Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, took a minute to connect with a little girl who shared her distinctive hair color whom he met during a walk with Meghan Markle in the British town of Birkenhead this week.
On filming, a child identified by reporters as Eliza Morris, 4, was holding a sign that read "Gingers Unite." Naturally, it caught the attention of the prince, and it took him a few moments to talk to Morris and the fans around. "I love it!" He commented on the sign of solidarity. "Do you love your hair? The sign is incredible! "He added. The royal duo was in Birkenhead to see a public sculpture and visit various charity projects, and they spent about 45 minutes on their walk, visiting the fans.
One or two percent of the world's population can be called natural redhead, estimates suggest, with a higher proportion of gingivitis emerging in northern Europe. Prince Harry has been one of the most visible redheads in the United Kingdom for years, thanks to his royal status.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are busy this winter as they prepare to move to a new home in Windsor, their various charitable commitments and Markle's pregnancy; She seems to have revealed that they are expecting their future child in April or May. Only time will tell if your real baby will have the rare redheaded gene.