Watch Prince Harry Make Meghan Markle Giggle Following Liam Payne’s Commonwealth Day Performance

Someone’s got a case of the church giggles!

Meghan Markle as well as Prince Harry shared a sweet moment during Monday’s Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey. The engaged pair were seated behind Queen Elizabeth from the congregation during the inter-faith event.

During the live broadcast of the service, Harry was filmed raising his eyebrows after former One Directioner Liam Payne’s performance of John Mayer’s “Waiting on the earth to Change.” The silly move caused his fiancée, Meghan, to burst out laughing.

the item’s unclear whether the pair were sharing a private joke or reacting to Payne’s performance, nevertheless the Internet quickly picked up on the exchange.

Either way, Payne didn’t seem to be bothered. The musician got a special handshake through Queen Elizabeth, posting the moment on Twitter.

“Today was an absolute pleasure to be a part of #CommonwealthDay,” he tweeted.

of which wasn’t the only sweet moment between Harry as well as Meghan. Harry was also spotted passionately singing a hymn, which prompted his future bride to break out in a wide smile.

The couple was photographed inside the Abbey happily chatting with Prince William as well as Kate Middleton ahead of the service. The foursome have attended several events together including Christmas Day service as well as speaking at the inaugural Royal Foundation Forum last month in London.

Queen Elizabeth as well as Meghan Markle at Commonwealth Day

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Monday’s event marked Meghan’s first official appearance with Queen Elizabeth. the item was a break in royal protocol through the British monarch, who has previously made exceptions for the Suits star prior to her May 19 wedding to Harry.

Prince William, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry


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