One fan got straight to the point with the cinnamon prince, when he, reportedly also a redhead, asked Harry, "How does it feel being a ginger-with Meghan?".
"It is such an honour to see the royals", Ms Nurzhubalina said.
"They (the crowds) are standing out there, they're cold, they've been waiting a long time, and the feeling is if they have waited for us, then we can spend as much time as possible with them".
The mum continues to say Harry and Meghan's decision create a dilemma for William and Kate, who will both want to enjoy the special the day but will either be anxious about their newborn.
The two later visited an AIDS Day charity fair at a museum before being driven to a school taking part in a programme to combat youth violence where they attended a kickboxing class.
Just before the couple entered the Nottingham Contemporary gallery for the fair, Harry recognized local royal superfan, 81-year-old Irene Hardman, who has met the Prince several times on previous visits to the city.
Per People, a spokesperson at Kensington Palace on Tuesday said that Harry was "looking forward to introducing Ms. Markle to a community that has become very special to him". Harry established Full Effect through The Royal Foundation in 2014.
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Social Democratic Party (SPD) leader Martin Schulz speaks during an SPD party convention in Berlin, Germany , November 7, 2017. The Social Democrats' leadership insisted the party would go into opposition after a disastrous election result in September.
"I'm also a fan of Suits, so it is a chance to see a star of that too".
It will be the first of many such engagements that Markle will undertake: On Friday she carried out her duties with enthusiasm, gripping the hands of cheering crowds as they lined the short route.
Dominic Edwards, from the Terrence Higgins Trust, told the BBC the charity was "thrilled" the couple had chosen to visit Nottingham, and said: "I think it really underlines his great support for HIV as a cause".
But her efforts paid off, as she managed to stick a microphone in front of the soon-to-be royal to send her many congratulations from all of those on the ITV daytime show.
"This is the country that's going to be her home now and that means travelling around, getting to know the towns and cities and smaller communities", he said.
One commented on the thread: 'Of all the pregnant women at all the weddings in all the world, I'm pretty sure she has very little to worry about.
Markle had declared in a TV interview on Monday that she was keen to get her "boots on the ground" in Britain - and she got her wish on Friday, emerging from a limousine with Harry for their first official royal event together.