Meghan Markle and Prince Harry just had the most cringey PDA moment

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry just had the most cringey PDA moment

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are perhaps the "it" couple of our generation. The erstwhile actress wed Britain's most eligible bachelor back in May, in a beautiful ceremony held at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. Meghan wore a Givenchy gown, by way of Clare Waight Keller, and everything from her symbolic accoutrements to that kiss had us transfixed.

And now, five months into marital bliss, Meghan and Harry are still giving us all sorts of #CoupleGoals feels. Well, that is until they had the most awkward PDA moment during their recent appearance in Sussex.

At their most recent royal engagement, Meghan and Harry were all sorts of touchy-feely with each other, and it was adorable... until it wasn't.

While the couple were shaking the hands of a group of children, the Duchess of Sussex tried to put her hand on her husband's back multiple times while he kept moving around. Royal reporter for the Daily Mail, Rebecca English, caught the entire exchange on camera, and while she described it as "affectionate", we think it's more awkward than anything.

Basically, Meghan's hand hovered on Harry's back, then she took it away, put it back, took it away, and repeat ad infinitum...

Just take a look for yourself:

But rest assured, there are many other perfectly adorable moments from the outing too. Such as Harry's super efficient high fives.

And this one girl who got a little too excited before meeting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex...

Although Meghan hasn't quite mastered the art of the back rub, she's certainly been nailing her royal duties. While she would previously be accompanied to royal appearances by a seasoned member of Kensington Palace, Meghan has been doing so well at her duchess "training" that she's been deemed fit to strike out on her own.

She kicked off a string of solo engagements by hosting an event at Kensington Palace to celebrate the launch of the cookbook, Together, which was created by a group of women who were affected by the Grenfell tragedy, in an effort to unite their community.

"To the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen, thank you so much for allowing me to be part of this adventure with you. I am so privileged to know you. I'm so excited to see the projects you're going to continue to do in your own community, the community at large, and also how you're going to inspire people globally by sharing your stories and your recipes," Meghan later said about the event.

And just days later, she headed to Loughborough University for the Coach Core Awards, and on her return to London, she made appeared at the Oceania exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London all on her lonesome.

Well, it certainly looks like Meghan is acing being a duchess!