Do you think they're doing the royal family proud on this tour?
The cheeky moment was first noticed online by a Meghan Markle fan account and the comments have been flooding in ever since.
Taking to Instagram, Hannah shared snaps of Meghan's surprised face after seeing her in the crowd as well as the warm hug they shared.
"Then I took them around all the participants and kept the conversation going at the next two tables". She was so lovely and kind about it all despite being rushed. "There is no actual etiquette or royal protocol that says the couple must refrain from PDA", royal etiquette expert Myka Meier told PEOPLE about Prince William and Kate's lack of PDA on their royal trip to India in 2016.
Allow us to set the scene: Harry and Meghan board their plane departing Sydney all JFK and Jackie-esque - they're holding hands as they walk the never-ending yellow-step road to their gate when Harry breaks free from his wife's hold to move his hand to her lower back, balancing the expectant mother to be. "They have too much class", one person said.
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A equipos inmaduros, entrenadores autoritarios y a equipos maduros, entrenadores amables ", concluyó. Al argentino le gusta más otra opción, la de Roberto Martínez: "Esa me parece una mejor idea.
Another person said he was trying to make sure her dress didn't blow up in the wind.
The couple have been making headlines all around the world for their loved-up display on tour.
That event will be a chance for the Royal couple to find out more about the significance of mountain biking to the local economy and New Zealand's tourism and recreation sectors.
The couple spoke to conservationists working to protect the flightless birds native to New Zealand, which are becoming increasingly endangered.
They will also meet members of the public at Viaduct harbor and attend a reception hosted by the Prime Minister tonight at the Auckland War Museum.