Date at the Pub! See Every Photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Tour of Northern Ireland
One of their stops was at one of Belfast’s most historic buildings, The Crown Liquor Saloon.
The couple sampled the local delicacies as they enjoyed Irish stew and Guinness over a private lunch in a romantic booth.
Harry ordered sausage and champ while his fiancée enjoyed the pub’s signature Irish stew.
They ordered half a pint of Guinness and half of the local Mourne Mountain Brewery gold ale to taste along with their soft drinks, after asking to sample the local beer.
The former gin palace is now owned by the National Trust, which cares for heritage buildings.
Inside the couple heard about the pub’s colorful history, met bar staff and local comedians and musicians.
And they learned how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness!
They also toured the Titanic Belfast museum, which tells the story of the ill-fated liner that sank on its maiden voyage between Southampton and New York on April 15, 1912, killing more than 1,500 people.
The White Star liner, the largest ship afloat at the time, was built at Harland & Wolff in Belfast.
Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, were given a guided tour of galleries showing how the ship was built and what it looked like. They went into a 3D interactive room and watched a film recreating each floor of the ship.
The couple, who were presented with a replica of Titanic and flowers by Leyton Jackson, 6, and his sister Rosie, 4, were shown around the museum by its chief executive Judith Owens.
Meghan and Harry greeted an excited group of well-wishers who gathered outside to catch a glimpse of the couple in the rainy weather.
Meghan waved to the crowd as she carried an umbrella.
Meghan and Harry – whose May 19 wedding invitations were revealed on Thursday — began their day celebrating a youth-led peace-building initiative called Amazing the Space.
Both Meghan, 36, and Harry, 33, are championing youth in their public work, and Amazing the Space encourages young people to become ambassadors for peace within their communities.
During the visit, they heard from students who shared their aspirations for a peaceful future and showcased the reconciliation work being done by young people across Northern Ireland.
Meghan looked stylish in a cream sweater by Victoria Beckham and a forest green skirt from Greta Constantine. She topped off the look with a coat by Mackage, red velvet Jimmy Choo pumps and Charlotte Elizabeth purse.
The couple were given an enthusiastic welcome by 2,000 student who had no idea that Harry and Meghan were joining them for the day.
When the couple were announced to the kids inside the Eikon Exhibition Centre, they cheered and clapped.
The couple chatted with students involved in the program, with Harry telling them: “The previous generations have caused such problems, but with your help it can never happen again. You’re trying to educate the older generation which is just amazing. Well done. Clean the slates guys, you got this!”
“Over the years religion has divided us but we’re all the same underneath," Harry said. "The most important thing is that the door is open and you just keep pushing at it. Ten, fifteen, years ago you would have been up against the tide, but you’re going with it now. Keep it up!”
Friday's trip completes the list of four nations that make up the United Kingdom.