Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have set hearts aflutter on their visit to Australia with a new style of hand-holding that's being branded "super PDA".
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were being shown an Aboriginal art mural in Melbourne when Harry decided to take his hand-holding game to the next level.
Reaching behind his back, he grabbed Meghan's hand with his free hand, creating a double-hand hold that prompted a chorus of "awww's" from onlookers.
"A new hand-holding style is born. I call it super PDA - I know you're here, I love you," one fan account wrote on Instagram.
"Prince Harry is a role model for every husband. This man bleeds romance," a Twitter user observed.
"They are so killing me on this tour."
The double hand-hold is one of many affectionate moments the royal couple has shared since they started their 16 day tour of the South Pacific in Australia earlier this week.
Following their arrival in Sydney, Kensington palace announced that the pair would be expecting a child together, due in Spring 2019.
Harry and Meghan's first royal tour will see them touch down in New Zealand on October 28.