Prince Harry's delightful gesture for Meghan on their royal tour


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not the ones who hide their love when they are out and about.

The royal couple is quite demonstrative when it comes to interacting with each other – and rarely seen without holding hands, kneeling arms or smiling frankly.

And under the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Royal Tour in New Zealand, the couple shared another super cute moment that only a few very eagerness royal fans gathered.

As Harry and Meghan toured Redwood's Treewalk in Rotorua, some people saw that the Duchess actually had one of her husband's rocks – probably hiding from the shaded woodland.

The duke of Sussex had first worn the jacket a few days before when he and his wife took a walk around the Abel Tasman National Park, a wilderness reserve in New Zealand's south-east.

Royal fans were delighted with the delightful show of protection from Prince Harry, who commented to share what kind of gesture it was on social media.

One said, "They are the cutest royal couple we have ever seen!"

While another wrote: "They are always adorable ❤️😍". A third fan also commented, "It's so sweet for some reason ❤️❤️❤️".

The couple's visit to the Redwoods forest marked one of the final engagements on their 16-day royal tour through Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

Harry and Meghan completed a lot of 76 engagement, with the Duchess missing only a couple because of her newly announced pregnancy and of course the inevitable jet lag.

It has been reported that Duke and Duchess return to their Kensington Palace home in London today (November 1st) before returning to Royal Kingdom in Britain.

At the moment, the couple have no plans for future engagements – but we are sure that their mammoth polls are now over, they will be busy preparing more royal work for the winter.