Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to carry out their first official public outing as an engaged couple on Friday (01.12.17).
The 33-year-old royal and his 36-year-old fiancée publicly confirmed they had taken their romance to the next step earlier this week and will be tying the knot at Windsor Castle next year.
And just days after they announced they are soon-to-be husband and wife they will be carrying out their first joint engagement together as they visit Nottingham World Aids Day charity, where they will meet with the teams working with organisations that support people battling with the disease.
As part of their visit the pair will attend the fair, which will be hosted by Terrence Higgins, before making their way to a nearby school where they will meet with the head teachers of the institution, BBC News has reported.
But Harry is no stranger to England's Midlands region as he has visited the area for a number of royal engagements over the years, before he set up the Full Effect programme, which is an initiative that aims to prevent violence in the city.
Harry and the former 'Suits' actress will go on to watch a "hip hopera" at Nottingham Academy, where they will continue to meet with students.
And the red head - who has been dating Meghan for over one year - is "looking forward" to introducing his lover to a community who are "very special" to him.
A tweet posted on Kensington Palace's Twitter account, previously read: "Prince Harry is looking forward to introducing Ms. Markle to a community that has become very special to him.
"They will visit a Terrence Higgins Trust #worldAIDSday chairty fair where they will meet representatives of organisations supporting people living with HIV/AIDs (sic)."
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