On Thursday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at Westminster Abbey, with the mother-of-one dressed in an oversized belted navy textured coat, velvet fascinator, slouch knee high boots and navy gloves.
During the visit, Markle hugged and planted a kiss on the cheek of D-Day veteran William Allen.
However, when she pulled away from their sweet embrace, the royal found that she’d left a foundation mark on the shoulder of 99-year-old’s jacket.
I mean, who hasn’t had this happen to them?
What makes the moment even more adorable is that Allen was rather touched by Markle’s ‘gift’.
‘I’m never washing that,’ the nonagenarian told the Daily Mail‘s royal correspondent before posing for a photo to proudly show off the mark.
The Field of Remembrance is organised by The Poppy Factory an is held in the grounds of the Abbey, there’s approximately 70,000 crosses planted there in memory of service men and women who have lost their lives. The Field opens today for ten days.