The new Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate, joined Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for a walkabout outside Windsor – a welcome surprise for grievers paying their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, who sadly died aged 96 on the 8 of September.
And as the Sussexes made their way up the queue of the eagerly awaiting public hoping to get a glimpse of a member of the Royal Family, one teenager was particularly awe-struck by Meghan Markle's presence.
The Duchess of Sussex walked over to a section of the crowd and approached a teenager, who was seen putting her hand over her mouth in shock.
The pair began exchanging in conversation before Meghan could be seen comforting her by putting her hand on her shoulder.
The girl then said: "Can I have a hug?" and Meghan was seen nodding, before leaning in and giving her a big hug.
The sweet moment was filmed by others in the crowd.
It is thought to be the first time the brothers have been seen together publicly since the Commonwealth Day back in 2020.
And the crowd were really enjoying the impromptu appearance of the Princes and their wives Kate and Meghan.
A member of the public was seen telling the Prince of Wales that they "loved him" during the visit at Windsor Castle.
It comes as Prince William shared a heartfelt tribute to his late grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.
The Prince of Wales took to his official Instagram account to share his "sadness" and praise his "Grannie", who passed away on 8 September, branding her "an extraordinary leader".
While The Queen's funeral will take place on Monday 19 September at Westminster Abbey, it has been confirmed.
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