With apparent disregard for the wise and iconic words of the opening sequence to The Hills, Meghan Markle, it seems, does not want Prince Harry to have to "feel the rain on [his] skin," so, during a recent royal engagement in Australia, she offered up her umbrella to keep her husband dry.
While attending a picnic at Victoria Park in Dubbo, Australia, on Wednesday, heavy rains began to fall before Harry was set to give a speech. In order to keep her duke from getting soaked while fulfilling his duties, the Duchess of Sussex stood by his side and held an umbrella above his head while he spoke. According to People, the Mayor of Dubbo offered to let Harry borrow his umbrella when the rain started, to which the prince replied, "It's all right, I've got my wife."
And you thought all of those impromptu back rubs were going to be the most aww-worthy behavior these two delivered this year.
The rainy day was considered to be particularly fortuitous, given that Dubbo, a farming region, has reportedly been plagued with an intense drought over the past few years. This has lead to an increased suicide rate among young men, People reports, which Harry—who has been historically open about his own mental health struggles—addressed directly in his speech.
"It must be hard not to lose hope when you endure so many dry months end on end knowing that you are powerless to do anything about it," he said, per People, pointing out the rise in suicides in the region. "You are one huge community and with that comes an unparalleled level of internal support and understanding." He continued, "You need to know a part of being strong and tough is having the courage to ask for help when you need it. You must not silently suffer."
Drawing on his own experience, the prince added, "You are all in this together and, if I may say, personally, we are all in this together. Because asking for help was one of the best decisions that I ever made. You will be continually amazed at how life changes for the better."
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