Prince Harry and Meghan Markle End Their Royal Tour the Same Way It Started: By Doing *This* Signature Move
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Alas, all good things royal tours must come to an end. (Full disclosure: We're actually not quite sure what we'll do without a daily Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appearance for a while. Le sigh.)

Still, on the last day of their 16-day visit to Australia and New Zealand, Harry and Meghan gave the people (aka us) exactly what they want: more PDA.

Yep, the royal pair wrapped up their epic trip the same way it started—holding hands. It's kind of become their signature move, all the more noticeable since most of the royal clan tends to shy away from a public embrace.

Not Harry and Meghan, though. The two happily held hands as they visited Redwoods Tree Walk and crossed a suspension bridge nestled between 117-year-old Redwood trees in New Zealand, their 76th—and final—event on the tour. (You'll note, they kicked off their trip in Sydney on the eve of their baby announcement also holding hands.)

We've said it before, and we'll say it again: #RelationshipGoals.

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