Meghan Markle showed off her playful side by sticking out her tongue in front of adoring crowds as she joined the Royal Family at Sandringham today.
Judith Wallis, 70, from Chesterfield spoke to Harry and Meghan spent a few minutes talking with her after the service.
She said Harry recognised her teddy bear called Maureen, which is a mascot for Armed Forces charity SSAFA, and her hat which bore the Gurkha regiment emblem.
Judith said: “Meghan was lovely, She came right up to us and said ‘Hi, I’m Meghan. She is so beautiful and very sweet. Unfortunately Harry said he normally would have a photo with Maureen but that he couldn’t today which was a little disappointing.”