The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are visiting a new sculpture in Hamilton Square to mark the 100th anniversary of war poet Wilfred Owen's death.
It's part of a day of engagements in Birkenhead, which will include visits to local community projects.
The couple, who are expecting their first baby in the spring, were greeted by the crowds, several of whom had brought gifts for a new royal baby.
Meghan kept warm in a red wrap coat and matching stilettos.
Their visit was welcomed by Frank Field, Birkenhead's MP, who said he had invited the couple to his constituency and the planned day reflected the Sussex's interests and allowed them to get a real feel for the area's people.
The two faces of Britain are here in Birkenhead, they are walking through the Alice in Wonderland door and visiting the other part of Britain - and they wanted to.