The "Meet Meghan Markle" tour headed north to Scotland Tuesday, taking the royal-to-be and Prince Harry to Edinburgh Castle for a walkabout.

Meghan topped her black top and wide trousers with a black, blue and green plaid double-breasted Burberry overcoat, in the same black tartan pattern sported by Cruachan IV, a Shetland pony from the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

A prince and a pony? Meghan is living the dream.
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She carried a matching green East/West cross-body bag from accessory maker Strathberry, which is based in Edinburgh.

A closer look at Meghan's Strathberry cross-body bag with its signature bar closure.
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Later, Londoner Tom Martin said he’d gotten a chance to ask the couple about the plans for their bachelor and bachelorette parties (or hen and stag nights, as they're called in Britain). He told People that Meghan and Harry both told him that arrangements were already underway but they haven't been informed what kind of night they're in for.

“Meghan said, ‘I’m not sure — it’s sorted but it will be fun,’ “ Martin reported, adding that Harry said he was also being kept in the dark. 

Monday's trip was the fourth stop on Meghan's pre-wedding tour of Britain since their November engagement, which has also included stops in Nottingham, Brixton and Cardiff, Wales.

Prince Harry works the crowd.
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It's all leading up to the couple's May 19th wedding at St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Meghan Markle mixes with her Scottish admirers.
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