In a surprise that sent the audience wild, Duchess Meghan joined her husband Prince Harry on stage at Wembley Stadium for WE Day, a charity initiative for young people, and their obvious affection for each other was seriously adorable.
Speaking at the event, Prince Harry delivered a stirring speech to a crowd of thousands, encouraging them to take part and show initiative in positive social change.
But in a happy twist that no one saw coming, Prince Harry then did something that made everyone in the packed out house scream with delight.
"I'm now going to try and drag my wife on stage," he said.
And as if that wasn't enough, the crowd were then treated to an adorably affectionate moment between the royals when Harry grabbed Meghan from the crowd and led her onstage, where they stood with their arms around each other.
"I am with you and we are with you, now get to work!" He told the crowd.
The surprise appearances comes as Meghan prepares to give birth in the coming weeks, and it's clear just how excited the two young royals are to be parents.
Attending a reception at Buckingham Palace only yesterday, the royal parents-to-be spoke to a number of guests about the arrival of their new baby.
Speaking to one guest, the Duchess jovially remarking about her impending due date.
Telling a guest she'd met earlier in her pregnancy that things were "a bit different then when I saw you last", Meghan was seen holding her baby bump before saying, "we're nearly there!"
Prince Harry was also keen to discuss all things baby at the event, even joking with guests about the chances of he and Meghan welcoming a second baby!
A veteran who spoke to Harry at the event told The Daily Mail: "We also joked about Wales defeating England in the Six Nations rugby.
"I also warned him and the duchess it serves him right as they will be getting plenty of sleepless nights when the baby is born."
"He said if they have any more than two it will serve him right."
Despite just weeks away from giving birth, Duchess Meghan is set to join a panel discussion convened by The Queen's Commonwealth Trust to King's College London to celebrate International Women's Day on March 8th as well as a celebration on March 11th at Canada House with Prince Harry, to celebrate the Commonwealth's 70th anniversary.
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