As a royal family aside, Ed Sheeran reportedly had his face cut by Princess Beatrice at a party a year ago after she mock-knighted James Blunt with a sword and Ed got in the way.
"I can vouch for that", Prince Harry said.
"I think it's great they do all this stuff for charity, that they are in power but they use their power for good", she said.
However, the pony's previous antics suggest he well and truly has it in for the Royal Family.
This week she was photographed wearing a cross-body purse, a first for someone in the royal family.
Harry and his bride-to-be started the visit with a walkabout, meeting well-wishers before heading inside the historic fortress to watch as the One O'clock Gun is fired, a tradition started in 1861 to mark time for ships in the Firth of Forth.
This was Meghan's first trip to Scotland.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding will not be a bank holiday.
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Her decision to wear American fashion brands, such as Everlane, is also a way Markle is stepping outside the traditional lines.
"Harry is our favourite, he seems more down to earth".
They met with a Shetland pony, who was also wearing a tartan coat. The beloved mascot was wearing a coat very similar to the one Meghan was wearing and even got a bit playful with Harry at one stage.
Afterwards, they visited a charity sandwich shop run by the social enterprise Social Bite, which provides employment and support for homeless people in Scotland.
'They were asking how long we'd been homeless for and how much Social Bite has helped change us and move us on'.
It was the couple's fourth official engagement together as Harry introduces Markle to various parts of Britain.
Finally, they attended a reception at Palace of Holyroodhouse, where they celebrated Scotland's Year of Young People 2018. It's all about celebrating and recognising the achievements of Scotland's younger community members and about providing them with new and exciting opportunities.