Prince Harry’s Reaction To Frankie Dettori Kissing Meghan Markle Was Priceless

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Newlyweds Meghan Markle and Prince Harry rocked up to Royal Ascot yesterday, (June 19), where they cheered on jockey, Frankie Dettori.

On a whopping day of racing, the 47-year-old rode a winning treble of Calyx, Monarchs Glen and Without Parole.

But that wasn’t the last of his success, he then moved on to Meghan Markle. By the way, I am in no way making a joke between horses and the new Duchess of Sussex. Leave it out.

Footage from The Royal Family Channel captured the moment The Duke of Sussex, 33, reacted to Dettori planting a kiss on his wife’s hand:

In the clip, the jockey receives the St James’ Palace Stakes trophy before greeting the happy couple.

After smooching Markle’s hand and sternly shaking Harry’s, Dettori then posed for photographs with the royals.

When he put the trophy back, Harry interjected to wag his finger at cheeky Dettori.

While it remains unknown what Harry was actually saying, I’ve a few hunches myself.

For my money, Harry’s either saying:

Easy, tiger!

What do you think this is, a massage parlour?!

That don’t impress me much!

Take a hike, shorty. 

It’s got to be one of them! Oh well, could have been worse. Dettori could have bumped into the couple’s animatronic counterparts as seen on a taping of Britain’s Got Talent.

Didn’t you see it? It clearly wasn’t the newly wed Royal couple, but it didn’t stop YouTube user sabaoooooy – who uploaded the clip online – from pointing out something was off with Prince Harry and ‘his girl’.

Watch as he supplies narration in his video, stating Meghan’s mouth ‘does not move’. Confused as to what he’s watching, the only ‘logical’ conclusion he comes up with is there being ‘some illuminati sh*t’ going on.

So who were they? There’s a simple explanation:

Turns out they were just two normal members of the audience with new waxworks on their head. I mean, I get it, Prince Harry and Meghan probably have much better things to do than go to the live finale of BGT.

A spokesperson for Madame Tussauds London (where the wax heads came from) later said:

In a world’s first for Madame Tussauds London, we are launching Live Figures, an exciting new step in the famous fun experience we offer our guests.

We have chosen Their Royal Likenesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for this new innovation.

Britain’s Got Talent is the perfect moment to show the public a first glimpse of our Live Figures before they make their official arrival in the attraction later this month.

The two were pronounced husband and wife at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle in front of family and friends, including The Queen, Prince Phillip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, as well as former co-stars of the show Suits.

The ceremony was officiated by the Dean of Windsor, David Conner, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who performed the newlywed’s vows.

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