Prince Harry might not have expected to make a new friend at the Invictus Games 2017, held in Toronto, but he certainly did when he realized a little girl had been swiping handfuls of his popcorn while he wasn't paying attention. Diplomatic and favourable as always, he shared.
Meghan cheerfully accepts a posy of vibrant flowers from a little girl after a Commonwealth Day service in London. (Warning: there will be more flowers in this slideshow. Lots.)
The Duchess of Our Hearts (and Sussex) was distracted by a super cute baby while meeting well-wishers in Northern Ireland.
After getting up close and personal with some new furry Australian friends—yes, koalas—the royal couple officially opened the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, and paused on their way out to chat with some eager kids.
While visiting Dubbo in October 2018, Prince Harry got an unexpectedly warm welcome from a five-year-old boy who had a bit of an unconventional way of saying hello: pulling on his beard.
Of course, Prince Harry didn't think his beard being tugged was enough. He wanted to make sure the love was equally distributed, so he had little Luke Vincent give his wife a hug, too.
The Duke and Duchess showed off their royal parenting chops when they sat down to play with a group of kids at the 2018 Invictus Games.
Of course Harry couldn't leave New Zealand without passing out high fives to this young passersby!
Meghan stopped to coo and smile when she met Australian singer Missy Higgins's nine-week-old baby, Lunar, at an afternoon reception in Australia.
Even amid the Arctic weather, Meghan and Harry greeted a large crowd of young fans outside on a walkabout in Bristol.
The royal couple stopped to chat with a pair of young girls while at a high school in Morocco's Atlas mountains, where they encouraged young girls to pursue their educations, no matter what might stand in their way.
The royal couple's romantic stroll through the Andalusian Gardens got sweeter by this young well-wisher.
If you haven't noticed, the Duchess of Sussex has a well-documented habit of finding herself ambushed by happy kids with flowers. Things were no different this Commonwealth Day. (Lucky her!)
More flowers for Meghan as she and Harry celebrated her old home at Canada House in central London. Has anyone ever asked the Duchess of Sussex how many flowers, on average, she gets per day? She must have enough to plant a whole garden for the royal baby by now!
Prince Harry looked very parental getting serious with some local primary school students and a puppy at a tree planting in Acton, England.