Prince Harry was captured caressing Meghan's back in an emotional moment stolen from the newlyweds.
The 33-year-old Duke of Sussex was seen absent-mindedly moving his hands in circles around his wife's back as they talked to a young woman at the WellChild Awards in London on Tuesday night.
The video, which appeared days after the event, shows the couple talking to 10-year-old Scarlett Mathison from Liverpool, who was recognized as a young caregiver for her older sister.
The 33-year-old Duke of Sussex was seen stroking the back of his wife Meghan as they spoke with Scarlett Mathison of Liverpool, 10, at the WellChild Awards in London on Tuesday night.
Harry seemed absentmindedly moving his hand in circles on Meghan's back as they spent time with Scarlett, who was recognized as a young caretaker of her older sister.
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A follower wrote: "Lovely couple, it is to see that they care passionately what they do, besides being good listeners".
Another posted: "Megan is so lucky to have a real gentleman to look after her husband, because her mother raised him very well."
The couple arrived in a limousine at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London to attend the brilliant ceremony organized by the charity WellChild.
The newlyweds, known for their PDA, seemed completely in love while attending the charity event together in London on Tuesday evening
Prince Harry seemed to reassure Meghan as they listened to how Scarlett cared about her sister
The duchess, who wore an Altuzarra trouser suit and a Deitas blouse, and the duke were received by WellChild CEO Colin Dyer and the president of the organization, Andrew Osborne.
Harry has been a sponsor of WellChild, the national charity for seriously ill children and their families, since 2007 and regularly attends the annual awards ceremony.
This year's winners include seven-year-old Matilda Booth of Sowerby Bridge in West Yorkshire, who has spina bifida, is paralyzed from the chest down and has had more than 40 operations.
The clip, which emerged the day after the event, was praised by fans who were enthusiastic about the "pretty" scene. couple
She has been praised for her "great enthusiasm for life" and her "courage, strength and determination".
Mckenzie Brackley of Fife has also been hailed as an inspirer.
The four-year-old boy, who had to learn to speak, swallow, eat and drink and move again due to acute flaccid paralysis, was praised for being there for other children when they are scared or sad.
"Despite his own problems, Mckenzie encourages everyone when they're low and guarantees a smile on your face," WellChild said.