the English-speaking world", according to its website.

For her latest hairdo, the Duchess of Sussex gave the ultimate cool-girl hairstyle, the top knot, a royal makeover.

She paired the dress with £531 Sarah Flint "Marina" Boots, a bespoke green suede clutch, £200, and Ralph Lauren and Herkimer Diamond Studs from go-to jeweller Pippa Small, which cost £495.

Harry, wrapped up warm in a grey coat, also joined his wife to briefly greet crowds before they both headed inside the city's Old Vic theatre.

Yet despite the unsafe conditions, which forced the Met Office to issue an amber warning for the area last night, Meghan and Harry chose to go ahead with their visit. In addition, they watched a group of young performers take part in a workshop. They then travelled to Empire Fighting Chance, which is a charity that uses boxing to support children struggling at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or crime.

Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, visited London's National Theatre as the venue's new royal patron on Wednesday, watching a line-run of a Shakespeare play and meeting aspiring performers.

  • Marlene Weaver