Meghan Markle Finds a Piece of Her Old Life in Sussex

Meghan Markle Finds a Piece of Her Old Life in Sussex

The Duchess of Sussex steps visited her namesake county with this sleek design by her side.

The manuscript had been stored for more than 60 years in a strong-room among miles of documents in the West Sussex Record Office, until its significance was revealed by two Harvard University researchers last year.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited the English county behind their royal titles on Wednesday.

Meghan reflected on the document being in Sussex, saying: "My goodness, wow, what are the chances?"

Both were visibly delighted at meeting several younger children.

Afterwards Kara said: "When Meghan came over everyone rushed forward and I got pushed over".

"She took my hand and said "Are you OK?' I said 'yes" and she said: 'It's going to be OK'".

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Harry patted the head of a baby and Meghan greeted a blonde child eating an apple who was held up to the barriers.

Harry spoke of his love for his wife and how "very happy" he was.

Meghan Markle wore a Hugo Boss leather pencil skirt for her trip to Sussex.

The pair went on to greet more members of the public outside the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.

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.

Next on the agenda is the charity Survivors' Network, which supports survivors of sexual violence and abuse in Sussex.

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