Prince Harry and Meghan Markle certainly enjoy each other’s company, and Monday’s Commonwealth Service was no different.
The two attended the ceremony, alongside other Royals like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Charles and Camilla, Princess Anne, and the Queen herself, to celebrate Commonwealth Day.
The day was full of performers highlighting the diversity of the Commonwealth, and one of them was Liam Payne, who sang a cover of John Mayer’s song Waiting for the World to Change.
During the performance, Harry stayed stony faced, while Meghan bobbed her head along politely.
However, eagle eyed viewers noticed that after the performance, Harry turned to Meghan and raised his eyebrows, leaving her in a fit of giggles.
It’s not clear what exactly they were laughing about, however it could be that they were not huge fans of the performance.
Meghan’s outing to the event at Westminster Abbey is the first public appearance she has made alongside the Queen, and as such is the first public acknowledgement of Meghan by the monarch.
After the event, Meghan and Harry stopped to speak to delighted schoolchildren and teachers who were waiting outside.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, religious education teacher David Swindells said that Meghan had told him, “The service was beautiful, especially the choir and the music.”
He continued, “She was very personable. I think she’ll be a great addition.”
Meghan also stopped to chat to Holly Hartley, principal of Thistley Hough Academy in Stoke on Trent, as well as her pupils.
Ms Hartley said, “She was saying what a lovely service it had been and her first service at Westminster Abbey. We congratulated her on her engagement.
“She was delighted and said she was ‘very, very excited’. She stayed chatting with us for quite a while – what a lovely, lovely lady.”
It seems Harry isn’t the only person enamoured with Meghan!