AceShowbiz - Prince Harry and his bride-to-be can't stop showing off their love to each other. The newly-engaged royal couple looked lovey dovey during their Monday, November 27 photo call, but that's nothing compared to how cute they were in a behind-the-scenes video of their first joint interview that day.
The muted video, which was released by BBC, seemed to indicate that Harry, who is known as a fun-loving royal, has found his match in his fiancee. The pair were seen joking around, with Meghan not being able to stop giggling.
According to lipreader Tina Lannin, Harry appeared to be describing his safari in Botswana last year with Meghan when Meghan interrupted, saying, "It was five days, yeah." Harry later looked at her future bride and said, "She wants me to say something," referring to BBC journalist Mishal Husain.
Meghan quickly responded, "Sorry," while acting cute in front of her soon-to-be husband. She casually rested her chin on her fist, teasing Harry with the gesture which indicated that she's focusing all her attention on him. That made the two burst into laughter.
At some point, Harry seemingly pretended to be angry as he slapped his leg and said, "Goddammit." Harry and Meghan also mimicked similar silly faces during the break before visibly cracking up. Such a cute couple!
Harry and Meghan, who met for the first time through a mutual female friend, will be holding their royal wedding sometime in May 2018. "The marriage of His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales and Ms. Meghan Markle will take place at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Casstle in May, 2108," Kensington Palace announced in an official statement on Tuesday, November. "Her Majesty The Queen has granted permission for the wedding to take place at the Chapel." Also revealed in the statement was that "the Royal Family will pay for the wedding." The statement concluded, "Further details about the wedding will be announced in due course."