The Duke and Duchess of Sussex broke royal tradition for the sweetest reason.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry spent the second day of their royal Africa tour in Monwabisi beach in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, visiting Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) Waves of Change (W4C) and The Lunchbox Fund.
The pair spent time engaging with the W4C surf mentors and visited the compound kitchen – after a thrilling day by the seaside, they shared the most adorable kiss. This was before heading out to their separate engagements for the rest of the day, where the Duke would meet the Coastguard in Kalk Bay.
Although there is no set royal protocol, historically members of the royal family don’t traditionally share public affection of this degree when they’re out overseas on official occasions, Mirror reported.