Prince Harry 'tells off' three-year-old boy for touching Meghan Markle's hair and it's adorable
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are the couple of 2018. The pair married in a ceremony held at St. George's Chapel in Windsor, and every detail - from Meghan's gown, Givenchy by way of Clare Waight Keller, to her meaningful accoutrements - the late Princess Diana's aquamarine ring being her "something blue" - was beautiful.
Since then, the newly appointed Duchess of Sussex has been occupied with "Duchess training" (yes, really), and accompanying her new BFF, the Queen, to official royal engagements. Just this week, Meghan and Prince Harry travelled to Northern Ireland to meet some of the country's highest-ranking politicians, however, the most important interaction they had during their visit was with Walter Cullen - an adorable three-year-old, who was just smitten with Meghan Markle.
A toddler, who was obviously rather fond of the newest royal couple, just had the best interaction with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. In the photos from their visit to Croke Park, Dublin, the boy was seen fiddling with Meghan's hair and attempting to tap her shoulder to get her attention. Prince Harry immediately caught Walter in the act, and his reaction was everything.
Judging by Walter's facial expression, it would seem that the Duke of Sussex gave him a little telling off for messing with his wife's hair. I mean, you can't just touch the Duchess's hair whenever you please - even if you are the cutest 3-year-old.
Meghan has just been on a spree of royal engagements, and she's doing so well at them that she's even adopted what seems like a British accent. Talk about doing your homework, eh?
In a video taken of Meghan meeting members of the public ahead of an engagement with the Queen on the 14th of June, the 36-year-old can be heard graciously greeting fans - but viewers quickly noticed that something was, er, a little off...
Sure, she's still got a Californian twang about her, but certain words do appear to be spoken in the Queen's English. This is an entirely common phenomenon, however: it's easy for accents to rub off when you're surrounded by people who all speak a particular way.
Either way, Meghan's been nailing her royal duties. She's already accompanied the Queen on a solo outing back in June, and she even travelled on the royal train - something that is unprecedented for such a new member of Kensington Palace.
Well, it certainly seems as if Meghan Markle is settling into royal life just fine, and we can't wait to see what she does next. While she won't be starring in the eighth season of Suits, we're sure that her next move will wholly make up for the absence of Rachel Zane in the legal drama.