Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently went on their first official visit to Edinburgh. While there, they met a massive group of people waiting for them outside of the Edinburgh Castle.

While inside the Edinburgh Castle, the couple observed the firing of the One O’clock Gun, a tradition from 1861 that helps mark the time for the ships in the Firth of Forth.

Markle and Prince Harry also visited Social Bite, a café located at the heart of Edinburgh. The couple had the chance to talk to the café staff about how their work at Social Bite has helped them overcome homelessness.

The royal couple also had the chance to meet guests present at Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018 at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The Year of Young People is an initiative that celebrates the achievements of young individuals.

But on top of these official visits, there are several other highlights from Markle and Prince Harry’s first trip to Scotland.

1. Prince Harry almost gets bitten by Shetland Pony Cruachan

Prince Harry and Markle were greeted by the Royal Marines Band, as well as the mascot of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, Cruachan. While Prince Harry was talking to the pony’s handler, Cruachan almost bit Prince Harry, and everyone had a good laugh.

2. Teen asks Meghan Markle about Ed Sheeran

Earlier this week, rumors swirled that Ed Sheeran will be performing at Prince Harry and Markle’s wedding. So Grieve Rae, 17, asked the couple if the reports are true.

3. Meghan Markle and Alice Thompson’s connection

Alice Thompson, the co-founder of Social Bite, was so moved by Markle’s U.N. speech from years ago. Markle was equally touched, and the former actress’ eyes welled up a little bit, according to People.

4. Prince Harry talks about trains with young fan

Oliver Clews, 9, had the chance to talk to Prince Harry about his favorite train. “He shook my hand and it was amazing and exciting and it made my holiday,” he told BBC.

5. Meghan Markle will have a bachelorette party

Markle’s bachelorette has already been “sorted out,” and “it will be fun.”