Little girl plays with Kate Middleton's hair during royal visit


It was confirmed earlier in the morning Harry and Meghan's visit would go ahead despite the snow.

Thereafter the couple visited the Crescent Community Centre where they met employees and their families from the Dundee Michelin factory.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were all smiles as they arrived in Bristol, despite the freezing weather conditions.

Both Meghan and Prince Harry stopped to meet well wisher and speak to small children as they visited the Old Vic, with Meghan taking off her green glove to shake hands with them.

"She asked whether [my daughter] was sleeping through the night, and she told me that Louis is starting to wave", Rhian Davis told People magazine about a conversation she has with the Duchess of Cambridge. But, Meghan almost suffered a bit of a mishap in the wet weather, when the hem of her coat came very close to soaking in a puddle behind her - but luckily her assistant private secretary Amy Pickerill was on-hand to save her! "It is heartwarming, and makes you think that these women are not forgotten and not cared about".

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The couple expressed their hope that One25's services could also be modelled across the country.

Kate, wearing an Alexander McQueen coat in a Black Watch tartan, said: 'I have been amazed by the breathtaking architecture and the sheer range of design on display'.

"I saw this project this woman had started somewhere in the States on a school lunch program", said Meghan, per The Telegraph.

The Duchess of Sussex ended up staying an additional fifteen minutes to ensure that she could chat with everyone who'd shown up to meet with her and then did a quick walkabout on her way out of the University before leaving.

The toy was made by a volunteer from Pause - a service run by the charity which helps women who have had two or more children removed from their care.