Prince Harry Gave A Member Of The Public A Royal Scolding
He’s always been known as the cheekiest member of the royal family, and Prince Harry certainly didn’t disappoint during a brief meet-and-greet at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo.
A member of the public managed to capture the Duke of Sussex giving someone a royal scolding for handing his wife, Meghan Markle, a rather large bunch of flowers.
In the video -- Meghan’s aide can be seen carrying a mammoth bunch of flowers as the Duchess continues to press the flesh with members of the public.
Then, as if out of nowhere, a cheeky-looking Prince Harry storms towards the person he assumes gave his wife the bunch of flowers and retorts: “You can’t give flowers that big to my wife, what is that all about!”
The crowd can be heard bursting into laughter, while Meghan walks up beside her husband and thanks the person who handed her the bouquet.
Fans were quick to heap praise on The Prince for his sense of humour, with one Twitter user writing: "Gotta love Harry".
The Duke and Duchess were at Taronga Zoo to officially open the new Taronga Institute of Science and Learning.
They were also invited to stroke two koalas and their joeys, who were named Harry and Meghan in honour of the royal couple.
The pair then hopped on a boat which transported them over to the Sydney Opera House, where they watched a rehearsal of Spirit 2018 by the Bangarra Dance before taking a walk around the forecourt where they met waiting fans.
The first day official day of their Australian visit will conclude with a reception hosted by the Governor-General at Admiralty House.
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