Prince Harry found Meghan Markle in Sydney!
As they left their first meeting and public greetings since they announced they were expectant parents, Meghan and Harry interacted with hundreds of members of the public waiting for them outside of the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday.
However, a real young fan wearing a shirt that said "Girls can do anything" really got Harry's attention, so much so that he had to call his wife to meet her.
"We feel it looks a little like you," you hear a person in the crowd tell Meghan, 37, in a video posted by Harry_Meghan_Updates on Instagram.
The Duchess of Sussex replies: "I was literally about to say the same thing!"
"And I love your shirt," Meghan is also heard to say.
Harry, 34, then takes a fan's phone to take a picture of Meghan with his mini-me, a rare move for the prince, who generally sticks to the actual protocol of no autographs or selfies.
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As Harry moved along the line, he also saw a familiar face in the crowd: the 98-year-old war widow, Daphne Dunne. Previously, he had met twice with the prince, first in 2015, when he kissed him on the cheek and again in 2017.
After greeting her with a big hug, Harry did his best to introduce Dunne, who carried several of her deceased husband's military medals, to Meghan. While they were talking, Dunne stroked Harry's face and took Meghan's hand.
"Congratulations, I think that's wonderful," Dunne told Meghan about the news about the couple's babies, as reported by news.com.au. "It's just what Harry needs."
"It's fantastic," Meghan added. "I'm so happy to finally meet you, I've heard a lot about you, all good things."
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Before the sweet moment with Dunne, the royal couple had been inside the impressive performing arts center in Sydney to see the dance rehearsal.
During the presentation, Meghan placed a hand on her husband's leg while the couple watched intently.
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When they left the Opera House, Meghan and Harry came out of their hands, watching the large crowd that showed great emotion for their long-awaited arrival.
The couple greeted the fans with bright smiles, handshakes and waves as they walked along the spectators.