Meghan and Harry Make Taffy With Kids, and We Don't Know Who's Having More Fun
It's Commonwealth Day, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have marked the occasion with their first stop on a busy day. On Monday morning, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended an event at Canada House, London, to showcase the diverse community of young Canadians living in the UK. They spoke about their experiences in the UK and the opportunities that come with working in the Commonwealth. They also helped a group of children make traditional Canadian maple taffy, and we're not sure who was having more fun: the children or the royals.
No doubt Canada holds a special place in both Meghan and Harry's hearts. It was where Meghan spent the majority of her time while filming Suits and also where the pair made their first appearance as a couple, at the Invictus Games in 2017. Choosing to celebrate Canada on this important day in the royal calendar was a fitting choice for the couple. Keep reading to see all the photos from their morning at Canada House.