The royal couple will also meet head-teachers at the Nottingham Academy after attending the fair which is going to be hosted by Terrence Higgins Trust Photograph:( AFP )
Prince Harry and his American "Suits" star fiance Meghan Markle will be visiting charity fair in Nottingham on World Aids Day, as the couple's first royal engagement.
The couple is due to marry in May 2018, at Windsor Castle. They announced their engagement on Monday.
The royal couple will also meet head-teachers at the Nottingham Academy after attending the fair which is going to be hosted by Terrence Higgins Trust.
Prince Harry has visited Nottingham many times for past four years for meeting up with youth workers and young people helped by the full effect project, a community group backed by the Prince's Royal Foundation.
The group works to stop youth violence and crime through a variety of projects from workshops, film production and sports programmes.
Restaurants and bars in Nottingham are expecting a boost in their business out of this visit, as hundreds of people are expected to visit the city for a glimpse of Harry and Meghan.