Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might as well be the Duke and Duchess of PDA – at least, as compared to other British royal couples. Since the two made their official public debut last fall in Toronto , royal watchers have been treated to many instances of hand-holding and even a winner’s kiss at polo. Despite periods of keeping displays at bay, the affectionate pair is back in action – and be still our beating hearts, because a new video just surfaced from their recent engagement at the WellChild Awards and it’s all kinds of sweet!
While chatting with one of the severely ill children before the ceremony, the 34-year-old royal reached behind his wife and gave her a comforting back rub, probably to ease the emotion of the conversation they were having. If body language says it all, this definitely shows just how infatuated they really are with each other.
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Ranging in age from four to 16, each child at the event received an award that night for showing determination and perseverance despite their individual illnesses or those of their family members. From political journalists to ballerinas, the WellChild award winners all had various accolades to be proud of – and now they can also add meeting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to their memory box!
Each time they step out, the dynamic duo shows not only their charisma with the crowds, but also their electric chemistry with one another. Before saying “I do” on May 19 at St. George’s Chapel, Harry, 33, and Meghan, 37, were known for arriving to walkabouts and royal engagements holding hands – a show of affection previously thought to be a faux-pas in the royal world. In their first-ever joint interview with the BBC, the endearing couple talked at length about working together as a team. Body language expert Judi James told Cosmopolitan that their “constant touch rituals allow the couple to communicate silently as well as re-boot in between crowd chats.” And clearly, royal fans are loving it!