He might be off the market now, but Prince Harry is still proving why he’s everyone’s favourite royal.
The ginger prince has been having a joke with his hosts on his tour of Australia, getting protective over his pregnant wife Meghan.
Obviously, they’re so used to getting flowers and gifts when doing their visits that it must get quite tedious, so Harry amused himself and the crowd by pretending it was out of order.
As a spectator hands a massive bunch of lilies over, he retorts: ‘You can’t give flowers that big to my wife, what is that all about?’
The ‘love rival’ was Australian newsreader Matt de Groot, said to have brought the flowers as a ‘joke’.
We don’t think Prince Harry has anything to worry about just yet.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on a 16-day visit to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand that began in Sydney with the surprise announcement that the royal couple are expecting their first child.
During the trip, they’ve been given some less objectionable presents:
They were given the flowers at Taronga Zoo, where Meghan wore a white Karen Gee dress for her first public appearance since announcing her baby news.
While there, they had the chance to meet Harry and Meghan, two ten-month-old koala joeys which were named after the couple to mark their wedding earlier in the year.
Meghan described them as ‘so, so sweet’, while Harry reached out to pet one and asked about their diet and sleeping habits.
The announcement of the pregnancy confirms weeks of speculation from royal watchers about why Meghan was not joining Harry on his Sydney Harbour Bridge climb set for Friday.
The baby will be born in Spring 2019 and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be ‘very pleased’, according to Kensington Palace.
Meghan is said to be in good health and has had a 12-week scan. The baby will be seventh in line to the throne.