Prince Harry touched Royal fans with the tenderness he showed for wife Meghan Markle as the monarchy's "Fab Four" were reunited.
The Duke of Duchess and Sussex joined Prince William and Kate Middleton to walk among the crowds outside Windsor Castle and look at the floral tributes left for the Queen, following her death on Thursday at the age of 96.
Royal insiders have declared that Harry and Meghan were invited by William to join the Prince and Princess of Wales for the public appearance and, to the joy of the well-wishers present, the quartet looked at ease in one another's company.
It was Harry, though, who had those looking on swooning the most, with his public displays of "protectiveness" for his wife and one romantic gesture in particular, reports The Mirror.
As William, Kate, Harry and Meghan finished up their walkabout and gave one final wave to the crowds, the Duke of Sussex proved he was a true gent and headed to quickly open the car door for his wife.
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Social media users didn't miss the sweet moment and have since praised him for it.
One person wrote: "Say what you will about Harry and Meghan but he puts his arm around her back and opens her car door for her. He loves her. That gets a swoon from me."
Another posted: "Harry proves chivalry is not dead by awkwardly opening the car door for Meghan and then closing it. Respect. Manners and etiquette matter people."
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A third tweeted: "Just watching a bit of the news and watching Harry and William walking through the crowds. One thing I noticed was Harry holding the car door open so Meghan could get in before getting in himself. Doesn't matter if you're a prince or common man, manners are always present."
Others loved how protective Harry was of Meghan, with a different user commenting: "Harry is clearly very protective of Meghan and full of affection for her and if you've got a problem with that, I genuinely feel sorry for you."
You can leave your tributes to Queen Elizabeth II here.
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