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I realize the most recent royal wedding was four whole months ago, but I'm still every bit as obsessed with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as I was on May 19. Since then, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have remained on my radar with every public appearance they make. On Oct. 3, the couple made their first visit to their namesake together, and according to an expert, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's body language in Sussex shows their post-marriage glow is still shining bright and their love for each other hasn't wavered in the slightest. TBH, I'm not even a little surprised by that.
Since their wedding, Harry and Meghan have continued to prove that while, yes, they are a royal couple, they're also just a couple. They've broken a few royal traditions, most notably the whole "no PDA" thing. Which OK, yes — PDA isn't completely against the royal family rules, but it can be frowned upon if shown in excess. Body language expert Robin Kermode told Daily Mail, "The queen rarely holds hands with her husband in public and this seems to have set an unwritten precedent for the other royals." Unlike the other royals who have followed in Queen Elizabeth's footsteps and refrained from PDA, Harry and Meghan have let the whole world know they're into each other, PDA and all. Bless.