While some people can avoid social interactions and crowded places, the royals couldn't.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said goodbye to their life as senior members of the royal family on Monday, March 9, at the Commonwealth Day service. They were going to be surrounded by people and had to commit to the royal duties of greeting people and interacting with them at the event.
Prince Harry and Craig David gave a handshake a new twist.
Health officials have been warning people to not shake hands with people, and the royal and the singer listened. They took the necessary steps to make sure they didn't come in skin-to-skin contact with other people and instead bumped their wrists, covered by their sleeves, to say hello to each other.
Meghan, on the other hand, didn't let the fear stop her.
Meghan, who has appeared to be super approachable and friendly when it comes to kids, didn't hesitate before heading to greet the young fans waiting outside to meet them. She approached a little girl who had been standing in the cold and touched her arm to warm her up. So cute!