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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Had An Encounter With A Pony And The Animal Was Not A Fan Of One Of Them

Date February 19, 2018 12:01

They are well loved by millions of people all over the world but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not really get the royal treatment when they met a pony recently.

The former Suits actress and her fiance recently visited Scotland where they spent some time at the historic Edinburgh Castle.

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Before heading into the building, the soon-to-be-wed couple took some time to say hello to the crowd of people that had been gathering all day to meet them.

Among those who wanted a moment with the couple was the Royal Marines Scotland Band and its mascot, a Shetland pony named Cruachan. Meghan and Harry were attempting to stroke the adorable mare when she took a small nip at the prince.

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In the video below showing the super cute moment, Prince Harry can be seen yelping in shock and retreating when the pony tried to grab a piece of his hand, Meghan found the whole incident quite funny and it sure seemed like the royal did too.

Later on, the couple greeted and shook hands with more fans before finally heading into the castle. They also got to witness the firing of the One O'Clock Gun - a tradition that marked the time for ships in the area.

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After visiting the castle, the couple headed to a place called Social Bite. It's social enterprise cafe that donates free food and drinks to the homeless.

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Harry and Meghan announced their engagement in November last year and will be getting married on May 19, 2018. Since the engagement, Prince Harry has been taking his lady on a tour of what will soon be her new country.

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This was their fourth joint appearance as an engaged couple.

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Source: TODAY