Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'can’t keep their hands off each other'

The royal family and public displays of affection aren’t two things that usually go together.

Although it is not a written rule, members of the royal family are reportedly asked to keep any public displays of affection to a minimum.

But that isn’t stopping Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from being tactile with one another.

Ever since their engagement news broke, Harry, 33, and Meghan, 37, have continued to make clear their love for one another during official outings.

“When you saw that engagement interview [with the BBC in November 2017], did you not think that was a couple who are fairly in touch with each other’s emotions?” royal correspondent Camilla Tominey says during episode five of Yahoo UK‘s ‘The Royal Box’.

“They’re fairly touchy feely. Harry and Meghan do appear to me to be a couple who cannot keep their hands of each other,” Tominey says.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared a smooch during the Sentebale Polo match. [Photo: Getty]

Just last month, the Duke and Duchess shared a public kiss a fter Meghan presented her husband with his trophy at the Sentebale polo match.

And they’ve been photographed holding hands, stroking one another’s backs and gazing into each other’s eyes on numerous occasions.

Speculation has been rife about when the newlyweds will start a family. During their post-engagement interview with the BBC, both Harry and Meghan expressed a desire to have children, just “not yet”.

“One step at a time,” Harry said, adding: “We’ll start a family in the near future.”

During ‘The Royal Box’, Tominey recalled a time, years ago, she interview Prince Harry and he told her “I’d love to have loads of kids”.

“He’ll make a great dad because he’s brilliant with children.”

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