Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Had a Cute PDA Moment at the Coach Core Awards
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have officially kicked off their busy fall schedule! On September 24, the royal newlyweds attended the inaugural Coach Core awards at Loughborough University. Both Harry and Meghan had the chance to show off their sporty side at the event—but they also made time for a sweet moment of PDA.
Simon Perry, the royal reporter for People, shared a video on Twitter of Harry and Meghan participating in a netball drill during the event. After throwing and catching with different groups on the court, the newlyweds locked eyes and walked towards each other, quickly embracing when they met.
Watch the sweet moment here:
See even more photos of the hug here:
This isn't the first time the royal couple has shown PDA at an event or royal outing. From a sweet
Earlier in the summer, Meghan gave Harry a kiss as she awarded his polo team, the Sentebale St. Regis team, with a trophy at the Sentebale Polo Cup in Windsor:
They're also fans of more subtle signs of PDA, like the sweet back rub captured at Prince Charles's 70th birthday celebration just days after their royal wedding in May 2018:
The event comes just days after Meghan unveiled her very first solo project as a working royal. Last Thursday, Meghan, Harry, and Meghan's mother Doria Ragland introduced Together, a charity cookbook the Duchess created with the Hubb Community Kitchen in London. Harry and Meghan are gearing up for a busy fall: they will embark on an extensive royal tour to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and the Kingdom of Tonga next month.
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