The whole world seems chuffed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are finally going to tie the knot.
And the happy couple will soon see for themselves how made-up everyone is – the date of their first joint official engagement has been announced.
But surprisingly, Harry and Meghan will not be making their public debut in London.
The prince, 33, and his US actress fiancee, 36, are set to make their first joint appearance in Nottingham this Friday (1st December).
After a visit to the city’s National Justice Museum, the pair will meet fans on the street – and there are likely to be a LOT of them.
They’ve taken Harry to their hearts up there, as he’s visited regularly to observe the work of the Full Effect programme, which seeks to combat youth violence in the area.
And it sounds like the prince is equally excited to be able to show off his bride-to-be.
Kensington Palace wrote in a tweet: “Prince Harry is looking forward to introducing Ms Markle to a community that has become very special to him.”
Following their walkabout, the couple will mark World Aids Day with a visit to a Terrence Higgins Trust charity fair.
Harry’s mum Princess Diana did a lot of work for the charity, and was once quoted as saying: “HIV does not make people dangerous to know. You can shake their hands and give them a hug. Heaven knows they need it.”
The loved-up couple will complete their trip with a visit to the Nottingham Academy, where they’ll be updated on the work being done by Full Effect.
Harry and Suits star Meghan will tie the knot at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle in May – as yet, the exact date hasn’t been made public.
Now that the couple are engaged, Meghan is expected to move into Harry’s pad in the grounds of Kensington Palace while they prepare for their big day.
The name of that house? Nottingham Cottage.