Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Had the Most Adorable Reaction to a Fan's Drawing of Them

"And you’ve given me more hair!"

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry traveled to Ireland this week, and they met with fans throughout their trip.

But it seems as though one fan's special gift for the couple was met with the sweetest reaction from the royals. According to her social media accounts, a fan called Chloe Mullins presented Meghan and Harry with an illustration she'd drawn of them. Based upon one of their engagement portraits, the lifelike drawing was praised by both Meghan and Harry, according to People.

Posting on Instagram after meeting the royals, Mullins wrote, "Ya girls artwork going in Kensington Palace Delighted to have gotten to talk to them and have them keep my drawing they’re genuinely so nice!!!"

According to People, Prince Harry spoke to the artist, telling Mullins, "That’s very, very good. Did you draw that? It’s lovely."

Allegedly one of the reasons that Prince Harry was so enamored with the drawing is because the illustrator had taken some artistic license. According to People, the royal announced, "And you’ve given me more hair!" which apparently caused the Duchess of Sussex to start laughing.

The artist even posted video footage of some of her interactions with Prince Harry. She wrote on Instagram that he told her the illustration "looked like a photo," calling the artwork, "so special":

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had so many sweet interactions with children throughout their visit to Ireland. While visiting Croke Park in Dublin, three-year-old Walter Cullen put his hand on Meghan's face, and also tried to grab her hair. Luckily, the adorable moment was caught on camera, including Prince Harry jokingly scolding the toddler.

From: Harper's BAZAAR US

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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