Summer holidays in Scotland are a royal tradition.
The royal family often spend their time fishing and shooting at Balmoral.
Meghan and Harry are known as the Earl and Countess of Dumbarton in Scotland.
This holiday retreat comes as Meghan took a step back from the public eye following an outburst from her father, Thomas Markle.
Speaking to the media, Mr Markle has given a series of interviews telling of his anger at Meghan for “cutting him off”.
This isn’t the first time Meghan’s father has hit headlines, as it emerged photos of him preparing for her wedding to Prince Harry were staged to be sold.
Meghan has been on her summer holiday with husband Prince Harry
Where are Meghan and Harry appearing tomorrow?
Travelling from Scotland to London, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to attend a performance of the hit musical Hamilton.
Hamilton is performed at the Victoria Palace Theatre, and the Royals will meet cast and crew during their visit.
The performance tomorrow, August 29, is a special gala performance for Sentebale.
Sentebale is a charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso, that supports the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana.
Sentebale was set up in 2006, and according to their website they aim to: “Ensure children’s basic needs are met including food, shelter, education, healthcare and love.
“Provide specialist care such as psychosocial support and aid for those with disabilities.
“Deliver life skills and vocational training to enable children to return to their community and support themselves through life.”
The charity shows Prince Harry is following in his mother’s footsteps.
Princess Diana opened the UK’s first purpose-built HIV/Aids unit in April 1987 at London Middlesex Hospital.
Diana also set out to change attitudes to those suffering from the illness, which at the time was little understood.
She shook hands with a man suffering from the illness without wearing gloves, showing compassion and understanding in the face of ignorance towards the disease.