Despite leading their lives in front of a camera lens, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have admitted they too can feel camera shy from time to time.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were attending the WellChild Awards last night to celebrate the inspiring qualities of some of the UK's seriously ill young people and the outstanding work of health, social care and education professionals.
During the evening, the royal couple met a little boy named Mckenzie Brackley, who was being awarded with the Inspirational Child (4-6 years) Award for his brave fight against Acute Flaccid Paralysis. And when the four-year-old told Harry and Meghan that he didn't like the cameras, the pair were in full agreement.
Mckenzie's mother Amy told reporters at the event (via Hello!): 'They were so lovely. They knew he (Mckenzie) was scared of the cameras and they said they didn't like the cameras either so they turned around.
'They said he was amazing and to keep going the way he is going and told him to look after me. He's never going to forget this, even though he's only four.'
The Duchess of Sussex looked chic at the event in Altuzarra suit trousers with a 'Coco camisole shantung' black blouse from Swedish brand Deitas, black stiletto heels and matching clutch bag.
She is rumoured to have accessorised her look with a pair of diamond and pearl earrings, gifted to her by Queen Elizabeth II.
The Duke and Duchess met with young award winners and their families, along with the nominated healthcare professionals, at a pre-ceremony reception.
This story first appeared on ELLEUK.com.