"I was asked by a police minder not to take a photo of the children, which I didn't, but George started stroking my dog", the passerby narrated. One percent of the respondents said that they don't know if the royal couple should be allowed to return. "I don't know why he calls himself Archie but kids often play with their names and I think it's lovely".
The Sussex' comments come as they are practising what they preach and self-isolating in Canada with their son Archie.
This is the first step Harry and Meghan have taken in moving towards their new life independent of the royal family, but have naturally shifted their focus for the time being with the world tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
Following the news the couple will withdraw from their roles as senior royals at the end of the month to begin a new life split between the United Kingdom and Canada, producer Al Jean told United Kingdom magazine Radio Times he's keen to tap the pair for a cameo role on the show.
However, Little believed that the couple's selection of "Harrison" might originally mean "the son of Harry".
Harry and Meghan crossed paths with William and Kate in Westminster Abbey as they barely acknowledged each other at their seats. "They have wanted to do something a little bit different, and they have done".
The royal insider said: "Harry misses his brother and Kate, but there's too much mud under the bridge at this point for any meaningful communication". Hey, at least she kept that.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are "in a better space" with the royal family, a source has revealed.
Despite all these nicknames he has, he is not the only member of the royal family who has multiple weird tags.
Shortly after their post, Prince William and Queen Elizabeth released their own personal messages of compassion and encouragement amid the rising concerns of the coronavirus.