Many real couples are a bit hesitant to show signs of PDA. But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have always been a little more relaxed. Whether they are holding hands or even kissing in public, they are both comfortable showing their love for each other. And on Monday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared an umbrella. in what turned out to be a truly adorable moment for newly married royalty.
Currently, the Duke and Duchess are on a 16-day tour that covers Australia, New Zealand and the islands of Fiji and Tonga. First landing in Sydney, they traveled to the city of Dubbo in New South Wales, which is where their last beautiful PDA happened. They had planned to enjoy a community picnic with local residents during the visit, however, the wet weather soon turned that idea on their head. Strangely, Dubbo has been suffering from a severe drought for the past two years, which led to many jokes that Harry and Meghan had brought a bit of luck with them.
Harry was given a speech to farmers who, because of the lack of rain, have been struggling to grow crops and earn money for themselves and their families. When the torrential weather showed no signs of stopping, Markle came quickly to the aid of her husband, protecting him with an umbrella.
The local mayor offered the umbrella his own umbrella, but received a humorous response from Harry: "It's okay, I have my wife".
Although many people have described as beautiful the moment of perfect photography, the subject of Harry's speech was far from a matter of laughter. As the Daily mail Reports, began to talk about his sabbatical in Australia, and told the crowd of 15,000 people: "Coming here brings back memories of 2003 when I spent some time on a small property of 16,000 hectares in Rome in Queensland, chasing cows for The most part of the visit to Australia is the people, you are the salt of the earth: honest, hard-working and as hard as they come. "
Harry continued to talk about mental health, urging people to ask for help as he did after losing his mother, Princess Diana, in a tragic car accident 21 years ago. "It must be hard not to lose hope when you endure so many dry months knowing that you are powerless to do anything about it," he said. "People in many farming communities tend to be more isolated, social networks are smaller and there is still a stigma surrounding mental health.
"We know that suicide rates in rural and remote areas are higher than in urban populations, and this may be especially true among young men in remote regions." You need to know that part of being strong and hard is having the courage to ask help". when you need it If I can speak personally, we are in this together, because asking for help was one of the best decisions I have made. You will be continually surprised how life changes for the better. "
Once the locals tasted Markle's freshly baked banana bread and shared another poignant moment with a five-year-old boy, the couple traveled to a school in Dubbo. There, they met with several Aboriginal students who considered Markle as a role model. "The fact that we are Aboriginal girls and their race and acceptance in the royal family shows us that anyone can be accepted," said Kieasha Ross, 17, at Daily mail.
It seems that Harry and Markle are demonstrating that they are the people they need to help propel the royal family in the future. Public displays of affection, inspirational speeches and an inclination to avoid the "no selfie" rule: they really have it all.