Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Make Their First Official Visit to Scotland

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Fans of the Royal Family may book their flight tickets now, as further details regarding the wedding of Prince Harry and Hollywood actress Meghan Markle have finally been unveiled. Prince Harry and Meghan spoke to the co-owners of the café and toured its facilities, and Meghan noted that it seemed like a fun place to work when chatting with some of the kitchen workers.

"I can vouch for that", Prince Harry said. He also said he'd be down to play for Harry and Megan at KIIS-FM's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball, saying he'd give a performance "if [he] was free".

Meghan opted for pants for this visit, wearing a pair of Veronica Beard slacks to keep her warm.

The couple's next joint trip has not been announced by Kensington Palace but a day in Northern Ireland is tipped. The couple married at the same chapel as Harry and Meghan will, and similarly paraded through the streets afterwards.

This difference is mainly due to location.

They're ditching the traditional wedding cake.

. British wedding cakes normally have a top tier of fruitcake-the idea being that it can be saved and served at the christening of the couple's first child without spoiling.

The Palace also confirmed that an after-party that will happen in the night of the wedding. "Yeah, why not?" he told reporters at Buckingham Palace after getting his OBE from Prince Charles.

Despite the cold and wet weather, many people gathered well in advance to welcome the royal couple, who are due to marry in May. TBD on whether or not they replace it with another grand show instead.

The former U.S. actress is due to marry Prince Harry on May 19 in St George's Chapel, in Windsor Castle, and the Los Angeles native has admitted she has already picked up a British conversation topic during her visit to Edinburgh yesterday. From what kind of cake they're having to why the wedding is so soon.

"They are active in the community and they are not sitting up in a castle somewhere barking orders at people so I think this is a good generation for the royals", said Richard Aylward, a 46-year-old Australian visiting family in Scotland.