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This Sweet Video of Prince Harry Being the ‘Most Attentive Husband’ Will Make You Swoon

Harry is basically a puppy.

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Despite all of the gossip and drama surrounding Prince Harry and wife Meghan at the moment, there’s one thing about the couple that has always been obvious: They are completely in love. 

The pair are rarely seen not holding hands, and now an adorable video shared on social media is giving further proof of their endearing connection — especially when it comes to how much Harry cares for Meghan.

The short clips below might seem simple, but we can’t help but melt at how Harry quick is to help Meghan adjust her hair while accepting a medal or getting swept up by wind. 

But our favorite moment is at the very end: Did you notice the extra-cute moment during the last clip? If not, go back and take another look and you’ll see Harry resting his chin oh-so-sweetly on Meghan’s shoulder. We love the way he dotes on her in the other clips, but he basically morphs into a cuddly puppy in that heartwarming moment. We just wish the video was a bit longer so we could see more!

Of course, now that he and Meghan are taking a step back, we should probably get used to not seeing quite as many glimpses into their relationship. That might be a little sad for us, but we totally understand their wish to have more privacy. Harry had an undeniably bumpy ride growing up in the public eye, so it makes sense that he’d want to avoid that with his precious son, Archie.

However, the couple isn’t cutting the public off entirely. They have already shown they’ll continue to support their charities and share snaps on their Instagram page. We can only hope that means we’ll still get a few insights into the little family’s life together in the years to come.

With that in mind, let’s refresh our memories with the video of lovely memories Harry and Meghan shared at the end of 2019: 

Now if you’ll excuse us, we need to go find a ginger puppy we can adopt and name Harry…

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