The Duke of Sussex received an adorable hug from the kid with down syndrome who couldn't get enough of his beard and hair!
The Duke of Sussex, 34, was seen calling over his wife after he spotted Sethunya Gibbons, nine, in the crowd during a walkabout by the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday, asking her 'Do you want to meet my wife?' While enjoying the third day of their royal tour in Australia, Prince Harry and Meghan met with engineering students to try out their race auto demonstration - and the Suits alum was in for quite the shock. "He said 'Hello young man.' And Luke just said, 'Hello Harry.' And Prince Harry graciously realized that his language is limited".
He said: I first came (to Africa) in 1997, straight after my mum died.
As it seems, these two are not going to take a back seat to their royal duties.
Diana wore the earrings during a trip to Canada in 1986 - a year after she gave birth to Prince Harry.
"Definitely, just meeting them was pretty special", he said.
"It was more than what I imagined, it happened in such a flash, just wonderful", Jasmine said. It's working, from all the hand holding, to Meghan even baking her own banana bread for one family she met along the way.
On Oct. 18, the American royal gracefully accepted - and immediately put on - a handmade necklace made of pasta and ribbon from an adoring 6-year-old admirer during her first major royal tour of Australia.
They then jumped on a tram - but didn't have to tap on - to inspect South Melbourne Beach and speak to locals involved in keeping the beach clean.
While Lady Kitty is close with cousin Prince Harry, and attended his wedding to Meghan Markle in May, it is unclear whether they will cross paths during their time in Australia.