The couple were greeted by the Lord Lieutenant of West Sussex, Susan Pyper, and mayor of Chichester Martyn Bell.
Meghan married Queen Elizabeth's grandson Harry in May this year, and on Wednesday the couple visited the so-called Sussex Declaration one of only two known handwritten parchment copies of America's formative text, at Edes House in Chichester. In Chichester they spent half an hour walking up and down West Street shaking hands and speaking to well-wishers.
Standing loud, proud and excited to meet Prince Harry and Meghan were young members of the Prebendal School, who chatted and shook hands with the couple when their turn arose. We've put together a video detailing Meghan's three favourite workouts, based on what she's said in pre-royal interviews. The best moment of the outing, though, came when one of the school teachers grabbed hold of Harry's hand, jokingly telling him, "I'm never letting go".
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Harry kept his cool in an understated pale grey suit which he dressed down by wearing his shirt open and opting not to wear a tie.
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Harry told the group it was "fantastic" they were sharing personal experiences in order to help others who may need support.
Harry and Meghan then visited the coastal town of Peacehaven, where they met youngsters at the JOFF Youth Centre.