Months after revealing that making a family was on the cards for the newly-engaged pair during their first television interview together, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have shown off their parenting skills during a visit to Cardiff.
Yesterday afternoon, the pair visited Star Hub, a community and leisure centre in the Tremorfa area of the city, to see how sport is being used to engage young people and aid social development.
During the visit, the duo accepted an adorable wedding present from two children, sat down to watch a street dance class and attended a cake tasting, five months before they say 'I do' at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
During their visit to the street dance class, the pair couldn't take their hands off each other as they affectionately held hands and patted each other's shoulders before watching the little ones bust a move.
'They asked how long have you been doing dancing. We shook hands with them. I was a little bit nervous but it was fun at the same time,' 9-year-old Grace Jones told BBC.
Beaming as she watched the young girls dance for her and her husband-to-be, Markle looked in awe of the students' talent.
At the end of the class, the 32-year-old prince encouraged a group of children to mob Meghan with hugs.
The former Suits actress - who wore a Stella McCartney coat, trousers by the Welsh fashion house, Hiut Denim and carried a DeMellier 'Mini Venice' bag - was playing Jenga with the group while Harry was busy dancing to Justin Bieber's 2017 hit, 'Despacito'.
He told the children kids to go after Meghan, saying: 'Let's all give Meghan a group hug!'
The bride-to-be burst into laughter as she accepted the little girls' hugs with open arms.
The pair then met a group of young women from the project UsGirls, which encourages focuses on getting young women who have grown up in poverty into sport.
Meghan remarked to the schoolgirls who were cycling on workout bikes on her arrival: 'You are all still smiling! How much better is it to come here each evening instead of sitting at home, playing on the PlayStation?'
A spokesperson for StreetGames told LouisvuittonShop UK they were 'delighted' Meghan and Harry had decided to come and visit.
'The day Prince Harry and Ms Markle have chosen to visit the centre is perfect, we have four sessions running during the evening, an UsGirls session in the gym, table tennis and street dance (which is popular with the young people in our community) and is one of our Doorstep sport clubs.
'The children are very excited and some of them have made a card to give to Meghan.'
Earlier in the day, Markle remarked how her royal beau is a staunch feminist.
During their meet-and-greet with fans, one royal admirers told the former actress how wonderful it is to have a feminist in the royal family.
'Thank you,' Markle replied, before adding: 'He's [Harry] a feminist too.'
During their first joint interview just after they announced their engagement, Prince Harry and Meghan revealed they plan to start a family in the 'near future'.
Just get married already, you two!