Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been in full couple mode following their Royal Wedding, making appearance after appearance together all over the U.K. This weekend, they turned up in Lincolnshire to watch Prince Harry's cousin Celia McCorquodale tie the knot—and, of course, they looked as in love as always. Even a moment when Meghan tripped for about a half-second became a sweet gesture, as Prince Harry quickly turned to her to make sure she was okay.
As they were walking into the wedding hand-in-hand, Markle's white heel looked like it got stuck in the lawn—and she stumbled so briefly, you'd miss it if you blinked. Prince Harry seemed to react by gripping her hand a little tighter so she could steady herself. Once Meghan regained her balance, she flashed a smile and continued on her flawless blue paisley wrap dress and white fascinator. The Mirror caught the itty-bitty, totally human snafu—click over to their website to see it below.
You can also see the moment as it's happening in this photo:
Let's be honest, though: Even if Meghan had fully tripped and fallen, we have no doubt it would have been the most graceful fall in princess—or rather, duchess—history. Still, we're glad Prince Harry was there to give her a literal hand.
The two continued making their way to the St. Andrew and St. Mary's Church in the small village of Stoke Rochford, where the wedding was being held. The bride, Celia, is the daughter of Princess Diana's sister Lady Sarah McCorquodale, and she's an absolute dead ringer for the late Princess of Wales. She even paid her own little homage to Harry's mother by wearing the same gorgeous diamond tiara Diana wore at her wedding in 1981. The piece seems to have become an important heirloom and, according to the Mirror, several women in the family have worn it on their wedding, including both of Diana's sisters.
You can see it here:
McCorquodale attended Harry and Megan's royal wedding back in May, so we're sure the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were happy to return the favor—and they're probably glad they get to rest easy now that their big day is over and happily entered into the history books.