Wrapped up against the cold in a William Vintage coat, Oscar de la Renta dress and Sarah Flint boots, the duchess and her husband shook hands and asked royal fans where they were from.
Meghan Markle appeared to suffer from a wardrobe mishap during her visit to Bristol on Friday, prompting her assistant to rush to her aid.
"Harry and Meghan found it so amusing that the children beckoned them over like "We're excited to see you", and as soon as they came over they were interested in their biscuits".
"We're not now pursuing asking Meghan Markle to leave her position with the royal family and join us", Korsh was quoted as saying by website Entertainment Tonight.
She's giving birth in a matter of months but that hasn't stopped the Duchess of Sussex from carrying out her royal duties. In addition, they watched a group of young performers take part in a workshop.
Footage from Bristol showed the road Meghan and Harry walked down being gritted for safety before they arrived.
Polar vortex hits North America
About 1,300 of Wednesday's canceled flights in Chicago were at O'Hare International Airport, one of the nation's busiest airports. The bitter cold is the result of a split in the polar vortex that allowed temperatures to plunge much further south than normal.
Kensington Palace say the couple will "meet members of the public" and get to know the city's history throughout their visit today.
It was confirmed earlier in the morning Harry and Meghan's visit would go ahead despite the snow.
The Duchess of Sussex has written personal messages of love and empowerment for street sex workers in Bristol to find in food parcels when they access night outreach support.
Meghan and Harry also visited a boxing studio, Empire Fighting Chance, that uses boxing to reach young people in need.
She held a green clutch to match, keeping her long raven locks by her shoulders in pretty waves - a change from yesterday's knot bun for a visit to the University of London for a meeting with the Association for Commonwealth Universities.