AceShowbiz - Meghan Markle's charm clearly doesn't only work on Prince Harry. This boy appeared to have got smitten with the former actress when the couple met with kids at Dublin's Croke Park on Wednesday, July 11 as part of their trip to Ireland.
While the newlyweds were greeting their young fans, a toddler looked to have a keen interest in her hair and couldn't resist touching it. The 3-year-old boy named Walter Kieran was captured on camera reaching for the 36-year-old American's wavy, long locks and even starting to touch her face.
Meghan immediately turned to Walter and smiled at him as she held his little hand. Prince Harry then jokingly warned the little boy by wagging his finger at him. Walter looked a bit flabbergasted as he put his hand on his mouth, while it wasn't clear what Harry said to the toddler.
Harry himself got close with another boy at the stadium. He let 4-year-old Dylan Mahon, a young footballer, tug at his red beard. Harry playfully grimaced as the kid reached for his facial hair, while Meghan smiled. "You might have a beard soon - you never know!" the 33-year-old royal told the little boy.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Croke Park Dublin, A young Gaelic footballer Dylan Mahon 4, gives Prince Harry's beard a tug pic.twitter.com/j4Zgn395ab— Arthur Edwards (@ArthurJEdwards) July 11, 2018
Meghan wore a black jacket and pants on top of a white T-shirt for the occasion. Her husband, meanwhile, opted for a semi-casual look in a white shirt, an unbuttoned gray jacket and matching pants.
The couple also toured the Croke Park museum and greeted fans at Trinity College Dublin that day. They later paid a visit to the Famine Memorial at Custom House Quay where they met sculptor Rowan Gillespie. The day concluded with a trip to Dogpatch labs in the Docklands, where they met young entrepreneurs and young people participating in the coder dojo programme.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex previously met President Higgins and his wife Sabina at Aras an Uachtarain, the official resident of the President of Ireland, where they were greeted by the president's Bernese mountain dogs.