Prince Harry fixes Meghan Markle's hair after the wind messes it up
Duchess Meghan held an event for her first solo project as a royal. She had a launch party for a charity cookbook, “Together: Our Community Cookbook.”
Prince Harry was in attendance and the two had a special moment. At one point, the wind blew Meghan’s hair up and he was ready to fix her up quickly.
Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry are known for their public displays of affection (PDAs). Thursday afternoon was no exception at Meghan’s book launch at Kensington Palace.
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"The power of food is more than just the meal itself — it is the story behind it. And when you get to know the story of the recipe, you get to know the person behind it." — The Duchess of Sussex #CookTogether pic.twitter.com/10VRNtWFjM— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) September 20, 2018
While the Duchess, her mother Doria Ragland, Harry, and the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen were getting ready to pose for a group photo, a gust of wind blew in.
Meghan’s hair was blown upwards and she was heard saying “sorry” to her husband who was standing right behind. Without even thinking about it, Harry lovingly fixed her windswept hair.
Then he rested his chin on her shoulder for a few seconds. Fans just couldn’t get enough of the way the couple showed love to each other.
Profits from the sales of ‘Together’ will support the Hubb Community Kitchen, keeping it open for up to seven days a week and helping widen its reach to others in the community #CookTogether: https://t.co/0o2njdVDS9 pic.twitter.com/SJw2iZjC2N— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) September 20, 2018
At the event, the attendees enjoyed a meal created from recipes featured in the cookbook that Megan helped create.
The Duchess’ mother was there to support her daughter after flying in from Los Angeles earlier in the week.
Harry’s show of affection in front of his mother-in-law, revealed how comfortable he was being around her.
🎉 The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Ms. Doria Ragland are today celebrating the launch of ‘Together: Our Community Cookbook’ with the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen #CookTogether pic.twitter.com/MRGFjNJxM6— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) September 20, 2018
Meghan was seen showing off her cooking skills at the event. She was seen flipping chapattis and turning koftas on the grill.
Her husband stayed close by but in the background to allow her to take the lead of her event. The Duchess wrote the foreword for the cookbook.
The book features recipes from a group of women whose community was affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017.
There is nothing like a husband attending to his wife, this is beautiful. Thanks for capturing & sharing all the wonderful moments Chris👍🏼👏🏼👏🏼— 💞MeyHive#BLM✊🏽SupporterHarryMeghanArchie🌎🇺🇸 (@DeelightRI) September 20, 2018
Meghan gave a speech at the event, saying:
"Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labor of love."
The newlyweds, Meghan and Harry, have never been shy about showing affection to each other in public. In September last year, the pair was seen being affectionate at the Invictus Games.
LOLOL! Him laying his chin on her shoulder after though... 😍😍😍🤗🤗🤗— Cruel2BKind (@F_YMill60) September 20, 2018
They’ve been photographed holding hands, rubbing each other’s backs, and linking arms in public.
At Harry’s nephew, Prince Louis‘, official christening portraits, the couple showed affection towards each other as well.
"I'm so excited to see the projects you're going to continue to do in your own community, the community at large, and also how you're going to inspire people globally by sharing your stories and your recipes." — The Duchess of Sussex #CookTogether pic.twitter.com/MwOMuWKNDo— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) September 20, 2018
They even shared a kiss on the lips at Harry’s charity polo match this summer.
Myka Meier, a Royal etiquette expert and founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, said there were no formal rules on Royal couples being affectionate in public.
It was all done at their own discretion.