"Royals, they're just like us!" is not a phrase we commoners are often heard shouting from the rooftops. Though it's nice to be reminded that the Royal Family are, in fact, human beings like the rest of us.
Just like us, they exchange personal jokes, laugh at inappropriate times and, dare we say it, have opinions about music. Monday's Commonwealth Day church service at Westminster Abbey was an instance in which all three of those things happened. We know, we know: hold on to your hats, dear friends, this is quite the tale!
Prince Harry and his fiancé Meghan Markle were in attendance at the church service, along with Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles and the OG, Queen Elizabeth II.
For some reason, former One Direction star Liam Payne was there to sing a rendition of John Mayer's 'Waiting On The World To Change'. As Liam wrapped up his song, Harry and Meghan were caught on camera having a non-verbal exchange that appeared disapproving of the performance.
While Harry raised his eyebrows and tilted his head, Meghan burst out laughing. To sum up: we think they hated the song and it's kind of giving us joy on this dreary, uneventful day.
The service was actually the former Suits star's first royal engagement with the Queen, and we think she acted exactly like most other misbehaving grandchildren in church. Needless to say, we love her even more.
See more photos from the day here.
This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia