Meghan and Harry arrive in Belfast for their first official visit to Northern Ireland
The soon to be married couple are on their pre-wedding tour of Uk.
The couple smiled and waved at stunned onlookers as they made their way inside the Eikon Exhibition Centre in Lisburn, surprising a huge crowd of unsuspecting children as they arrived inside the building.
They received a rapturous reception as they entered the huge performance arena, the former site of the Maze paramilitary prison, before watching some of the children deliver their ‘peace pledges’.
Later today, they will have lunch at the Crown Liquor Saloon, Belfast’s Victorian gin palace, followed by a walkabout outside the building and a tour of the city’s Titanic museum.
Harry and Meghan touched down in Northern Ireland for an unannounced visit that follows on from high profile trips to other parts of the UK.
They have been touring Britain ahead of their May wedding and the prince will introduce his fiancee to Ulster during a series of events.