WATCH: Winter wonderland walkabout for Harry and Meghan in Bristol
Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex went on a winter wonderland walkabout in the heart of Bristol for a joint official engagement.
The royal couple greeted and met with members of the local community who braved the chilly weather to welcome them.
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Thank you to everyone who braved the snow to welcome The Duke and Duchess to Bristol ??
Next stop@BristolOldVic!#RoyalVisitBristol pic.twitter.com/4BOTH37AQK— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 1, 2019
In one of the videos a young fan enquired by Meghan where Harry is.
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Thereafter Harry and Meghan visited the Bristol Old Vic theatre, the oldest working theatre in the English speaking world which is under-going a multimillion-pound restoration.
The theatre’s Young Company performed a song from their production ‘Hercules’ for the pair.
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?? Watching @BristolOldVic’s Young Company performing a song from their production ‘Hercules’ — the Young Company consists of 350 young people aged 5-25 attend weekly drama sessions, and create three productions each year. #RoyalVisitBristol pic.twitter.com/iKVPlNJZZX— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 1, 2019
Their next stop was a visit to the charity, One25, which helps female workers in the sex industry.
The Duke and Duchess met volunteers and helped pack lunches and warm clothing which will be distributed to the women working on the streets. Meghan added a personal touch by writing some encouraging messages.
Harry and Meghan’s final visit of the day was to Empire Fighting Chance, a charity that aims to fight the impact of deprivation on young people’s lives through boxing.
The centre runs programmes that help to instil discipline, self-control, and respect while also building self-confidence and teaching valuable life-skills.
The @EmpireFightingC charity supports children who are failing at school and in danger of drifting into a life of unemployment or even crime, and helps them turn their lives around. #RoyalVisitBristol pic.twitter.com/9hPGnR2KFs— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 1, 2019