Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not going to let a downpour stop them from a small real PDA tour!
During their visit to Dubbo, Australia, on Tuesday, the newlyweds, who announced they are expecting a baby in the spring, encountered some unexpected rain. And it was a pleasant surprise for the agricultural community of Dubbo, which has experienced major problems of drought in recent years.
The prince kept his pregnant wife dry while sweetly sharing the same umbrella. Before giving a speech to the crowd, he gave Meghan the umbrella so that she could keep dry.
But Meghan was not willing to let her husband get completely wet, so she followed him to the podium and protected him from the rain while talking to the locals who had come out to see them.
And when each of them walked under their own umbrella later in the day, they still managed to stay close to hand.
As soon as they published their romance last year, it became clear that they were not afraid to show their PDA. And those displays of affection have continued since Meghan became a royal officer five months ago.
"They are not afraid to hold hands." They do not mind showing their emotions, "veteran real photographer Mark Stewart told PEOPLE.
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Those moments of intimacy have been shown in almost all the events they attended together (in addition to their appearance with the Queen!).
"Meghan is used to being sensitive, and Harry is the same," former palace spokeswoman Dickie Arbiter told PEOPLE. "Harry has always been tactile."