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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are coming to the end of their 16-day autumn tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand, and although their royal duties often include shaking hands and making small talk with locals, they probably don’t interact with crying onlookers that often. When Meghan and Harry left a meeting at Maranui Cafe on October 29th, 2018, in Wellington, New Zealand, Meghan met a little boy who was crying.

Meghan tried to comfort the sad little boy in the floppy hat who seemed reluctant to hand Meghan the gift we’re guessing he made for her.

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Look at her doing whatever it takes to cheer him up.

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She even enlisted Prince Harry, who is fantastic with kids, but he couldn’t seem to help out the little guy either.

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We hope they eventually got the sweet kid to cheer up, but bless the royal couple for doing everything they could to make it better.

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Meghan and Harry didn’t go to Maranui Cafe to cheer up a sad young lad, however: they originally spent the morning with several young representatives from New Zealand’s various mental health projects.

Afterwards, the royal couple took a walk through Abel Tasman National Park where Harry revealed his cute nickname for Meghan’s growing baby bump.

“Our little bump.” So cute. We thank the royal couple for bringing some much-needed levity and light to this world.