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Prince Harry Jokes About Bringing Meghan Markle to Public Events
Their last public appearance was a media frenzy.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been making headlines for over a year now, and the public can't get enough of their relationship. Every appearance is a media frenzy and we're all just waiting for an engagement announcement. But luckily, Harry still has a sense of humor about his relationship.

The royal appeared today at Westminster Abbey's Field of Remembrance in London ahead of Remembrance Day, alongside Matt Weston, a veteran who lost both his legs while serving in Afghanistan in 2009. While the occasion was somber, Harry and Weston shared a lighthearted moment.

"I took the mickey and asked where his missus was and he said she wasn't here," Weston said, according to Hello. "I asked if she would come next time because she's awesome, and he said he couldn't hide her anywhere, but I said you wouldn't have to hide her."

Harry's joke is pretty spot on: it's impossible for Harry and Meghan to hide when they're in public. Their first few events together were very much out of the spotlight, like when Meghan joined Harry at his friend's wedding or when the couple attended a polo match, but that all changed at the Invictus Games in September.

The couple first made a super low-key (and dimly lit) appearance in Toronto with her mom:


And then it happened. Harry and Meghan were seen holding hands and the world collectively lost it: 


So no, Meghan and Harry can no longer hide their love. Lucky us!

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

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