Harry And Meghan Pile On The PDAs On Outing To Sussex
They're just like any other newlyweds.
Meghan and Harry have been out together overnight for a royal visit to Sussex -- the pair went on an official trip to the county from which they get their new royal titles, visiting community groups, youth charities and opening a new university centre.
It was their first visit to the county since they wed, and it certainly seemed that they were happy to be there. The Duke and Duchess did a lot of high-fiving of children, meeting of fans and general waving, Meghan doing it all in a dark green Hugo Boss leather skirt paired with a blouse from the high street brand & Other Stories, a cream Armani coat and a Gabriela Hearst Nina bag and Harry looking super cool in a grey suit.
They also popped to Edes House in Chichester, where they inspected a rare hand-written copy of the American Declaration of Independence, visited the Survivors’ Network, a charity that supports survivors of sexual violence and abuse and headed to the University Of Chichester's Engineering and Digital Technology Park.
But while they were doing all this, there was one thing everyone couldn't stop talking about -- they were REALLY piling on the PDAs!
Just. The. Cutest.
And it didn't stop when they were sitting down either.
While they were seated the royal couple made sure they were close together and held hands.
It truly was a love fest for the pair, who are just two weeks away from touching down in Australia for their tour, and the Invictus Games. Meghan just couldn't stop gazing at her new husband, who was clearly in his element -- meeting and chatting with kids one of his favourite activities.
Harry wasn't just keeping his affection for his wife either -- check him out here greeting a dog.
We Die. Oh to be that retriever.
And speaking of dogs, it turns out we've all been wrong about their new pupper being called Oz -- Meghan told people at the Survivor's Network that it's not even a boy and Harry laughed "No one's even seen our dog" when they were presented with a doggy drawing as a gift.
The couple spent a long time talking to kids along their walkabout, with an excited group of primary school children outside the Pavilion taking turns shaking hands with the royal couple, with one youngster even asking the Duchess how old she was. Meghan was later overheard telling the kids her favourite subject at school was maths. Wouldn't have picked that.