Meghan Markle Wears Over-the-Knee Black Boots for First Official Outing Post-Engagement

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry looked very much in synch as they stepped out for their first public appearance as an engaged couple today.

Appearing at a Terrence Higgins Trust World AIDS Day Charity Fair in Nottingham Contemporary, United Kingdom, the couple held hands as they braved the crowds. Both sported navy overcoats. While the prince opted for a dark suit, Markle chose a black turtleneck and a long tan skirt, which she paired with Kurt Geiger boots.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hold hands.
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Markle and Prince Harry took selfies with the crowds of fans eagerly awaiting their appearance. She also accepted a bouquet of flowers in celebration of the couple’s new engagement.

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Meghan Markle accepts a bouquet of flowers from a member of the crowd.
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Once arrived at the charity fair, the pair were taken on a tour of the facilities. They also visited Nottingham Academy, where they met head teachers and pupils of the school.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are taken on a tour of the charity trust.
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Markle’s footwear choice was a pair of black over-the-knee suede Kurt Geiger boots. They feature a trendy cone-shaped heel and offer padding in the sock for comfort throughout long appearances with lots of standing.

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Kurt Geiger Violet
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