Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are on their pre-wedding tour of Britain, on Friday, the royal couple has made a surprise visit to Northern Ireland. Belfast residents were happy to see Harry and his soon-to-be-bride.
Prior to the wedding day on May 19, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle started their joint pre-wedding tour. On Friday, they visited Northern Ireland without preliminary announce, so people in Belfast were really surprised and delighted with such event.
In Belfast, the 36-year-old Meghan and her fiance visited the iconic Crown Liquor Saloon, a science park and Titanic Belfast museum. Prince and ex-actress waved to the ecstatic crowds after heading inside the major landmark where they met bar staff, local musicians and had the Irish stew lunch, including a tutorial on how to pull the perfect pint of Guinness.
During a visit to the Catalyst Inc science park, Meghan and Harry confirmed they are already planning their first child. Gesturing towards an innovative baby bath made by a Northern Irish firm Ms Markle quipped:
‘I am sure at one point we will need the whole thing.’
The Titanic Belfast museum’s curators were happy to see the royal couple, the first official joint one to Northern Ireland gave Harry and Meghan an opportunity to learn the history of the doomed Titanic. Being a visitors to the Titanic Belfast museum, the Royals were told the unsinkable ship’s story.
The royal couple looked at ease as always as they spoke to pupils and teachers about peace-building in Northern Ireland.
The bride-to-be praised the warmth of the Northern Irish people, commenting:
‘It’s been lovely. Everyone has been so warm and friendly.’