We’re sending a massive thank you to the newly-weds Meghan Markle and Prince Harry this morning for providing us with the simply adorable footage that proves true love really does exist.

Yep this couple is clearly still in that honeymoon period after their royal wedding in May this year after their appearance at the launch even for Meghan’s cookbook, Together: Our Community Cookbook.

The book written by the latest royal has been created to support the victims and survivors of the Grenfell Tower Fire. And while many people are talking about the fact that Meg’s mum flew over to be there for the launch, we’re more interested in the reaction Prince Harry had to her speech.

During the event, Meghan spoke passionately about what working on the project meant to her while her hubby Prince Harry stood by looking simply proud as punch. And yep, there’s a video!


Just look at him the absolute cutie!! He looks like he could cry he’s so darn proud of her! And seriously it’s almost too much for us to handle!


Now, while Harry is by far husband goals and almost steals the show in this footage, we have to also take a moment to praise Meghan for her moving words in her speech. This girl was born to be royal!

“Working on this project for the past nine months has been a tremendous labor of love. I had just recently moved to London and felt so immediately embraced by the women in the kitchen with your warmth, and your kindness,” she said.


“And also to be able to be in this city and to see, in this one small room, how multicultural it was. On a personal level I feel so proud to live in a city tat can have to much diversity.

“Thank you so much for allowing me to go on this adventure with you. I’m so privileged to know you,” she concluded.

Yeah TBH if we were married to Meghan Markle, we’d be beaming like Prince Harry is too! These two are by far our fav royals ever.

Now excuse us while we watch this vid on repeat for the rest of the day.

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