Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently on their first overseas tour as a married couple.
The 16-day tour includes stops in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
Today, prospective parents have arrived in Wellington, New Zealand, for their latest series of commitments. They met with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and attended the celebration of the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand.
But before that, they welcomed crowds of fans adoring at the National War Memorial, eagerly awaiting the arrival of the royal couple.
Two girls, installed since 8 am, had the chance to get a fantastic photo with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, even if it goes against the royal protocol.
But one of the milder moments of the trip occurred after the moment Meghan approached a teenage girl.
The young woman was clearly an unconditional fan of the Duchess and she burst into tears when she met the 37-year-old woman.
Not one to see someone angry, Meghan immediately began to comfort her.
On photos shared on Twitter, the future mother shakes the hand of the blower while sobbing and seems to rub her wrist to calm her.
It is said that Meghan then spent a lot of time talking to her as a result of this.
This is not the first time the royal family has faced a member of the crying public who is participating in the tour.
When 19-year-old India Brown arrived in Melbourne for the first time, she burst into tears when she convinced Harry, 34, to hug her.
The tour continues over the next few days, when the Duke and Duchess will also visit Auckland and Rotorua.
The couple left Sydney Sunday morning after closing the Invictus Games in the city on Saturday night.