The Romantic Moment You Missed Between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on Last Day of Morocco Tour
The tour marks the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's final official international outing before they welcome their first child later this spring
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are still basking in their royal newlywed glow.
The parents-to-be kept close during their three-day visit to Morocco, holding hands and exchanging sweet glances as they took in the sights of the beautiful country.
On the final day of their tour on Monday, the couple toured various crafts stalls run by social entrepreneurs in the country’s capital of Rabat. One of the craftsman gifted Meghan a necklace, placing it over her head to wear as she visited other stalls. In a sweet move, Harry lifted his wife’s ponytail after she put on the necklace and then gently rubbed her back.
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This isn’t the first time Harry has helped Meghan with a quick hair fix. As the Duchess of Sussex celebrated the release of her charity cookbook with an event last September, a gust of wind blew her hair straight up — but Harry was ready to jump to the rescue.
“Sorry!” Meghan said as Harry jokingly ran his hands over her head to pat her hair down. The royal couple then shared a laugh at the moment. Harry momentarily rested his chin on his wife’s shoulder — another sweet PDA move from the famously affectionate couple.
During the couple’s series of engagements on Sunday, Meghan sweetly rested her head on Harry’s shoulder as he flashed a big smile.
As soon as Harry and Meghan went public with their romance, it was clear that they were not afraid to show PDA. And those displays of affection have continued since Meghan became an official royal.
Harry and Meghan memorably walked hand-in-hand at the Invictus Games in Toronto in September 2017 (their first public event!).
“While Prince Harry and Meghan holding hands is atypical for royal engagements, it is a seemingly welcomed gesture to show unity and celebration of their engagement period,” royal etiquette expert Myka Meier, founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, told PEOPLE. “There is no protocol that says they can not show affection on official engagements, and this gesture makes them relatable and lovable to the public.”
The tour marks their final official international outing before they welcome their first child later this spring. Meghan revealed last month that she’s due in late April.